This gentleman underwent unilateral advancement flap placing the scars in his deep forehead wrinkles and as such camouflaging them postoperatively
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.
Two advancement flaps were used to achieve a minimally noticeable reconstruction for this young firefighter who is unfortunate to suffer from skin cancer at an early age.
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 nearly half of his lower eyelids removed for cancer surgery. Advancement flap and primary closure was performed with essentially no functional sequela and minimal deformity.
This young lady was very concerned about the cosmetic outcome of her skin cancer surgery. A fairly uncommon and artistic advancement flap was used for reconstruction. Two years following the surgery with no further touch ups the scars are almost imperceptible.
This lady had three skin cancers removed from her left face . The reconstruction was performed using a combination of flaps like a puzzle to strategically place scars where they will be minimally noticeable.
For this gentleman, an unusual advancement flap was performed for reconstruction of major lower ear deformity following skin cancer removal.
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 beautiful lady had skin cancer removal on her left nasal sidewall via a transposition flap technique. Three months following the surgery the scar is almost imperceptible.
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.
This 64-year-old gentleman had a major reconstruction of his left cheek melanoma. His operation required advancement of the tissue from his lower cheek and neck to cover the defect (similar to how a facelift is performed). The results here show three years post operation.
This gentleman had a large skin cancer on his nasal bridge that extended up to his cheek. We performed a two-stage forehead flap surgery on him, which has yielded quite amazing results at six months after the second stage. We also performed a skin resurfacing procedure on the patient.
This gentleman underwent a MOHS surgery for the skin cancer on his left temple. The results are at four years after the reconstruction using the A to T advancement flap.
This lady underwent reconstruction on her right cheek, as well as an eyelid tissue advancement from her mid-cheek. We also performed two steroid injections on her to soften the scar. The scars have mostly faded within eight months after her surgery.
“My experience with this doctor has been excellent. The healing process has been really great and he positioned the excision and repair on my cheek so well that the excision is barely visible already and it has only been a couple of months. I am very happy with the care I am receiving from him.”
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