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5 out of 5 stars Mohs Surgery
Dr. Rudolph has a passion for what he does...and it shows....he is GREAT at figuring out the proper closure and making it the BEST possible Outcome. Being an Anesthesiologist I can really appreciate his Expertise!!! He really cares about his patients, and is a Great Doctor and Human Being. (I sure WISH he was the one running for President...this 2016...that's for SURE). People with his...
American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: Yale University
Medical: MD, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, MD, 1966
Post-Medical School TrainingInternships: Internal Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, 1967
Residency: Plastic Surgery, University Hospital of Cleveland, 1974
Treatments offered at Scripps Clinic
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You should follow your plastic surgeon's advice about this. In general, allowing scabs to separate on their own is best,, in other words don't pick... READ MORE
In general, some facelifts, mainly limited minilifts, can be done with local anesthesia, sometimes with sedation. The most important aspect is... READ MORE
I had MOHs to remove basal cancer on my left nostril. Surgeon suggested it heal in for 2 weeks, does this make sense? (Photo)
You should discuss your concerns with the surgeon.In general, in this location, a flap from nearby skin is often useful in producing a closed wound.... READ MORE
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