Melanoma Monday is sponsored by the American Academy of Dermatology. Melanoma Monday gives new dermatology patients the chance to learn more about the dangers and risks of sun exposure that may lead to melanoma. Skin cancer caused by UV exposure is preventable with the wearing protective clothing and using broad-spectrum water-resistant sunscreen. Limiting time in the sun can also be a great form of melanoma prevention.

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May Skin Cancer Awareness Month

The month of May is National Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Suncoast Skin Solutions, Florida’s “Most Trusted” Dermatology, is offering free skin cancer screenings as part of our Melanoma Monday program for 2020. Our dermatologists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and support staff care deeply about identifying skin cancer early and providing early intervention treatments as needed. Melanoma is the most dangerous and deadliest form of skin cancer. Our team is very through and performs a full body skin examination to look for any unusual moles or growths. If you have noticed changes in moles or the size, texture, shape or color of your moles, please report to the physician during the exam. Also, any family history of skin cancer is helpful information.

Free Skin Cancer Screening Florida

This year the free skin cancer screening falls on May 4, 2020. All you need to do is call us at 844-786-3376 to schedule your appointment with our Florida dermatologist locator team. Book your appointment early as space is limited. At Suncoast Skin Solutions, we provide full dermatologic care with an emphasis on the prevention and cure of skin cancer.  Suncoast Skin Solutions has several fellowship-trained Mohs surgeons on our team serving various Florida locations.