Makes it look like the skin cancer never happened
The American College of Mohs Surgery (ACMS) is a membership organization of fellowship trained skin cancer and reconstructive surgeons. As a member of the ACMS, Dr. Mott has been formally trained in all aspects of skin cancer reconstruction.
A skin cancer can happen literally anywhere the sun hits the skin. It turns out the most common areas for developing skin cancer are the areas with the most cumulative exposure. Often times, these are delicate areas of the face involving the eyelids, nose, ears and lips. The repair of these difficult areas demands the formal training and experience obtained through an ACMS-certified fellowship.
Dr. Mott specializes in advance repairs of the nose, eyelids, ears and lips, as well as the remainder of the face. He brings 15 years of reconstructive experience from his previous practice in Hawaii. The following examples are representative of the skill he provides to repair skin cancers. The goals are always two-fold: Cure the cancer; and make it look like the skin cancer never happened!