Other Facial Surgery Before & After Photos
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Other Facial Surgery Patient 11
This patient presented to Dr. Bhama with a chief complaint of protruding ears. On preoperative photos, noticed the protruding ears on both sides with the widened auricular mastoid distance. Also noticed attenuation of the antihelical folds. Options were discussed and the patient and her family elected for bilateral otoplasty. Dr. Bhama performed otoplasty using multiple techniques, including skin excision, cartilage scoring, and Mustarde sutures. Early postoperative photos are shown demonstrating a dramatic improvement in her auricular appearance and stronger antihelical folds bilaterally. She was very happy with the result.
Other Facial Surgery Patient 12
This patient was referred to Dr. Bhama for a lesion of the right medial canthus region. Dr. Bhama discussed options with the patient and family, and they elected for excision under local anesthetic. Dr. Bhama performed surgery under local anesthesia only. Surgery went well. Early post-operative photos are shown. The patient and family were very happy with results. The scar will continue to fade with time.
Other Facial Surgery Patient 13
This patient presented to Dr. Bhama requesting removal of the scalp mass. Options were discussed and the patient elected for excision under local anesthetic. Surgery went well and early postoperative photos are shown. The scar will continue to improve with time and the patient was very happy with the results.
Other Facial Surgery Patient 14
This patient presented to Dr. Bhama with a Keloid of the right ear. Options were discussed and the patient elected for excision and steroid injection. Surgery went well and post-op photos are shown demonstrating an excellent aesthetic result. She was very happy with the outcome.
Other Facial Surgery Patient 15
This patient presented to Dr. Bhama with a tumor of the left nasal cavity. On pre-op exam, notice the large mass on the inside of the nasal cavity attached to the inside of the nasal dome. Dr. Bhama excised the mass and reconstructed the defect using a graft from the ear. There patient healed well and was very happy with the results. She could breathe better and retained the appearance of her nose.
Other Facial Surgery Patient 16
This patient presented to Dr. Bhama with a chief complaint of nasal obstruction. He had undergone 2 previous rhinoplasty surgeries by other surgeons. Options were discussed and he elected for Latera implant. This is a procedure that can be done under local anesthesia in clinic with no sedation. Post procedure photos are shown. Noticed that there has been no major change in the appearance of the nose. He was very happy with results and was able to breathe through his nose much better after the procedure.
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