Skin cancer reconstruction is the artistic reestablishment of an approximation of normal anatomy following resection of skin cancer by Mohs technique. Dr. Yellin uses his extensive creative talents and judgment as a surgeon to develop a successful operative plan that may include a combination of therapies, including primary closure, skin grafting, cartilage grafting, and skin or composite tissue flaps, both local (i.e., rearranging adjacent tissues to repair a defect) and regional (i.e., borrowing tissues from another location, such as the forehead, and moving them to a new location, such as the nose), to repair a defect.
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