Hypertrophic Scars After Mohs Reconstruction Surgery
Mohs reconstruction surgery is typically an essential part of treatment for skin cancer. In many cases, patients are left with hypertrophic scars that require further treatments to correct. Dr. Kenrick Spence provides both Mohs reconstruction surgery and treatment to address any hypertrophic scarring. If you have undergone Mohs reconstruction surgery and would like an assessment of hypertrophic scars from Dr. Spence, you can connect via a virtual consultation from anywhere in the world.
While all patients are thankful that they are cancer-free, Mohs reconstruction surgery is not always completely successful in restoring the aesthetics of impacted areas. When hypertrophic scars form, they leave a lasting reminder of skin cancer that is highly visible. To regain your confidence in the wake of skin cancer, further treatment options are available from the International Keloid & Scar Treatment Center to correct hypertrophic scars.
Reducing the Impact of Hypertrophic Scar Tissue, Post Cancer
The reduction of hypertrophic scars after skin cancer treatments, including Mohs reconstruction surgery, requires specialist skills and experience. Dr. Kenrick Spence is a board certified plastic surgeon who is qualified to reconstruct Mohs surgery and understands the potential for hypertrophic scar formation. Due to his extensive experience in this area, he is uniquely qualified to perform corrective surgeries and offer treatments that increase the probability of positive outcomes for patients with complex needs.
If you are experiencing the development of hypertrophic scars after Mohs reconstruction surgery, a consultation with an experienced plastic surgeon is recommended. Dr. Spence is happy to provide a virtual or in office consultation to provide reassurances and determine the best course of action for effective treatment at the International Keloid & Scar Treatment Center.
Contact our office today to discuss a consultation or raise concerns about hypertrophic scar tissue development after skin cancer.