Skin Cancer

Skin Cancer Before & After Photos – PG 6

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Skin Cancer Patient 51


This patient was referred to Dr. Bhama by a Mohs surgeon following Mohs surgery for a non-healing wound. The wound had become infected after surgery with the outside surgeon, who requested Dr. Bhama’s assistance to close the wound. On pre-operative photos, notice the defect of the frontal scalp. Dr. Bhama discussed options with the patient in clinic, and the patient elected to proceed with surgery. Dr. Bhama performed local flap advancement and removed portions of the skin and skull bone to confirm all the cancer had been removed. Post-operative photos are shown demonstrating a completely healed wound. The patient was very pleased with the results.


Skin Cancer Patient 52


This patient was referred to Dr. Bhama by Mohs surgeon for reconstruction of a large defect of the right medial brow. On preoperative photos, noticed a large defect of the right medial brow involving a portion of the eyelid as well as the forehead. Options were discussed and the patient elected for adjacent tissue transfer closure. Surgery went well. Early postoperative photos are shown demonstrating an excellent aesthetic result. The scar will continue to fade with time. The patient was very happy with results.


Skin Cancer Patient 53


This patient was referred to Dr. Bhama by a Mohs surgeon for reconstruction following removal of a skin cancer. On pre-operative photos, notice the defect of the left ala. Options were discussed with the patient and he elected for auricular cartilage graft to support the nasal valve and full thickness skin grafting. Surgery went well. Early post operative photos are shown demonstrating an excellent aesthetic result. Notice the lack of alar retraction. He was very happy with cosmetic results and was able to breathe through his nose without difficulty.


Skin Cancer Patient 54


This patient has a history of multiple skin cancers and multiple lip surgeries. She was referred to Dr. Bhama by a Mohs surgeon for reconstruction of a wound following removal of a skin cancer. On pre-operative photos, notice the large defect of the left upper lip involving both the white and red lip and crossing the vermilliocutaneous border. Options were discussed and the patient elected for adjacent tissue transfer. Dr. Bhama performed surgery, which went well. Post-operative photos are shown demonstrating an excellent aesthetic result with preservation of the lip contour and vermilliocutaneous border contour as well. She was very happy with the results.


Skin Cancer Patient 55

Skin Cancer Patient 55

This patient was referred to Dr. Bhama by Mohs surgeon for reconstruction of a Mohs defect of the left cheek. On preoperative photos, noticed the defect of the left preauricular cheek. Options were discussed and the patient elected for closure in clinic under local anesthesia. The procedure went well. Early postoperative photos are shown demonstrating an excellent aesthetic result. The patient was very happy with results.


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