10,000 Cases Treated
Leaders in skin cancer treatment
Know The Signs
The ABCs of skin cancer
Minimally-Invasive Treatment
Mohs Micrographic Surgery
Board-Certified Skin Cancer Surgeons

Skin Cancer
Specialists of Texas

Texas Skin Cancer Center is one of the leading skin cancer clinics in Texas. From diagnosing skin cancer to Mohs Micrographic skin cancer surgery, our team of board-certified dermatologists provide the best quality of care available. Learn about the signs of skin cancer, preventative tips and treatment options from our expert team. The highly-trained physicians and staff welcome you to our state-of-the-art facilities with a warm environment.

Our Practice
ONE-ON-ONE CARE

Expert team

Our team of expert providers lead by board-certified dermatologist Dr. Joseph Sedrak aim to use the most minimally-invasive approach to treating skin cancer as effectively as possible.

Our Team
Conveniently Located

Serving Houston

With four office locations, we’re hopefully conveniently located near you. We’re proud to have treated over 10,000 skin cancer cases for Texans in and around Houston.

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QUESTIONS AND MORE

Mohs micrographic surgery is a highly specialized technique used to completely remove skin cancers with the highest cure rates. Through direct microscopic examination and specialized marking techniques, Mohs surgery removes only cancerous areas, and preserves as much healthy skin as possible. This minimizes scarring and is especially useful when treating skin cancers on the face, neck, ears, and hands.Learn more about Mohs surgery.

Yes. Skin cancer can absolutely spread. Melanoma skin cancer can grow and spread very quickly. It can become life-threatening in as little as six weeks and if untreated, it can spread to other parts of the body. Early detection is very important. It can appear on skin not normally exposed to the sun. Read more frequently asked questions.

Yes. Most all insurance plans cover care for the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancer. The team at Texas Skin Cancer Center will work with you and your insurance provider to ensure you are in fact covered.

There are three main types of skin cancer. Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous cell carcinoma, Malignant Melanoma. Basal Cell Carcinoma is benign and slow growing. Squamous cell caricoma is malignant but slower growing than Melanoma. Malignant Melanoma is the both malignant and fast growing. Learn more about the types of skin cancer.

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