Who are the best doctors for removing basal cell carcinoma cancer in silicon valley, ca.?

Many +++ choices. There are many outstanding physicians and surgeons in the silicon valley but the choice of surgeon and specialty will vary according to location, size, histology and history of the specific tumor.
There are many... Plastic surgeons, facial plastic surgeons, dermatologists and some general practitioners can do this. It really depends on the size, variety, and location of the cancer to make an educated decision. I would begin with a visit to your doctor or to a dermatologist. Good luck!

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Can you please explain why basal cell carcinoma is the least invasive of all cancers?

No metastasis. Basal cell carcinoma does not spread systemically. It only spreads locally and damages adjacent tissues. Therefor is much less invasive than other type of cancers and if removed early when small, it can completely removed without any change in life expectancy. Read more...
Basal cell carcinoma. Melanoma has a propensity to burrow deeper into the skin layers than the other two common types of skin cancer. Basal cell carcinoma usually involves the most superficial layers of the skin. Recurrent or very late stage bcc can 'burrow' through the skin and involve deeper structures. Read more...

Could basal cell carcinoma at an early age (28 y/o f) be a indicator of worse cancer to come? I use all the precautions and don't tan.

Possibly yes. Unfortunately some basal cell cancers may not be directly related to sun exposure and I have seen this in certain individuals as young as 5 years old with a genetic disease that predisposes them to recurrent bcc. Having one bcc in isolation doses still place you at a higher risk for a second bcc. I would advise close follow up with a dermatologist for routine surveillance examinations. Read more...
Basal cell cancer. Not necessarily but make sure you use sunscreen. Take care of your basal cell ca. Read more...

Is infiltrative basal cell carcinoma an aggressive cancer?

Can Be. Usually basal cell carcinoma tend to be less aggressive than some other types of skin cancers. Here is a good resource for more on the topic http://www.Cancer.Net/cancer-types/skin-cancer-non-melanoma. Read more...

Why is basal cell carcinoma considered the least invasive of all cancers?

Neglected, basal. Cell tumors can be quite invasive, and can eat away at entire portions of the face and skull. They are called "rodent ulcers" when this happens. So, while they are invasive, they do not seem to have the ability to metastasize, i.e., travel to other organs, set up colonies and destroy organ function. Read more...