This unfortunate lady had a large melanoma in a sensitive area and wide excision of the cancer was performed. A large rotation flap from her lower cheek with strategic placement of the scars was performed. The result is about one year out and following multiple sessions of steroid injection to soften the scars.
This unfortunate lady had a very destructive skin cancer on her nose which resulted in losing nearly half of her nasal structures. A demanding reconstructive surgery protocol in three stages using a forehead flap, multiple intranasal flaps and cartilages from both ears were used. Following these surgeries her nasal breathing which was previously restricted due to an unsuccessful septoplasty also improved.
This gentleman had a near-quarter sized defect on his nasal tip following a skin cancer removal treatment. The reconstruction was performed with the release of the tissue, a unique design to minimize contour issues, and improvements on the drooping tip. It was no surprise that, two months after, the patient reported that he experienced better breathing compared to his preoperative condition.
This 87 year old gentleman had a conjuncted skin cancer on his left cheek and lower eyelid. He underwent a cancer reconstruction treatment using a V-Y advancement flap. Nine months post-operation, the surgery resulted in optimal functionality without any trace of weakness in eyelid retraction.
Comfort & Transparency From Start To Finish
When under the care of Dr. Sedgh, you will feel comfortable, cared for, and you will understand every aspect of your upcoming treatment, whether surgical or non-surgical. His approach to facial enhancement is to achieve a refreshed, natural look – with transparency, honesty, and the highest level of ethical treatment, from start to finish.