Our patient, Marvin had reconstructive surgery after Mohs skin cancer on the side of his face. Recently he came back to the office for another Mohs skin cancer surgery on his nose. He shares in this testimonial how some other plastic surgeons commented on the good results with no scarring. We have been sharing some testimonials from our patients recently to ease any anxiety you may have about this procedure. If you have any questions, please feel free to comment or contact us for any questions or concerns.
In this video, Dr. Mejia shows before and after pictures from skin cancer surgery when a patient came to the office to get her sutures removed.
Before and After Basal Cell Surgery with Mohs
Below you can see some pictures of before and after skin cancer. This young woman in her 30’s came in for a check up after having Mohs skin cancer surgery a month ago on her forehead. She had squamous cell carcinoma. In a previous video, we showed you Don’s testimonial for reconstructive surgery after Mohs in several areas of his face. This patient’s surgery was much smaller with only six sutures, and luckily Dr. Mejia was able to spot another basal skin cancer on her nose which was also removed. As you can see in the before and after skin cancer pictures, she has no scarring.
Squamous Skin Cancer On Forehead Before Mohs Skin Cancer Surgery
Skin Cancer Picture After Removal (Note: In video this is labeled before Mohs in error)
Reconstructive Surgery After Skin Cancer
One Month After Surgery – No Scarring
Testimonials from Patientsafter Skin Cancer Surgery with Dr. Mejia
Dr. Mejia was doing a reconstructive surgery on a patient’s nose after the patient underwent Mohs skin cancer surgery. Dr. Mejia performs both procedures. This alleviates the patient from having to go seek another doctor to do plastic surgery after the Mohs. Not only does it save time and stress, it also is cost effective.
Here Dr. Mejia is checking skin cancer slides to make sure margins are clear.
Dr. Mejia discusses the importance of early skin cancer detection. For many years, this patient thought he had a birth mark on his arm. Unfortunately, it was a basal cell carcinoma and Mohs skin cancer surgery was performed.
Dr. Mejia wants to remind people that if you have a growth that has been there for a long time, get it checked it out.
Patient explains the history of her skin cancer and her option of doing the Photodynamic Therapy treatment (PDT) before undergoing Mohs skin cancer surgery. She also emphasizes the importance of using sunblock.