If you've been diagnosed with skin cancer on your face, you may be concerned about how the surgery will affect you appearance, especially if you've had cancer removed from your arm and been left with a noticeable scar. However, your doctor will do his or her best to minimize disfigurement on your face. Mohs surgery is one way to do this. Here's why Mohs surgery is a good option for skin cancer on the face and what you can expect with the procedure.
Learning that you have skin cancer can be very frightening, but when it is caught early it can usually be treated through surgery. Mohs surgery is a common procedure used to remove squamous or basal skin cancer cells and is highly effective when performed by an experienced dermatologist. If you need to undergo Mohs surgery, you may not know what to expect. Continue reading to learn more about recovery from Mohs surgery:
After spending years wondering if I would ever be able to shake a serious skin condition, I finally realized that there had to be something I could do. I began talking with a professional dermatologist about the problem, and it was really interesting to me to see just how much help he was. He walked through all of the various treatments with me and how they would affect my condition, and before I knew it, I was enjoying cleaner, more beautiful skin. I began writing this blog a few years ago in order to help other people around me to live a better life. Check it out!