While your primary care physician can handle many common and simple skin problems, you may need to see a dermatologist if you have one that covers a significant part of your body, if it may lead to extensive scarring or permanent skin damage, or if you think it signifies a potentially serious underlying medical condition.
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According to the American Dermatology Association, skin cancer is the most common cancer, affecting almost one in five Americans. Many skin features that seem harmless may be a sign of skin cancer. It helps to see a skin cancer specialist regularly for early detection and prevention of this disease or treatment, if necessary. Visiting a