A 69-year-old man presented with a bleeding bump on his right mid-eyebrow (left photo, top). A skin biopsy confirmed a basal cell carcinoma skin cancer. The tumor was successfully removed using Mohs micrographic surgery in 2 stages (left photo, middle). Facial plastic reconstructive surgery was used to repair the wound without raising his adjacent eyebrow. 6 months after surgery, the skin is well healed without a visible scar and his eyebrows are at their natural position.
BOARD CERTIFIED & FELLOWSHIP TRAINED Dermatologists