Local skin flap is a patch of the skin taken from any part of the body to fill a nearby wound that has occurred due to surgical defect or removal of the skin lesion like skin cancer. The surgery is performed by detaching a part of the healthy skin from the donor site which may be pulled, twisted, or turned to fill the wound. These detached skin flaps will still have their blood vessels reconnected at the flap site. An experienced Cosmetic or Plastic surgeon is the right specialist for a Local Skin Flap. The success rate for the treatment is exceptionally high.