At Bel Air Center

For Plastic and Hand

Skin Reconstruction

About Skin Reconstruction

Skin cancers can be life threatening but are fortunately one of the easiest to catch early.


If you are diagnosed with skin cancer, your doctor may recommend surgical removal of the affected tissue in order to prevent spread of the disease. Depending on the type of cancer and the size of the lesion, the removal of skin cancer may require reconstructive surgery.


Patients who have had or are planning to have Mohs surgery often consult with plastic surgeons regarding their options for repair and treatment of the Mohs defect.  


What is Mohs Surgery?  It is surgical technique performed by a dermatologist that systematically removes layers of skin that are known to be cancerous. Each layer is systematically examined and removed until only cancer free tissue remains. 


Reconstructive surgeons work to replace tissue and minimize scarring. Bel Air Center surgeons are expertly trained to work with a variety of tissue transplantation and reconstruction methods. 

Confidence and Wellness

We look forward to finding out how we can help.

Use our Contact Us section below to request an appointment, or give us a call at 1-410-569-5155 to schedule your next visit.



Take control of your confidence and well-being. Schedule a private consultation today.

The staff at Bel Air Center for Plastic and Hand are always happy to address any of your questions.  We understand that every patient is unique, and specifically aim to cater our care to reflect our patients' needs.  



Bel Air South Professional Center

2012 South Tollgate Road, Suite 100

Bel Air, MD 21015

Ramon A. DeJesus, M.D., FACS

Mathew A. Thomas, M.D.

Eric Davies, PA-C

Rachel Pigott, OT, CHT

Stefanie Stevenson, OT, CHT

Affiliated with:

University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health

University of Maryland

Johns Hopkins University

Office Hours:

M-F  8:00am - 4:00 pm