Are you familiar with Mohs surgery?
If so, what was your experience?
“Yes. On my forehead a couple of years ago for an invasive SCC. I was lucky - it was caught early and I only needed one pass. My surgeon was excellent. Even with 12 internal stitches and 14 external, the scar is almost invisible.”
“I've had seven Mohs procedures all were a good experience. All have healed well and scarring has been minimal for the most part. I especially like knowing the margins are clear when I leave.”
“Had Mohs in October and reconstruction a few weeks later. My surgeons were amazing. My scars are barely visible after 4 months!”
“My mum had BCC on her eyelid and had Mohs surgery and plastic surgery afterward. She was very happy with result.”
“I’m 43 and have had 10 Mohs surgeries. I’ve had great surgeons. Skin cancer sucks!”
“I’ve had three! I love it. Well. As much as you can like a surgery. You leave knowing the cancer is gone.”
“I’ve had two Mohs surgeries, both for squamous cell carcinoma. One was on my nose, the other on my chin. Both healed well.”
“I had one done on a melanoma on my upper back. Left a big scar, but I'm grateful surgery was the only treatment I need for cancer.”
“I had a squamous cell on the side of my forehead and was fortunate that I only needed one pass. It was no problem. I have a great surgeon.”
“I have had over 20 surgeries now and so far they have all been very successful. I am pretty scarred up but I prefer a scar over cancer any day.”