Skin Cancer Removal

The surgical removal of skin cancer is a procedure that can be performed in an office setting or under general anesthesia. Once your cancer is removed, you will be left with an open wound that may require closure.

Various surgical procedures may be involved in reconstruction after the skin cancer is removed.

These include a local cutaneous/local flap, skin grafting, or more complicated reconstructive procedures determined by the extent of the defect created when removing your skin cancer. 

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