Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. More than 500,000 new cases of skin cancer are reported each year. Considering that sun exposure is a leading cause of skin cancer, it comes to no surprise that most skin cancer (around 80%) is found on the face, head and neck, or the areas that are most often exposed to UV rays. … Continue reading
If you’ve recently been diagnosed with skin cancer, you are probably frightened and concerned. When the cancerous lesion is on your face, it can create even more anxiety, especially in regards to surgical removal. The good news is that Mohs surgery has proven to be a highly effective technique for removing skin cancer, as it conserves as much healthy tissue as possible. To further ease your fears, a skilled plastic surgeon can perform Mohs surgery reconstruction, ensuring that your face is repaired seamlessly, regardless of the size or depth of the cancer lesion.