Free Skin Cancer Screening
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States.
Checking your skin regularly may help you spot skin cancer early.
Mole or skin cancer?
Almost all of us have moles. The more moles a person has, the higher the risk for melanoma. It can be difficult to know whether something on your skin is a harmless mole, normal sun damage, or a sign of cancer. When in doubt, see a professional.
What to watch for:
- Harmless colored spots that range from 1mm to 10mm.
- Uniform in shape and even colored. May be raised.
- The more moles or freckles you have the higher your risk of skin cancer.
- May have uneven borders and multiple colors like brown and black.
- Observe moles carefully for any sign of change.
- Seek shade (especially during high-risk hours of 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.)
- Cover Up (wear long sleeves, pants, hat and sunscreen
- Avoid tanning beds
- Wear sunscreen (use SPF30 or higher)
Appointments are required. Call (402) 727-3439 or click the link below to reserve your spot today.
Screenings are not intended as a substitute for regular medical exams