Benign and/or Malignant Lesions

Our relationship will be based on mutual trust. Cibolo Creek Dermatology Group offers assistance towards personal practices that can help reduce skin conditions due to overexposure to sun and other environmental elements that affect the skin. We can recommend treatment for skin to offset affects of diet and unhealthy habits. Care is given toward instructions for post-surgical and post-medical tasks using products and making sure the area affected remains hygienically stable and clean.

Dr. Monica McCrary, MD is a board-certified dermatologist offering medical and surgical dermatology treatment for all ages. She excels at treating the full spectrum of conditions of the skin, hair and nails.

Dr. Monica McCrary, MD

What does having a lesion mean?

A lesion is any abnormal damage or change in the tissue of an organism, usually caused by disease or drama. A benign lesion is referred to as a non-cancerous one, whereas a malignant lesion means that it is cancerous. Dr. Monica McCrary, board-certified dermatologist of Cibolo Creek Dermatology Group, is experienced and uses up-to-date technology to diagnose lesions.

Once a thorough assessment of your skin is made, Dr. McCrary can recommend the appropriate treatment or surgery to remove the lesions and have them tested for malignancy. Throughout this entire process, including the biopsy, our team of certified, trained and experienced medical professionals are sure to offer the comfort and the individualized skin treatment you need.

Your Skin’s Health is Our Specialty

Cibolo Creek Dermatology specializes in delivering the ultimate patient experience by providing exceptional dermatology skin solutions and treatments that you can rely on. We are trusted to be completely transparent with our patients and offer the beautiful, radiant and healthy skin they deserve.

It is our responsibility to ensure that you are receiving the best dermatology services and an unmatched level of patient care. Our patients expect to find the skin solutions they need, while being treated exceptionally with an established relationship of mutual trust and respect. It’s time to stop tolerating the discomfort of skin problems and start living your life with beautiful, radiant and healthy skin!

For more information about our dermatology services at Cibolo Creek Dermatology Group, fill out a contact form or call our office at (830) 971-9151

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Q: What is a dermatologist?
A: A dermatologist is a medical physician who specializes in treating and diagnosing conditions of the skin. A certified dermatologist will have completed four years of medical school, one year of an internship and three years of specialized training.
Q: How do I know if my skin needs to be checked?
A: If you spot anything that may appear to be abnormal on your skin, whether it’s the development of a new spot, rash or bump, you should have it examined by a certified dermatologist as soon as possible. Better than anyone, you know your body and should know when something isn’t right.
Q: How often should I see a doctor to have moles, warts and skin tags checked?
A: Unless you notice a change in the shape or color, every two to three years is good.

Cibolo Creek
Dermatology Group

Monica McCrary, MD
Board-Certified Dermatologist

120 Dietert Avenue
building 300
Boerne, TX 78006
right behind river road pharmacy on (Hwy 46)

Phone Number: 830-971-9151
Fax Number: 830-626-9101

Hours of Operation

Monday - Thursday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Patient Intake Forms:

Cibolo Creek Dermatology Group is a family practice. We see children and adults with dermatological issues. Our patients are located in San Antonio, Boerne, Cordillera, Fair Oaks Ranch, Comfort, Welfare, Waring and Kerrville.

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