Mohs Surgery Available in Cary, N.C. with Fellowship Trained Mohs Surgeon, Dr. Elias E. Ayli
“Cure rates for Mohs surgery are very high, making it such an advantage for patients who have skin cancer."
We are extremely proud to have Dr. Ayli joining our team here in Cary and Pinehurst. ”
— Robert E.Clark MD,PhD, FAAD
CARY, NORTH CAROLINA, USA, December 7, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ -- As of January 2, 2018, Elias E. Ayli, DO, FAAD,FACMS and Fellow of the American College of Mohs Surgery, begins in Cary, NC making Mohs Surgery conveniently available sooner to patients in the Triangle area of North Carolina. Dr. Ayli is a Board Certified Dermatologist at Cary Skin Center and a highly skilled Mohs Surgeon, bringing a wealth of expertise to the Cary area with over 7000 Mohs cases performed. “Cure rates for Mohs surgery are high, making it such an advantage for patients who have skin cancer. Being able to now offer Mohs surgery with short wait times to patients in Cary and Pinehurst is exceptionally fulfilling for me.” said Dr. Ayli. In addition to his focus on Mohs surgery, Dr. Ayli has special interests in cutaneous oncology, skin cancer diagnosis and treatment, and facial reconstruction. He has completed a highly selective fellowship in Mohs Micrographic Surgery. This fellowship is approved by the American College of Mohs Surgery. “We are extremely proud to have Dr. Ayli joining our team here in Cary and Pinehurst. His expertise along with our state of the art Mohs skin cancer treatment center in Cary and Pinehurst offers every advantage for successful and prompt skin cancer treatment,” noted Robert E.Clark MD,PhD, FAAD. Cary Skin Center has been serving the Cary area for 19 years, providing skin cancer treatment services. With his extensive training in Mohs surgery and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Ayli will add another level of dermatologic surgical skill specific to patients with skin cancer concerns. About Cary Skin Center In 1998, Dr. Clark established the Cary Skin Center, a state-of-the-art outpatient surgical center specializing in Mohs Micrographic Surgery for the removal of skin cancer. Dr. Flynn joined the Cary Skin Center in 2001 and together they have successfully treated countless patients in the Triangle and surrounding areas. Because Mohs surgery is a highly complex and sophisticated surgical method, it requires extensive training. Dr. Clark, Dr. Flynn, Dr. Ayli and Dr. Ingraffea completed 1-2 year intensive training programs, including complex surgical cases and advanced reconstruction to become Fellows of the American College of Mohs Surgery. In addition, they offer over 60 years of combined Mohs surgery experience.
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