Hours M-F, 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
For appointments 804.549.4040
Reynolds Crossing Office (formerly Patterson Office)
6946 Forest Avenue Suite 200
Richmond, Virginia 23230
Colonial Heights Office
280 Charles H. Dimmock Parkway, Suite 4
Colonial Heights, VA 23834
The Winchester Building 10800 Midlothian Turnpike, Suite 309
Richmond, VA 23235
Mohs Surgery Center
The Winchester Building 10800 Midlothian Turnpike, Suite 310
Richmond, VA 23235
Nuckols Road Office
201 Concourse Boulevard, Suite 110
Glen Allen, VA 23059
7016 Lee Park Road Suite 100
Mechanicsville, Virginia 23111
Our physicians will work with you to determine which medical or surgical approach is best for you. Most surgical procedures can be performed in our outpatient office setting.
Cryosurgery is a procedure used to treat warts, precancerous lesions, and certain types of skin cancers. The extreme cold, produced by liquid nitrogen, results in the destruction of the affected tissue. Cryosurgery has its advantages over other methods of skin cancer treatment; it is not as invasive as surgery and other complications that would usually be found in surgery are minimized. Cryosurgery is less expensive than most other treatments and generally results in a shorter recovery time and hospital stay.
Electrosurgery is a form of surgery used for the removal of benign and invasive skin lesions. Heat produced by the electrosurgical system produces a controlled superficial tissue burn. Electrosurgery is useful when dealing with the removal of exterior lesions, like warts, without the need for suturing. It is also useful when dealing with the removal of vascular lesions because of the minimal blood loss.
Excisional surgery results in the complete removal of benign and malignant lesions when indicated. This procedure also allows for microscopic analysis of the affected tissue. Excisional surgery can typically be completed in just one session, with the results being both cosmetically and medically effective. We have a certified dermatopathologist on staff to provide expert pathologic diagnoses.