Skin cancer cases in Washington are on the rise. Non-melanoma skin cancers (NMSC) like basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma are increasingly common, and the standard course of care is Mohs surgery.
Sensus Healthcare offers a non-invasive treatment for NMSC called Superficial Radiation Therapy (SRT). SRT provides a small dose of localized radiation over a number of sessions. It has a 98% success rate for NMSC. Patients experience no down-time, no pain, no wound care, and no surgery with SRT. While Mohs surgery can be a great option for many patients, SRT is a wonderful option for people who have coexisting conditions that make them bad surgical candidates. Or, simply for those who do not want to go through surgery.
The SRT-100™ can be used to treat lesions on the arms, legs, back and trunk. It works especially well on skin cancers located on the head and neck where nearly 80 percent of all skin cancer occurs—especially along the fold of the nose, eyelids, lips, corner of the mouth and the lining of the ear.
Keloid scarring can be difficult to remove. It often recurs, even after surgical removal. Sensus Healthcare’s SRT has a 94% cure rate when used post-surgically. Finally, you can get rid of keloid scars for good!
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