Skin Cancer Reconstruction


Overview

Plastic surgeons are often consulted to remove suspicious lesions and moles, particularly in areas of the face where scarring needs to be minimized. In addition, patients are often sent to our office after the lesion has been removed for wound closure. This can often be achieved by moving tissue around (flaps), placing skin grafts and by other plastic surgery techniques. Many times the closure can be performed in the office, but larger reconstructions may require an outpatient hospital setting.

Our Office

Contact us today to learn more about skin cancer reconstruction and schedule your appointment.

225 Broadway, Suite 1610
New York, NY 10007

 
Phone: 347-557-8368

Email: info@enttribeca.com

Skin Cancer New York Patients

  • This patient had skin cancers on the left side of the nose, as well as on the columella (skin between the nostrils). She underwent a bilobed flap (movement of skin from the bridge of the nose into the wound) for the left nasal skin cancer. She underwent a full-thickness skin graft for the wound on the columella. This shows excellent healing by use of meticulous plastic closure techniques.

  • The patient underwent removal of a skin cancer via an island pedicle flap. The skin from the area adjacent is moved into the wound for coverage. This shows excellent healing by use of meticulous plastic closure techniques.

  • The patient underwent removal of a skin cancer via an island pedicle flap. The skin from the area adjacent is moved into the wound for coverage. This shows excellent healing by use of meticulous plastic closure techniques.