Welcome to Our Skin Cancer Center
Welcome to Advanced Dermatology & Skin Cancer Center, PLLC and Revive Medical Spas, LLC. The ultimate destination for skin health and skin rejuvenation. From General, Cosmetic, and Surgical Dermatology to the Gold Standard in Skin Cancer Treatment and Full-Service Medical Spas, we are honored to be your go-to-skincare- experts.
We have Dermatology offices in Fayetteville, Bentonville, and Harrison, AR and our main Skin Cancer Center in Fayetteville, offering flexible scheduling throughout the week. Both our Fayetteville and Harrison offices also host our sister company, Revive Medical Spas, LLC.
Our Fayetteville location is the only one of it’s kind in this state with a comprehensive dermatology clinic, full-service medical spa, and s skin cancer center complete with a pathology laboratory, Mohs surgery laboratory, and a full-accredited Ambulatory Surgery Center, all under one roof. This unique setting allows patients to have Mohs surgery procedures (skin cancer surgery) and complex reconstructive post-skin cancer surgery at the same facility. Under one roof is easier for you! Meaning everything can be accomplished under one roof, many times in one visit.
A suspicion or diagnosis of skin cancer can be stressful and scary. Know that you have come to the right place and the right team for treatment. We welcome you and your family to our offices and are honored to be your resource for healthy skin.
Mohs – The Gold Standard for the Treatment of Skin Cancer
Mohs surgery is considered the most effective technique for treating many skin cancers, including basal cell carcinomas (BCCs) and squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs), the two most common types of skin cancer. Sometimes called Mohs micrographic surgery, the procedure is done in stages, including lab work, while the patient waits.
At Advanced Dermatology & Skin Cancer Centers, PLLC, we are fortunate to have Dr. Henry, the most experienced and highly trained Mohs surgeon in Northwest Arkansas, as the director of our clinics. Having performed over 16,000 Mohs surgeries to date, Dr. Henry is one of only two Fellowship-trained Mohs Surgeon in the area. Fellowship-trained is the highest level of training surgeons who specialize in this procedure can attain. There are only 1,500 worldwide.
Mohs surgery is performed by doctors who are specially trained to fulfill three roles:
- The surgeon who removes the cancerous tissue
- The pathologist who analyzes the lab specimens
- The surgeon who closes or reconstructs the wound
Advantages of Mohs Surgery
- Efficient, cost-effective treatment
- Single-visit outpatient surgery
- Local anesthesia
- Lab work done on-site
- Precise results
- Physician examines 100% of tumor margins
- Spares healthy tissue
- Leaves the smallest scar possible
The Highest Cure Rate
Up to 99% for a skin cancer that has not been treated before
Up to 94% for a skin cancer that has recurred after previous treatment
Lance Henry, M.D.
Fellowship-trained Mohs Surgeon & Board-certified Dermatologist
Dr. Henry established Advanced Dermatology & Skin Cancer Center, PLLC and Revive Medical Spa, LLC as a comprehensive dermatology, skin cancer treatment center, and medical spa, offering the best skincare and skin rejuvenation in Northwest and Central Arkansas. Dr. Henry’s compassion and talent are complemented by his elite training as a Fellowship-trained Mohs surgeon, of which there are only 1,500 world-wide.
This content shows before and after Mohs Surgery and may be sensitive for some. Thank you.
SKIN CANCER PREVENTION
BE SUN SMART!
Skin cancer prevention should be practiced every day! UV radiation from the sun isn’t just dangerous, it’s also sneaky. Not only can it cause premature aging and skin cancer, it also reaches you when you’re trying to avoid it – penetrating clouds and glass (like car windows and the windows in your home) and bouncing off of snow, water, and sand. What’s more, sun damage accumulates over the years from prolonged outdoor exposure to simple activities like walking the dog, going from your car to the store and bringing in the mail. Skin cancer prevention needs to be something you do daily and incorporated into your everyday routines.