Why Choose Cary Skin Center?
We are experts in treating skin cancer. Our physicians and team of healthcare providers focus exclusively on performing Mohs micrographic and reconstructive surgery.
Experience – over 52 years performing Mohs surgery
With over 52 years combined experience as Mohs surgeons, Drs. Clark and Flynn are one of the Triangle’s most experienced Mohs micrographic and reconstructive surgical teams. Both physicians are board certified dermatologists, Fellows of the American Academy of Dermatology and Fellows of the American College of Mohs Surgeons.
Safe and cost-effective treatment – high cure rate, no extra fees
Mohs micrographic surgery offers the highest cure rate (up to 99%) for selected skin cancers. It is performed in an outpatient surgical suite utilizing safe local anesthesia.
We do not charge Facility Fees or Technical Fees. Cary Skin Center is not affiliated with any hospital or ambulatory surgical center (ASC). The majority of our repairs following Mohs surgery are completed in our outpatient surgical suites, thus eliminating additional surgery charges, ASC fees and Facility Fees.
Facility Fees are the result of changes in the Medicare rules to provider-based billing. This change allows hospitals (and any hospital-owned physician practices and surgical centers) that meet certain federal requirements to bill separately for the facility as well as for the physician services.
NOTE: Most insurance plans do not cover Facility Fees, thus the patient is responsible for payment resulting in higher out-of-pocket costs to the patient.
To learn more about Facility Fees, click here
Training – ACMS fellowship trained surgeons
Drs. Clark and Flynn are Fellows of the American College of Mohs Surgeons (ACMS). They successfully completed a rigorous program, including a 1-2 year intensive post-residency training and participating in at least 500 Mohs cases including advanced reconstruction and complex surgical cases.
There is a significant and notable difference in Mohs fellowship training programs available, click here to learn more
New Pinehurst Office is Now Open
Please call our office to schedule an appointment. Patients are seen on an appointment basis only. Based on your need, we will make every effort to schedule an appointment as soon as necessary based on the nature of the problem.
The following information is necessary to schedule an appointment:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday and Friday 7:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Photo of Biopsy Site (if available)
You can help us identify the location of the skin cancer by providing a photograph for reference. Please take the photograph as close to the date of the biopsy as possible to ensure visibility. When taking the photo, please be sure to draw a circle around the lesion so we can easily identify the area.
To submit photos via email, send via this link firstname.lastname@example.org only. Please include patient’s date of birth and initials. Submit a minimum of 48 hours prior to appointment.
Patients may also bring a print of the photograph, a digital camera or a cell phone with the image on it the day of surgery.
We are also happy to assist you in obtaining a photograph, please call us at (919)363-7546.
Patient Demographic Information
You may use our Referral Form or you may use your own form.
Fax a copy of the pathology report to (919) 363-3616.
Body Map (if available)
You can help us identify the location of the skin cancer by indicating the location on a body map and faxing to (919)363-3616.
Mohs AUC App
There are many considerations when determining whether to use Mohs surgery for the treatment of skin cancer, such as the cancer type, location, and whether it is new or recurring, as well as the health profile of the patient.
With the AAD’s Mohs Surgery Appropriate Use Criteria (AUC) App, you can easily and systematically determine when Mohs surgery is most appropriate for your patients from your mobile device, right at the point of care.