Skin Cancer Reconstruction
The most commonly occurring cancer in the United States is skin cancer. Fortunately, most people can recover from this condition if they receive early treatment—another reason to have a dermatologist evaluate your skin regularly for signs of trouble. There are many techniques available to address this concern, including Mohs micrographic surgery, curettage, and laser surgery. With any skin cancer procedure, even the tissue-sparing Mohs treatment, there is the potential for scarring or other visible signs of skin cancer removal. Our experienced cosmetic surgeon can work with your dermatologist to minimize damage in the affected area. He uses some of the latest techniques to help repair the skin where treated and restore the natural appearance of the area.
You don’t have to live with obvious signs of skin cancer treatment. Talk to our friendly and knowledgeable team today to learn more about your options or to schedule a consultation.
What Areas Can Be Treated?
Skin cancer can develop on any area of the body, including the face, neck, chest, arms, torso, legs, and feet; however, regions that are exposed to direct sunlight typically experience a higher rate of the disease. Our skilled team is capable of repairing the skin in any location where cancer treatment has occurred. Precision is necessary to achieve the desired outcome in delicate areas of the face, such as the eyelids, ears, nose, cheeks, and lips. Dr. Richard Zeff takes great care to reduce visible signs of treatment so patients can return to normal activities with confidence. During your initial consultation, he will develop a customized treatment plan that offers the best possible result for your needs and goals.
Contact Our Practice
For more information on how skin cancer reconstruction is performed, or if you would like to schedule a consultation, please contact our practice today.