As leaders of academic medicine, we offer the latest reconstructive techniques, including skin grafting and complex facial flaps, to help restore form and function after cancer removal on the face, head and neck.
Though some scars may not be removed completely, it is possible to minimize, camouflage or hide them. We use advanced scar revision techniques to diminish their appearance and restore facial function.
Injuries to the face, head and neck—such as those caused by car accidents, sports injuries, work-related injuries and cancer removal—can be traumatic. Damage caused by these injuries, however, can often can be improved with facial reconstruction surgery.