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Reconstructive Surgery

Did you know that between 40 and 50 percent of Americans develop skin cancer at some point in their life? Thankfully, many common skin cancers can be treated by dermatologists and plastic surgeons using Mohs micrographic surgery. 
 
“The majority of my reconstructive patients come to my office after having a facial skin cancer removed by their dermatologist using the Mohs technique. I find one of the most important aspects of this visit is explaining exactly what I plan to do for the reconstruction, and what results can realistically be achieved given the facial defect.” – Dr. Azzi 
 
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Reconstruction After Mohs Excision of Skin Cancer

We make every effort to accommodate reconstructive patients, often referred by their dermatologist, in a convenient and timely manner. This way, defects can be repaired as quickly as possible ensuring the best possible result.

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