Message from Dr. Beeson

Welcome to our cosmetic surgery website! Through cosmetic surgery, people are changing their lives every day. They are growing. They are having special procedures done in ways never before dreamed possible and getting back some of their vigor, enthusiasm, hope, and future. It is the face and body that receive correction – but it is the heart and soul that receives new life.

Our purpose here at the Center is to bring together the art and science of medicine, giving you the highest quality care.

If you have any additional questions, please contact us. Thank you.

William H. Beeson, M.D.

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Health Tip of The Week

The ABC Warning Signs of Melanoma

May is National Skin Cancer month and since melanoma is the most serious of skin cancer, here are the five warning signs of melanoma 

A for Asymmetry 

Shape is not asymmetrical. If you draw a line through the middle and both sides match, it means that it’s symmetrical. If you draw a line through a mole and the sides do not match, then it is asymmetrical and a warning sign for melanoma.

B for Borders

Benign mole has smooth, even borders. The borders of an early melanoma tend to be uneven, and the edges may be scalloped or un-notched.

C for Color 

Most benign moles are all one color and often a single shade of brown. Having a variety of colors is a warning sign. Different shades of brown-tan or black are suspicious for melanoma. 

D for Diameter

Benign mole judicial evidence smaller diameter. Melanoma usually is larger than the razor tip of the pencil. 

E for Evolving 

Generally, moles stay the same. If there are changes and it is “evolving”, it could be a sign of melanoma. 

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