Scar Management

Scars form after any break in the skin, including any surgical procedure.  Problem scars are more common after trauma, or where there is a problem with the initial healing.  Scars that are unsightly or that cause function limitation are often treatable by a range of surgical and non-surgical measures.

Soft tissue reconstruction

As part of the treatment of major injuries, as well as treating complex fractures, achieving soft tissue healing is a crucial part of achieving a good result. Either as part of the initial management or subsequent corrective surgery, soft tissue reconstruction may take the form of skin grafting, reorganizing skin and muscle in the affected area, or transporting tissue from another part of the body with microsurgery.

Skin Cancer

In addition to providing soft tissue reconstruction for major trauma and cancer excision, we also treat skin cancers including basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and malignant melanoma