Atrophic Scars After Mohs Reconstructive Surgery
Mohs reconstruction surgery is usually necessary to repair the damage left after cancerous tissue is removed as part of skin cancer treatment. In some cases, atrophic scars form after Mohs reconstruction and can leave patients in a state of limbo as far as achieving a full recovery. Atrophic scars are complex, however, can be further complicated by treatment for cancer and Mohs reconstructive surgery.
Dr. Kenrick Spence understands the process involved in Mohs reconstructive surgery and how it may lead to the formation of atrophic scars. At the International Keloid & Scar Treatment Center, Dr. Spence and his team provide expert care for patients who need atrophic scar revision due to secondary complications arising from Mohs reconstruction surgery.
We offer in office or virtual consultations which allows patients from all over the word to have access to Dr. Spence’s treatment recommendations. During a consultation, Dr. Spence is able to accurately assess the needs of patients suffering from atrophic scars after Mohs reconstructive surgery and offer individualized treatment options.
Compassionate Atrophic Scar Specialists
Dr. Spence and his team have helped countless patients regain confidence in their appearance after the experience of skin cancer treatment. For patients who need atrophic scar revision, the International Keloid & Scar Treatment Center offers a place where all patient needs are met with compassion and understanding. We are passionate about the care we provide for patients. That is just one of the many reasons that guests from all over the world continue to choose the International Keloid & Scar Treatment Center for excellence in consultation and treatment.
If you have recently undergone Mohs reconstruction surgery and would like a consultation to assess the formation of atrophic scars, reach out to the International Keloid & Scar Treatment Center today.