Skin Cancer before and after, frontal
Skin Cancer before and after, lateral right
Skin Cancer before and after, operation room
This young woman had what appeared to be a rather small spot on the end of her nose which was biopsied and shown to be a skin cancer. She underwent Mohs excision by a dermatologist and which resulted in the rather large deep defect of her nasal tip shown. She underwent a two stage reconstruction with placement of a forehead flap and cartilage graft in the first stage followed by division of the flap 3 weeks later.
Her photos demonstrate the reconstructive result with a nearly imperceptible nasal scarring and excellent contour. Her forehead has a minimal vertical scar where the forehead flap was harvested to rebuild the nose.
* All patients are unique and individual results may vary.
- Edward D. Buckingham, M.D.
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