Blemishes of the body surface as a result of accidents or cancer can almost always be occluded through special wound care or plastic surgery. The possibilities range from skin transplantation and artificial skin to skin expansion and shifting of own tissue and right up free transplantations of muscle and skin. In some cases those procedures can be very complex. They must be discussed with the patient and a treatment plan has to be compiled. Functional and aesthetic requirements play a major role in this regard.
|Surgery time||depends on localization and extent|
|Narcosis||local anesthetic or general anesthesia|
|Presentability||depends on localization and extent|
|Workableness||depends on localization and extent|