Mohs Reconstruction Surgery
Mohs Reconstruction is a procedure that allows a surgeon to reconstruct the skin of the face, scalp or neck after a defect is created by Mohs surgery. Mohs surgery is an advanced technique done by specially-trained dermatologic surgeons to remove skin cancer. Skin cancer occurs most frequently on the face, scalp, neck, and particularly the nose. An unfortunate byproduct of Mohs surgery is the formation of a skin defect.
That is where Dr. Furze steps in. Dr. Furze skillfully and artistically reconstructs the area of the face, head or neck, with several methods that depend on the size of the defect. Some patients may have procedures which require one stage to reconstruct while others may require multiple stages. This procedure can be done in-office depending on the location and the size of the area that needs reconstruction. Dr. Furzes extensive training in Mohs reconstruction allows him to excel in functional and aesthetic reconstruction of the area. Additionally, Dr. Furze’s training in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery allows him to reconstruct the area with optimal aesthetics and beauty in mind.
If patients have defects in parts of their nose, face, scalp, neck, or ears, Dr. Furze can recreate that area to make it appear flawless. For example, Dr. Furze’s comprehensive knowledge with nasal anatomy, which has allowed him to become an expert in Rhinoplasty, enables him the opportunity to not only reconstruct the nasal defect, but to do so with elegance, thus restoring the natural beauty of the area.