Due to safety concerns with COVID-19, we chose to close our doors to any non-essential treatments on Thursday, March 19th. The state of Utah has since mandated essential services only should be offered until at least April 25th. As of now, we are rescheduling cosmetic appointments for after May 1st, which is subject to change. […]
Due to his experience and training that has focused on facial aesthetics, Dr. Thompson is a Utah plastic surgeon who is trusted by his patients and his peers. Area dermatologists work side-by-side with our practice on cases in which skin cancer removal requires reconstruction. While we do not perform the surgical excision of skin cancers,
Receiving a diagnosis of skin cancer is frightening. This is about you and your life, so of course you want the most advanced treatment available, with the highest cure rate, while minimizing the loss of your normal tissues. Mohs micrographic surgery is the cutting-edge in skin cancer treatments. Following your Mohs surgery, Dr. Thompson specializes
By now we’ve all viewed the shocking skin-cancer selfie posted by Tawny Willoughby that went viral this past week. Her story is all too common, previously tanning in an indoor bed four to five times per week. “I had my own personal tanning bed in my home and so did a lot of my friends
Even Superheroes can’t escape the harmful effects of sun exposure. Hugh Jackman posted this handsome, yet somber, selfie to Instragram yesterday following a procedure on his nose. Nope, not a nose-job… skin cancer removal. Hugh Jackman’s wife urged him to get a suspicious “mark” on his nose checked which came back as basal cell carcinoma.
Mohs surgery is a more contemporary approach to treating skin cancer, wherein skin cancer cells are removed layer after layer and examined progressively until no cancer cells are detected. Dr. Scott Thompson makes it a point to have the least amount of damage to surrounding healthy skin tissues during a Salt Lake City Mohs surgery.