No. Not at all ...It probably means you need to more careful when you're in the sun to prevent risk for developing skin cancer.
Not necessarily. Sun damage can take the form of dyschromias (pigment changes), wrinkles, actinic keratosis, etc. One could lump skin cancer in with sun damage, but probably not. To a trained eye, it is easy to tell who has spent too much time in the sun without enough protection. Some "sun damage" could be precancerous, so make sure to have appropriate follow up if your doctor recommends it.
May need treatment for small skin cancer on my face, where to start? I am in NYC, will pay personally. No current physician. A small white pimple like
See dermatologist. Schedule an appointment with Primary care physician or dermatologist so you can get appropriate care. Hope this helps! Read more...