Many of the patients referred to Aspire Care Clinic are coming to have lesions assessed. These lesions include moles, cysts, skin tags, warts, seborrheic keratosis, and actinic keratosis. If your doctor has any concerns with these lesions after examining them, a biopsy will done and the sample will be sent to the lab for further analysis. With all lesion removals, the nursing staff will go over after care with you and provide you with a wound care handout.
At Aspire Care Cosmetic Clinic, scheduling a cosmetic consultation is hassle-free, and no referral is needed. However, if your concern leans towards a medical issue, we may guide you to our Skin Clinic. It’s important to note that for consultations with Dr. Wang in our Skin Clinic, an Alberta Health Services (AHS) requirement may necessitate a referral from a licensed medical professional. Examples of such professionals include medical doctors, audiologists, registered midwives, chiropractors, podiatrists, dentists, optometrists, physical therapists, and nurse practitioners. Additionally, please be aware that AHS may require a referral, and it may expire if you haven’t seen Dr. Wang within a year.