Facial Cosmetic Surgery - Livonia Center for Specialty Care
The University of Michigan remains a leader in the treatment of basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma as well as melanoma. Performed by specially-trained dermatologists, this process has close to a 100% cure rate for non-melanoma skin cancers, while at the same time preserving a maximal amount of normal tissue. For more extensive skin cancers, care is coordinated through a multidisciplinary team of Mohs (a form of skin cancer surgery) surgeons, facial plastic surgeons, head and neck surgeons, oculoplastic (structures around the eye) surgeons and radiation oncologists.
Learn more by visiting the Center for Facial Cosmetic Surgery's website.
Free parking is available for patients.