Skin cancer is the most common kind of cancer diagnosed each year in the United states. Over the past 30yrs, more people have been diagnosed with skin cancer than all other kinds of cancers combined. These numbers continue to rise each year.

Each year in America, nearly 6 million cases of nonmelanoma skin cancer are diagnosed. 2000 people die from squamous cell or basal cell carcinoma each year and over 10,000 people die from Melanoma annually.

If you’re diagnosed with a skin cancer on your face. There are several ways to treat it but unless significant health issues exist – it should be dealt with in a timely manner.

Excision is the standard of care for facial skin cancers. MOHs surgery is a specialized procedure that removes the skin cancer WITHOUT removing excess skin that isn’t cancer. This is often done by a dermatologist with specialized training to see cancer under a microscope.

3 month before and after of patient after cancer resectionPatients have come from all over the southeast for Dr. Robb to perform their skin cancer resection closure. After a consultation discussing your lifestyle, activities, and social calendar, we make a plan the reconstruct the defect and return you to your previous way of life. The procedure is generally performed in our office, takes anywhere from 15minutes to 2 hours and is often performed the same day as the consultation. This is not an “overnight” process but does take some time for healing and swelling to decrease. Dr. Robb uses the highest quality surgical materaials to help you heal the in the quickest and best manner possible.

There will always be a line when skin is incised and there’s no escaping this. What Dr. Robb does is camouflage these lines where the human eye doesn’t notice them. Using meticulous surgical technique, attention to detail, and tried and true methods for reconstruction

I’m confident we can ease the anxiety, soften the stress, and get you back to life confident about your appearance so you can focus on life rather than your past skin surgeries!


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