Dara Liotta MD FACS

Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

960 A Park Avenue
New York, NY 10028
Call: (212) 750-1020

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Mohs Reconstruction, Reconstructive Surgery

Procedures: Mohs Reconstruction, Reconstructive Surgery

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Lower Eyelid Reconstruction

Description:

Mohs micrographic surgery is a procedure performed by dermatologists to remove certain types of skin cancer including basal and squamous cell cancer. Your dermatologist will remove the skin cancer layer by layer, evaluating each sample under a microscope to make certain that all of the skin cancer has been removed. Dr. Liotta is often consulted for repair of various surgical defects that result from Mohs surgery of the face and neck.

Generally, patients scheduled to undergo Mohs resection of their skin cancers by their dermatologists are seen in our office before their surgery, to plan for possible reconstructive scenarios.

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Mohs Reconstruction, Reconstructive Surgery

Procedures: Mohs Reconstruction, Reconstructive Surgery

Before
After

Mohs Reconstruction of the Temple

Description:

Mohs micrographic surgery is a procedure performed by dermatologists to remove certain types of skin cancer including basal and squamous cell cancer. Your dermatologist will remove the skin cancer layer by layer, evaluating each sample under a microscope to make certain that all of the skin cancer has been removed. Dr. Liotta is often consulted for repair of various surgical defects that result from Mohs surgery of the face and neck.

Generally, patients scheduled to undergo Mohs resection of their skin cancers by their dermatologists are seen in our office before their surgery, to plan for possible reconstructive scenarios.

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Mohs Reconstruction, Reconstructive Surgery

Procedures: Mohs Reconstruction, Reconstructive Surgery

Before
After

Mohs Reconstruction on the Nose

Description:

Mohs micrographic surgery is a procedure performed by dermatologists to remove certain types of skin cancer including basal and squamous cell cancer. Your dermatologist will remove the skin cancer layer by layer, evaluating each sample under a microscope to make certain that all of the skin cancer has been removed. Dr. Liotta is often consulted for repair of various surgical defects that result from Mohs surgery of the face and neck.

Generally, patients scheduled to undergo Mohs resection of their skin cancers by their dermatologists are seen in our office before their surgery, to plan for possible reconstructive scenarios.

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