CANCER REMOVAL AND RECONSTRUCTION
Understanding Cancer Removal and Reconstruction
Cancer removal and reconstruction around the eye is a specialized surgical procedure focused on excising cancerous growths near the eye while aiming to preserve or restore the eye's function and appearance. This procedure is crucial for treating various types of periocular cancers.
Periocular cancers, including basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma, can occur due to various factors like sun exposure, genetics, or skin type. These growths can affect the eyelids, tear ducts, or surrounding facial areas.
Identifiable Effects and Symptoms
The procedure's effects include:
Removal of cancerous growths to prevent further spread.
Restoration of the eye area's function and appearance.
Minimizing the impact on the patient's vision and facial symmetry.
Effective Treatment Approach
Cancer removal involves precise excision of the tumor, followed by reconstruction to repair the affected area. Reconstruction techniques vary based on the cancer's size and location and may include skin grafts or local flaps. The procedure is typically performed under local or general anesthesia.
Our Dedication to Quality Care
Our clinic specializes in personalized cancer removal and reconstruction around the eye, tailoring treatments to each patient's unique needs. Our experienced surgical team combines oncologic expertise with advanced reconstructive techniques to achieve the best possible outcomes, focusing on both cancer eradication and aesthetic restoration.