Partially or completely torn earlobes can cause physical and emotional scars. Incompletely torn earlobes can occur over time just from wearing heavy earrings. Torn earlobes can occur as a result of trauma; usually, this occurs from having earrings pulled on or getting them caught on something.
Moles can be bothersome to patients and in some cases may indicate cancerous cell growth. If there is any rapid growth, pain, bleeding, itching, scabbing, or change in color, the mole should be biopsied. This procedure will provide us with a diagnosis to determine if the mole has to be removed.
Abdominal hernias are a tough problem to fix with a notoriously high recurrence rate. Dr. Jandali performs abdominal hernia repairs with a general surgeon and uses the best and safest meshes to reinforce the repairs. He will often use the new biologic meshes when appropriate.
Dr. Jandali removes skin cancers on sensitive areas, like the face, as well as large skin cancers anywhere on the body. He hides the scars in natural skin folds and uses grafting when necessary. Dr. Jandali treats basal cell, squamous cell, melanoma, and rarer forms of skin cancer.
Scars from previous surgeries or trauma can often be dark, widened, hypertrophic, or keloid. Dr. Jandali removes old scars and uses special plastic surgical suturing techniques to ensure thinner and flatter scars. He also performs steroid injections into thick scars that don't need complete removal.