Dr. Chadi Murr

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Skin Cancer or Neoplasia Reconstruction – Surgical Procedures

Skin cancer, also known as Neoplasia, is one the most common types of cancer. It develops when damaged skin cells start to grow abnormally and uncontrollably.

Is skin cancer treatable?

Skin cancers are almost always curable. Common types are sometimes removed using ointments.
However, surgical removal remains the best option.

Am I a candidate for skin cancer surgery?

During your consultation, I will evaluate the severity of your skin cancer to decide whether or not it needs surgical removal.

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How is it done?

Depending on the size and severity of your skin cancer, the procedure can be done under general or local anesthesia. For small and contained skin lesions, the excision technique is used to remove the damaged cells and then close the incision.

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How long is the recovery?

After closing the incisions, special bandages are applied on the surgical site. Sutures are removed within a week and the healing process of the scars will take several months as incision lines continue to improve.

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