CORONAVIRUS ALERT/ COVID-19 ALERT
As recommended by the CDC, and as efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus, if you have symptoms such as: fever, coughing sneezing or shortness of breath please reschedule your appointment with our office and follow the CDC’s recommendations for COVID Testing.
In addition, patients who consider themselves high risk or are considered high risk we are happy to reschedule you for an appointment in the future. Please call our office at 505-243-7546 to reschedule.
ALERTA CORONAVIRUS / ALERTA COVID-19
Según lo recomendado por los CDC, y como un esfuerzo para contener la propagación del coronavirus, si tiene síntomas como: fiebre, tos, estornudos o falta de aliento, reprograme su cita con nuestra oficina y siga las recomendaciones de los CDC para las pruebas COVID.
Además, los pacientes que se consideran de alto riesgo o se consideran de alto riesgo, nos complace reprogramarle una cita en el futuro. Llame a nuestra oficina al 505-243-7546 para reprogramarla.
Leaders in General Dermatology and
Mohs Surgery in New Mexico
Over 23 years of experience
All of our Mohs Surgeons are Board Certified and Fellowship Trained
To provide diagnosis and treatment for dermatology patients with a focus on skin cancer treatment and other serious dermatologic diseases. This care will be delivered with the highest standards of compassion and ethics. Our team is made up of a dedicated group of medical professionals committed to physicians to patient relationship and exceptional health care delivery that is trust and respect based. Build and maintain the highest quality service that rapidly responds to identify skin cancer and other serious skin disease while serving our community. Become the preeminent dermatology-oncology practice in New Mexico.
Message From Your Doctor
Catch Skin Cancer Early
Examine your own skin monthly. Pay special attention to moles, freckles, or other skin lesions. If you notice them changing, you should be examined by a Dermatologist sooner rather than later, regardless of symptoms.
Decrease your risk for getting Skin Cancer
Despite risks, many believe that suntans look healthy and attractive. As children and adults we are exposed to dangerous Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun.
More than 90% of all skin cancers are the result of exposure to ultraviolet radiation. UVA rays may have a significant effect on the development of melanoma, the most dangerous type of skin cancer. UV exposure can damage your immune system and your skin, causing a wrinkled, leathery appearance or premature aging.
Wear a high SPF sunscreen
Frequent applications are suggested. Most Dermatologists believe that SPF 15 is not enough, 45 SPF or higher broad spectrum is better.
“Dr. Davis is kind, patient, willing to go the extra mile, & extremely skilled at diagnosing & performing surgery & closing the wound for optimal healing. I would trust him with anything.”
— NanaB in Los Alamos, NM Apr 06, 2018