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Dealing with a skin cancer can be a very stressful experience. When the cancer is on the face, it may pose serious functional and cosmetic issues. Facial skin cancers can be removed and repaired by a Facial Plastic Surgeon. Sometimes the cancer may be removed with a procedure called Mohs Surgery, performed by a specially trained Dermatologist called a Mohs Surgeon. Repairing the resulting defect may require a Facial Plastic Surgeon.
Dr. Ondik is a Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon and has extensive experience in repairing all areas of the face, including total nasal reconstruction. Dr. Ondik will coordinate with your Dermatologist or Mohs Surgeon to remove and/or repair the resulting skin cancer defect. He will spend time explaining the repair options. Each skin cancer repair is carefully chosen to restore the function of the facial component and ensure the most cosmetically superior result.
While there has been an explosion of injectable fillers being used for facial lines and wrinkles, many patients are not aware that these same fillers can be used to improve the shape of the nose. The procedure is called “liquid rhinoplasty” and uses injectable fillers to smooth out depressions or hollows. In some cases the filler can also be used to help camouflage small bumps or humps on the nose. The procedure isn’t permanent, but the results may last up to a year or slightly more. It may be perfect for the patient that has a small nasal imperfection that isn’t interested in surgery.