Skin Cancer

Non-melanoma skin cancer is far more common and much less dangerous than melanoma. Non-melanoma skin cancers include basal cell or squamous cell carcinoma: bleeding, non-healing bumps of sun-exposed skin; after biopsy evaluation, can be treated and cured. Melanoma is a dark, black, irregular shaped six millimeter or larger mole, growing noticeably and/or bleeding.

A yearly skin check is recommended, especially for fair-skinned, light-eyed individuals, people with a personal or family history of skin cancer or numerous sunburns.

Visit our Beijing clinic for a free consultation with a dermatologist and learn more about the removal of unsightly non-melanoma skin cancers.