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Following Mohs Surgery, Consider Involving a Plastic Surgeon

Posted by Advanced Specialty Care on Oct 18, 2018 4:33:47 PM

The threat of skin cancer isn't just limited to summer months. For our dermatologists and plastic surgeons, we treat patients with skin cancer year-round.

While there are different treatment options for patients, such as a plastic surgeon removing the lesion or having Mohs surgery by a dermatologist, an important and often unthought of consideration, is how the wound will be closed after skin cancer is removed. 

Dr. Soni, Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeon, recently performed a wound closure on a patient's face after they underwent Mohs surgery from a local dermatologist. Schedules were coordinated between the two doctors in order to ensure that the patient could be seen by Dr. Soni immediately after the Mohs surgery.

Mohs Closure - Healing Progress at 1 and 2 weeks after closure

Watch the full procedure in the video below as Dr. Soni closes the wound and explains the importance of proper closure and an esthetic outcome especially for wounds on the face.


At Advanced Specialty Care, our Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeons offer both medical and cosmetic procedures such as skin cancer removal, post-weight loss surgery, breast reconstruction as well as facelifts, breast augmentation, botox and fillers injections and more. We have offices in the Fairfield County towns of Danbury, Norwalk and Ridgefield and in the Litchfield County town of New Milford. If you have questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call our office at (203) 830-4700 or simply click here to fill out an appointment request form.  

Topics: Cosmetic Surgery, Blog, plastic surgery, Dr. Prashant Soni

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