Excisional surgery: This procedure is apt for any type of skin cancer wherein the cancerous tissue along with a margin of healthy skin tissues is removed.
Cryotherapy: This process utilizes liquid nitrogen to freeze the cancerous cells until the tissues are destroyed.
Curettage and Electrodesiccation or Cryotherapy: After removing the cancerous growth this procedure is employed wherein layers of cancer cells are scraped off using a circular blade and the remaining cancer cells are destroyed using electric needles.
Anti-cancer creams: Cancers that are limited to the upper layers of the skin can be treated using creams that contain anti-cancer agents.
Photodynamic therapy: It uses a combination of laser light and drugs to treat superficial skin cancers
Radiation therapy: This procedure makes use of high-energy rays to target and destroy cancer cells. Radiation treatment may be suggested after surgery as adjuvant treatment with or without chemotherapy in cases of squamous cell carcinoma.