Plastic Surgery for Skin Cancer & Tumors
At the Parker Center in Paramus, New Jersey
Skin cancer is one of the most prevalent cancers affecting men and women in New Jersey – one in six of us will develop some form of skin cancer in our lifetime. If you’ve been diagnosed with skin cancer or have a pre-cancerous lesion, we invite you to contact Dr. Parker for a consultation to discuss your options for tumor removal, and if needed, reconstructive surgery after treatment.
What type of skin cancer surgery does Dr. Parker perform?
Dr. Parker is board certified in plastic surgery and has over 25 years of surgical experience. He will work closely with your dermatologist to determine the best course of treatment. He can remove many types of precancerous and cancerous lesions himself in our fully accredited, on-site surgical center. When more extensive surgery is performed by another specialist, Dr. Parker will often perform the reconstructive procedure to help restore a natural appearance to the treated area.
Before & After: Skin Cancer Treatment
This patient underwent Mohs surgery to remove a basal cell skin cancer from the left side of his nose. Dr. Parker then reconstructed the defect by shifting adjacent skin and underlying tissues into it to leave imperceptible scarring. Click to see before & after photos of skin cancer surgery patients
About Skin Cancer Treatment at the Parker Center
- Removal of Benign Lesions
- Removal of Precancerous Lesions
- Mohs’ Surgery
- Surgical Excision of Malignant Lesions (Basal & Squamous Cell Cancers)
- Surgical Excision of Malignant Melanomas
Scheduling a Consultation
Patients wishing to see Dr. Parker for an in office consultation may schedule an appointment by calling our office between 9 AM and 5 PM. Or, if more convenient, by filling out our online contact form. Our front office staff makes every effort to schedule these appointments in a timely manner.
“My experience was amazing. I had a large cyst removed and was concerned about scarring. Dr. Parker’s work left a barely noticeable line due to the fact that he took the extra time before surgery to check my neck from all angles with me sitting as well as laying down so he could be sure his work would blend in. I did not have any discomfort at all. Dr. Parker and his staff are truly caring and go the extra mile to make sure patients are comfortable and clear about follow-up care. My internist was also impressed during a routine visit shortly after Dr. Parker performed the procedure.”—Skin Cancer Patient
Patient Education About Skin Cancer
Dr. Parker is passionate about educating patients about skin cancer, and has written several articles on the topic, including ways to protect your skin and recognize tumors and detailed information about skin cancer treatment options. We encourage you to read through the following to help educate yourself about what you can do to keep your skin healthy and protected: