Skin Cancer Doylestown
In the United States alone, over one million cases of skin cancer are diagnosed every year, and that number seems to be steadily on the rise. Moreover, it is estimated that 93% to 97% of all skin cancer occurs on a highly visible part of the body such as the head, face, ears, neck, hands, and arms. It’s not hard to understand why this is the case, considering the fact that these are the parts of the body which typically receive the most sun exposure.
How do I know if Skin Cancer reconstruction procedures are right for me?
Our surgical expert, Dr. Silberman will help you make that determination when you meet with him in Doylestown, PA. At your initial skin cancer reconstruction consultation, your condition will be evaluated, and surgical procedures that will help alleviate pain associated with your condition will be recommended. If you have realistic expectations of the possible reconstructive surgery outcomes after surgery, keep a positive, optimistic attitude, and fully understand the procedures involved, then you are a good candidate for reconstructive surgery.
Call us today to schedule your initial consultation for skin cancer reconstructive surgical and to get all of your questions answered!
Are skin cancer reconstructive procedures covered by insurance?
Skin cancer reconstructive surgery may be covered by insurance when the condition is debilitating, or is hereditary. Please note that elective cosmetic procedures are not covered by medical insurance. Call us today to schedule your consultation with Doylestown plastic surgeon Dr. Silberman, and we will assist you in determining medical insurance coverage.
Call Plastic Surgery Associates now at 215-348-3415!
What other reconstructive procedures are available in the Philadelphia area?
We offer many reconstructive procedures in Philadelphia including surgical intervention for burn treatments, facial fractures and hand injuries. Please inquire to discuss the full range of reconstructive procedures offered in the Doylestown and Philadelphia areas.