Facial reconstruction after Mohs surgery. Mohs surgery removes cancerous cells with a procedure that preserves more tissue than other methods. This is critical when the cancer affects any facial area. Mohs surgery often leaves a visible facial wound that requires reconstruction. This customized facial reconstruction procedure is performed to restore the most natural appearance to the area affected, whether it is the nose, mouth, eyes, eyelids, lips, ears, neck, or another facial area.
After Mohs Surgery What Our Facial Plastic Surgeons Can Treat
Face and neck skin cancers removed with Mohs surgery could appear on any area of the face or neck, but most commonly develop on areas with extensive UV ray exposure, including:
The reconstruction technique employed at South Florida Facial Plastic Surgery will reflect the extent of tissue removed, and where it was removed. The end goal is to achieve the most aesthetic outcome possible.