The best way to combat skin cancer is to have early diagnosis and the earliest possible treatment. There are many effective ways to treat skin cancer, including surgical removal of irregular skin growths, laser techniques, topical skin treatments, and others. Our skin cancer reconstruction surgeons at the OSU Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery can not only provide treatment to eradicate cancerous and pre-cancerous areas of skin, but they can also reconstruct the treated areas to reduce the amount of visible skin damage and provide you with the best possible aesthetic appearance after the procedure.
The following sections will link to more detailed descriptions of our skin cancer reconstruction procedures. If you would like more information, or if you would like to schedule a consultation with one of our reconstructive surgeons, please contact the OSU Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery today.
Due to a variety of factors, including excessive sun exposure, skin cancers, moles, and irregular growths often affect areas of the face such as the cheeks, eyelids, lips, and nose. Our reconstructive surgeons can remove cancerous and pre-cancerous areas of facial skin and reduce visible signs of treatment.
Learn more about facial skin cancer reconstruction.
Doctors at the OSU Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery can remove irregular growths and cancerous/pre-cancerous areas of skin in virtually any body region. Since skin cancer can pose risks to the face, arms, legs, and every other body area, our reconstructive surgeons can use state-of-the-art techniques to treat the affected areas and enhance the appearance of the skin.
Learn more about skin cancer treatment in a variety of body areas.