Mohs reconstruction is a highly advanced and precise procedure designed to reconstruct surgical sites after the removal of facial skin cancers.
Remove cancer without damaging healthy tissue
Mohs surgery was originally designed to completely remove skin cancers while minimizing the loss of healthy tissue. The greatest benefit of this approach is its high success rate, which is over 99 percent. During Mohs surgery, your surgeon removes thin layers of skin, continuing the process until all cancerous tissue has been addressed, with minimal damage to healthy tissue.
Many smaller skin cancer excisions may be closed after Moh’s surgery. Larger surgical resections often require the expertise of facial plastic surgeons. Our skilled surgeons at OG Aesthetics in Menlo Park have a thorough understanding of the unique characteristics of the face, aesthetic lines, anatomical subunits, and facial structures that allows them to plan your reconstruction with the utmost attention to form and function.