As a form of treatment for basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, Mohs surgery has lead the forefront of surgery options for decades. You may prefer Mohs surgery rather than other forms of surgery because of its precision due to its microscopic nature. However, there are no procedures without their drawbacks. You can’t put a time stamp on the surgery’s duration, some patients may not be able to tolerate the length of the procedure, healthy tissue may be compromised during surgery, the healing process may be uncomfortable and lengthy, and there is a chance for scarring or infection. What if we told you that there was a new alternative to Mohs surgery? It has been nearly ninety years since the introduction of Mohs surgery and its time for a change in the way you operate. Change comes in the form of the SRT-100™, a state-of-the-art device that possesses a ninety-five percent cure rate, among many other benefits such as:
These benefits may seem improbable, but a closer look at the acronym in its name will provide you with the answer. SRT stands for Superficial Radiation Therapy. By utilizing a precise dose of Superficial Radiation Therapy, this alternative to Mohs surgery is able to accomplish what no other skin cancer treatment method has been able to do ever before – cure cancer without ever invading the skin of a patient. Subsequently, your patients will be able to return to their lives as if the surgery never happened. Technology is changing the landscape of the medical industry at an exponential rate, so be ahead of the curve and implement this alternative to Mohs surgery today! Contact us if you want to make a profound difference in the lives of your patients and your practice.