Skin Cancer Before and after pictures in Austin, TX, Patient 17345
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.
* Each patient is unique and individual results may vary.
Dear Dr. Buckingham,
What a wonderful surprise to see a box of flowers at our front door when we returned from Austin yesterday. The coral roses are gorgeous and smell wonderful! Would like to express my appreciation to you and your staff for making me feel very