Skin Cancer Reconstruction Katy TX
With over 3.5 million cases diagnosed each year, skin cancer is by far the most common form of cancer in the United States today. Typically, skin cancer arises on cosmetically sensitive areas of the body including the face and hands. Small, early-stage non-melanoma skin cancers are treated by dermatologists using non-surgical methods. For larger or more aggressive skin cancers, Mohs surgery or standard surgical excision is employed. After excision, reconstructive plastic surgery restores the natural appearance of the affected area.
If you have skin cancer in a cosmetically sensitive area requiring removal and reconstruction, contact our office at 832-232-4263 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Das or Dr. Stephenson.