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Treating Skin Cancer

Skin malignancies, or skin cancer, happens when your skin cells start abnormally growing and dividing.

If you think that you have a suspicious-looking mole or change in an area of your skin, it’s very important for you to contact your doctor. Detecting skin cancer (skin malignancies) early on will help you and your specialist treat skin cancer quickly and effectively.

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Treatment for Skin Cancer

Treatment for skin cancer depends on the size, type, depth, and location of the malignancy (group of abnormal cells). Doctors can surgically remove these groups of abnormal cells, or doctors can use other treatments like topical creams or laser therapy procedures.

Your specialist will help you decide what treatment is best for you based on your medical history and the type of skin cancer you have. 

Forehead Flap Reconstruction

Forehead flap reconstruction is a type of flap reconstruction that may be used to reconstruct areas of your face that have been cut out to remove cancer.

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Melanoma Skin Cancer

Melanoma is a dangerous type of skin cancer that needs to be detected and treated early.

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Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer

Non-melanoma skin cancers include basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. Although they generally aren't as dangerous as melanoma, you should still take them seriously.

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