Esteya Electronic Brachytherapy

ebWhat is Esteya®?

Esteya is a patient-friendly, electronic brachytherapy (bray-kee-ther-eh-pee) solution for treating skin cancer. Electronic brachytherapy is a non-surgical treatment that applies high dose rate (HDR) radiation to the cancer while minimizing radiation to the surrounding healthy tissues.

Esteya is designed to be an effective treatment on a variety of body surfaces but is especially beneficial to the highly visible and challenging areas on the face, scalp, hands and legs where scarring is undesirable.  There is no recovery downtime so patients experience minimal impact on daily activities.

If you have been diagnosed with basal or squamous cell carcinoma ask your dermatologist what your treatment options are and if you are a candidate for Esteya, the non-invasive option for treating skin cancer. Skin cancer treatment requires an individualized approach and your dermatologist can recommend treatment options based on your specific needs.

Please contact Dermatology and Mohs Surgery Center to schedule an appointment for a consultation today.

The Dermatology and Mohs Surgery Center specializes in the advanced treatment of skin cancer and diseases of the skin which include disorders of the hair, nails and mucous membranes. Dermatologists perform many procedures including the removal of moles, warts, benign growths and skin cancers. We have provided various facts and information on skin diseases and skin cancer and the different treatment options. Please contact us if you would like to schedule an appointment or have any questions regarding treatment.

Esteya Electronic Brachytherapy

ebWhat is Esteya®?

Esteya is a patient-friendly, electronic brachytherapy (bray-kee-ther-eh-pee) solution for treating skin cancer. Electronic brachytherapy is a non-surgical treatment that applies high dose rate (HDR) radiation to the cancer while minimizing radiation to the surrounding healthy tissues.

Esteya is designed to be an effective treatment on a variety of body surfaces but is especially beneficial to the highly visible and challenging areas on the face, scalp, hands and legs where scarring is undesirable.  There is no recovery downtime so patients experience minimal impact on daily activities.

If you have been diagnosed with basal or squamous cell carcinoma ask your dermatologist what your treatment options are and if you are a candidate for Esteya, the non-invasive option for treating skin cancer. Skin cancer treatment requires an individualized approach and your dermatologist can recommend treatment options based on your specific needs.

Please contact Dermatology and Mohs Surgery Center to schedule an appointment for a consultation today.

215.345.MOHS (6647)
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