Dallas Center for Dermatology and Aesthetics
8201 Preston Road #350
Dallas, TX 75225
Phone: (214) 631-7546
Fax: (214) 631-8546
Monday–Friday: 8:30 a.m.–4p.m.

Very knowledgeable, professional and competent staff. Dr. Stetler is very informed about the latest developments – particularly in skin cancer and cosmetic procedures!Read more patient reviews

Prevention is the best defense against skin cancer in Dallas, but early detection is next. Our board-certified dermatologists have the training and background necessary to identify different types of skin cancers so that you have the greatest chance for successful treatment.

You can preserve your healthy skin by scheduling regular screenings with Dr. Stetler, Dr. Polder or Jennifer, our certified physician assistant. Request a consultation online or call us at (214) 631-7546 to arrange your appointment.

OUR TEAM LEADERS

Our board-certified dermatologists, Dr. Lori Stetler and Dr. Kristel Polder, lead a team of experienced and highly trained aesthetic specialists who provide exceptional patient care.

Meet Dr. Lori Stetler Meet Dr. Kristel Polder

How We Can Help

Dr. Stetler, Dr. Polder or Jennifer, our P.A. will ask you several questions related to your medical history in order to determine your risk for developing skin cancer. If a suspicious mole or lesion is present, it will be closely examined in order to determine whether or not it is cancerous or pre-cancerous. A skin biopsy evaluated by a pathologist may be performed.

Proper diagnosis is essential for choosing the most effective approach to treatment. Our dermatologists are highly trained in identifying the different types of skin cancer and developing the best approach to treatment.

Choosing Your Treatment

After the skin cancer cells have been examined and a diagnosis is reached, your doctor may recommend one of the following treatments:

  • Surgical Excision: Tumor or mole removal in Dallas through surgical excision can be effective for most forms of skin cancer. Usually only a local anesthetic is needed and the tissue is removed using a scalpel.
  • ED&C Procedure:This technique uses a special instrument to scrape off the surface of the cancer and then heat the base of the tumor using an electric needle destroying the cancerous tissue. ED&C treatment is often used for small, superficial forms of skin cancer and skin cancer on the torso, legs, or arms.

Dr. Stetler and Dr. Polder are committed to preventing and treating skin cancer while maintaining the most aesthetically pleasing result possible. We encourage you to browse our photo gallery to see how they have achieved healthy skin for our patients.

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