Also known as:
Reconstruction after Mohs micrographic surgery
Mohs micrographic surgery involves removing a skin cancer one layer at a time and examining these layers under a microscope immediately after they are removed. This procedure allows for a close examination of each layer of skin to detect cancer cells. It also allows a minimal amount of tissue to be removed while ensuring complete removal of all the cancer cells.
Mohs reconstruction is reconstructive facial surgery following a Mohs micrographic procedure.