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Mayoral Dermatology takes pride in providing quality, professional service in a friendly and relaxing atmosphere. We offer cosmetic and dermatology services using the latest technologies to improve and maintain skin health and appearance.

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Dr. Flor A. Mayoral, M.D.

Dr. Flor A. Mayoral, M.D.

Dermatologist

Dr. Flor Mayoral has been providing outstanding dermatologic care since 1985.

Dr. Janelle Vega, M.D.

Dr. Janelle Vega, M.D.

Dermatologist

Dr. Janelle Vega is a board certified dermatologist with an M.D. degree from the University of Florida College of Medicine in 2006.

Dr. Manuel Iriondo, M.D.

Dr. Manuel Iriondo, M.D.

Dermatologist

Dr. Manuel Iriondo received his M.D. degree from Texas Tech University School of Medicine in 1982, followed by post-doctoral training in Internal Medicine.

Sabrina Hanna DeSolo, P.A.,C

Sabrina Hanna DeSolo, P.A.,C

Physician Assistant

Sabrina Hanna deSolo is a seasoned Physician Assistant certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA).

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Dr. Mayoral interview with Aesthetic TV.

Dr. Mayoral discusses cosmetic dermatology technology.

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  • 04/07/2014in Cancer, Skin Cancer

    Mohs Surgery

    Considered the most effective method for removing squamous cell and basal cell carcinoma, Mohs surgery spares healthy skin tissues while eradicating all signs of cancerous activity. According to the American Cancer Society, cure rates for SCC and BCC are nearly 99 percent when the Mohs technique is used to remove these two most common types...
  • Why Remove Port Wine Stains and Birthmarks?

    Also referred to as a birthmark, port wine stains differ slightly from less florid skin discolorations because they are deep red or purplish in color and resemble severely inflamed patches of skin. Vascular anomalies producing a port wine stain are the result of capillaries that failed to form properly during gestation, a condition that is...
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