This patient had a previous thyroid surgery on her neck which resulted in a tethered scar that would contract every time she would swallow. The scar revision was performed by cutting out the scar and releasing it from the underlying tissue and performing a meticulous primary closure.
This patient had partial loss of her neck and chin tissue on the left side following a traumatic dog bite. The dark tissue is the dying portion of the skin. 3 months later a complex scar revision procedure was performed by recruiting the adjacent skin and meticulous care to strategically placed the scars into natural creases of the lower chin and neck.
This 67-year-old female patient had a scar following a cancer reconstruction of her nose. She underwent skin resurfacing procedure in the office and the results, two weeks post-surgery, show excellent improvement of the texture but significant redness that has resolved in two months post-op are also revealed here.
This woman was referred to our clinic for a scar revision procedure. She had a previously unsuccessful reconstructive surgery after cancer removal. We performed a two-stage procedure on her using a novel technique called a turn-over flap. The result at six months looks excellent without make-up and we expect more scar color blending in the following months.
“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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