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Reconstructive surgery is the correction of traumatic, congenital, and post-surgical deformities as well as skin cancer reconstruction. However, unlike most parts of the body which are generally hidden beneath clothing, your face is a focal point always in full view. Therefore, the surgeons of AFP are always careful to apply their reconstructive expertise in a way that provides you with the best options and the best results.
What is the most common reason for reconstructive consultation? Skin cancers, such as basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, are the most common forms of cancer in the United States. Therefore, patients are most often referred to see one of our AFP reconstructive specialists due to the effects of skin cancer. Our reconstructive surgeons have extensive experience with repairing complicated facial defects created by removal of skin cancers on the face of all sizes and complexities. Rest assured, you will be in the right hands.