Skin surgery / tumor surgery
Holistic tumor surgery involves the removal of benign and malignant lesions and soft tissue tumors as well as the reconstruction of tissue defects caused thereby.
In any case, the first thing to do when a lesion has been noticed is to ascertain whether it is malignant or benign. Benign skin and tissue changes include pigment spots, moles, lipomas (adipose tissue tumors), fibromas and atheromas. These can be completely removed and usually require no special treatment. Basal cell carcinomas (basal cell carcinoma), squamous (squamous cell carcinoma) and melanoma (skin cancer) are among the malignant lesions that can be removed with plastic and cosmetic surgery from healthy tissue. The resulting additional, partially large tissue defects can be successfully aesthetically reconstructed with the contemporary options of plastic surgery such as tissue displacement or skin grafts.
At health2beauty we offer a wide range of contemporary options for tumor and skin surgery. Feel free to ask!