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Does anyone know how to find a mohs dermatology office?

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Dr. Ally-Khan Somani answered

Specializes in Dermatology

Be certain to choose someone who has completed a 1-2 year fellowship that is recognized by the american college of mohs micrographic surgery. You can visit their website to help you find someone close to you. The website is www.Mohscollege.Org.

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Dr. M. Christine Lee answered

Specializes in Dermatology

It is important that you verify that your mohs surgeon is recognized as a fellowship-trained surgeon. Only members of the american college of mohs surgery (acms) are fellowship trained to perform mohs surgery. All members and fellows of the acms are listed on their website directory. The link to the acms website: http://www.Mohscollege.Org/.

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Dr. Fawn Winkelman answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

There are many ways to find a moh's surgeon. You can ask your dermatologist for a recommendation or you can look on the american academy of dermatology (aad) website or the american college of moh's (acms) surgery website.

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