As specialists in Specializing in both Medical and Cosmetic Dermatology, Sperling Dermatology is North Jersey’s premiere destination for skin resolution.
With over 1000 Five Star reviews and counting, Dr. Sperling and her staff take the time to individually consult, diagnose and treat all patients to their specific needs. At Sperling Dermatology in New Jersey, we ensure that every patient who walks through our doors has a treasured experience. Schedule an appointment for your consultation.
Actinic Keratosis is a pre-cancer that are commonly seen on the face and scalp. Most are from chronic sun exposure. If left untreated, actinic keratosis can develop into a squamous cell cancer.
Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC) is the most common type of skin cancer. There are more than 4 million cases of BCC diagnosed yearly in the United States alone. Those people who have increased sun exposure or a history of previously diagnosed BCC are at a higher risk of developing a BCC. Schedule your appointment at Sperling Dermatology to have a skin screening or a skin biopsy to diagnose a BCC.
Melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer. When caught early, it can be easily treated with excision. If left untreated, or not found in its early stage, melanoma can spread to the lymph nodes or other organs and can cause death. Prevention is essential with sun avoidance or protection. Regular skin screenings are important to identify a suspicious skin lesion. Schedule your appointment today at Sperling Dermatology for a skin screening.
Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) is a skin cancer commonly found on the face of sun-damaged skin. There are about 700,000 new cases diagnosed each year in the United States. Most SCC is caused by ultraviolet rays and tanning beds. It is more common in fair-skinned, and light-eyed people. Schedule your appointment today at Sperling Dermatology for a skin biopsy to diagnose an SCC.
Come visit Dr. Sperling and our team of cosmetic experts and let us help you achieve the spectacular skin you deserve! #StaySpectacular