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Santa Monica Dermatologist, Dr. Ben Behnam, and Santa Monica Hair Transplant Expert, Dr. Sean Behnam, Launch Their New Websites Focused on Treatment of Acne, Skin Cancer, Laser Procedures and Hair Transplant
Date:1/23/2013

se it is right on the skin.

Dr. Ben Behnam is a board certified dermatologist specializing in skin cancers. He recommends a full skin check once or twice a year. A full skin check entails checking the entire surface of the skin from head to toe including the scalp, the sole of the feet as well as the groin areas. If a mole or a lesion looks suspicious, a biopsy is performed and is sent to a dermatopathologist for further evaluation. In most cases, the biopsy will indicate whether a lesion is cancerous or benign.
A routine skin check can save lives. The skin check typically takes 5 to 10 minutes. It is a very simple procedure to catch a very deadly disease at a very early stage.
For more information on Santa Monica Dermatology and Hair Transplant, call (310) 315-4989 or visit the facility at 2825 Santa Monica BLVD, Santa Monica California 90404.

About Dr. Ben Behnam

An innovator, Dr. Ben Behnam MD, U.S. Leading Dermatologist, is a board certified dermatologist recognized nationally by Newsweek as one of the top 10 Physicians and Surgeons in the US, with appearances on The Doctors Show, FOX Good Day LA and ABC News. Dr. Behnam has been involved in clinical trials and has been widely published in journals such as the Journal of American Academy of Dermatology, Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, Cutis, Expert Opinion in Pharmacotherapy and others. Dr. Ben Behnam graduated Summa Cum Laude from UCLA. He attended UC Irvine School of Medicine, which he graduated top of his class with an AOA distinction. He did his dermatology training under the renowned and prominent cosmetic and Mohs surgeon Dr. Christopher Zachary at UC Irvine School of Medicine. He had the distinction of being the Chief Resident in his senior year. During residency, he was among few in the coun
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