This man who had invasive skin cancer resection of the forehead, which was reconstructed with Scalp Advancement and Local Forehead Tissue Advancement.
This man underwent Mohs micrographic surgical excision of Basal Cell Cancer of his nose. He had local skin rotation to reconstruct this large defect..
This is a very pleasant gentleman in his 80's who presented with a very large scalp wound. He underwent full thickness skin graft reconstruction. He is photographed 7 months after his surgery.
This gentleman had an invasive skin cancer requiring wide excision by a Mohs surgeon. He presented for complex reconstruction of his left cheek. He did very well after this procedure and is pleased with his results.
This woman had a large skin cancer removed from her nose, requiring 2-stage reconstruction with skin from her forehead region. She has healed beautifully and is photographed 5 months after her initial surgery.
This is a man who had an aggressive skin cancer involving his cheek and nose. This complex defect was reconstructed with skin from the forehead and cheek. He is photographed almost a year after surgery, with excellent cosmetic results.
This man in his 80's had an invasive skin cancer of his left ear. Mohs surgery left him with a large defect including exposed ear cartilage. This was reconstructed with tissue from behind his ear and grafting. He is photographed almost 3 months after Mohs procedure with an excellent result.
This woman presented with a large wound of her right cheek immediately after completion of Mohs surgery. She was reconstructed by performing a version of a facelift procedure, borrowing from tissue that was lax in the cheek. She is photographed 4.5 months after her reconstructive surgery.