Drs. Sedwick and Magill treat all forms of head and neck cancer, including cancers of the skin. The treatment of head and neck cancer, thyroid cancer, and skin cancer require careful planning to ensure the best possible functional and cosmetic outcomes. Cancer care often requires a team of experts to address all of your needs.
Head & Neck Cancer Care
We provide expert care using advanced technology to help patients with cancers in the head and neck, including the mouth, throat, larynx and parotid and thyroid. These diseases are typically very curable if diagnosed in the early stages.
Treatment of head and neck cancer may require surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, or a combination of these. Dr. Magill and Dr. Sedwick are expertly trained and highly skilled in head and neck cancer treatment. You will receive up to date information about your cancer treatment options and the highest level of care with our doctors.
The diagnosis of skin cancer often requires a biopsy of a suspicious area, which can be done in our office. Once the diagnosis is made, we will assess your individual situation and recommend the best treatment plan for you. We will then provide you the information you need to make informed choices about your health.
Skin cancer can occur when the normal cells in the skin begin growing abnormally and destroying or disrupting surrounding skin and structures. The three main types of skin cancer include:
As part of our cancer care, we offer reconstruction of areas affected by cancer to restore form and function. Dr. Magill and Dr. Sedwick perform facial plastic surgery to accomplish reconstruction goals for the individualized needs of patients.
Mohs Surgery Repair
Mohs surgery is a technique of skin cancer removal that aims to remove minimal normal skin or tissue, while completely removing the skin cancer. The removal of minimal normal skin and tissue is of utmost importance on the face. Learn more about Mohs surgery on the American College of Mohs Surgery website.
Dr. Magill and Dr. Sedwick perform Mohs surgery repair, which involves reconstruction of the affected area following Mohs surgery for skin cancer removal. Common areas for Mohs surgery reconstruction include the forehead, eyelids, nose, cheek and mouth.
For additional information, contact our office to schedule an appointment.