Skin Cancer

Skin Cancer Before & After Photos – PG 7

Click Thumbnail to view larger images

Skin Cancer Patient 61

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.


Skin Cancer Patient 62


This patient was referred to Dr. Bhama by a Mohs surgeon for reconstruction of a medial canthal defect following Mohs surgery for skin cancer. On pre-operative photos, notice the large defect of the medial canthal region involving the upper eyelid and nasal sidewall. Options were discussed and the patient elected for skin graft. Dr. Bhama performed skin graft from the upper eyelid to reconstruct the defect under local anesthetic. Dermabrasion was performed at a separate setting. Post-operative photos are shown demonstrating an excellent cosmetic result with no distortion of the palpebral aperture or medial canthus. The scar will soften with time. The patient was very pleased with the results.


Skin Cancer Patient 63


This patient was referred to Dr. Bhama by Mohs surgeon after excision of a skin cancer from the left side of the nose. On preoperative photos, noticed the full-thickness defect of the left nasal ala. Options were discussed and the patient elected for auricular cartilage grafting, nasal valve repair, mucosal advancement flap for the inner lining, and medial labial interpolated flap for the skin. Surgery went well and early postoperative photos are shown demonstrating complete restoration of the nasal valve region. Her scar will continue to fade with time. She was able to breathe well through her nose and was very happy with the cosmetic outcome.


Skin Cancer Patient 64


This patient was seen by Dr. Bhama for discussion of reconstructive options following removal of a skin cancer from the nose by Mohs surgeon. Options were discussed and the patient elected for paramedian forehead flap reconstruction. Dr. Bhama performed paramedian forehead flap reconstruction using auricular cartilage grafting to support the nasal valve. Several refining procedures were also performed. The patient was very happy with the results.


Skin Cancer Patient 65


This patient was referred to Dr. Bhama for reconstruction of a nasal defect after Mohs surgery. On preoperative photography, noticed the large defect involving the nasal dorsum as well as the sidewall. Options were discussed and the patient elected for paramedian forehead flap reconstruction. Surgery went well. Intermediate photos are shown demonstrating the forehead flap in place. The patient underwent several postoperative touchup procedures as well. Her postoperative photos are shown demonstrating excellent result. She was very happy with the results of surgery.


Skin Cancer Patient 66


This patient was referred to Dr. Bhama by Mohs surgeon for reconstruction of a nasal defect following Mohs surgery for a basal cell carcinoma on the nasal dorsum. On preoperative photos, noticed the defect of the nasal dorsum. Options were discussed with the patient and she elected for local flap closure under local anesthesia without sedation. Surgery went well and postoperative dermabrasion was performed. Very early postop photos are shown demonstrating excellent camouflage of the flap. The appearance of the scar will continue to improve with time. The patient was very happy with results.


Skin Cancer Patient 67


This patient was referred to Dr. Bhama by a Mohs surgeon for reconstruction of the defect following Mohs surgery for skin cancer of the left cheek. On preoperative photos noticed a large defect of the left cheek. Options were discussed with the patient and she elected for adjacent tissue transfer. Early postoperative photos are shown demonstrating an excellent cosmetic result. She was very happy with results and the scar will continue to improve with time.


Skin Cancer Patient 68


This patient presented to Dr. Bhama with a very large skin cancer of the left cheek. He did not wish to wait for Mohs surgery. Dr. Bhama performed staged surgical excision using a peripheral margin assessment technique under local anesthesia followed by excision of the cancer and reconstruction using a cervicofacial advancement flap. Early post-operative photos are shown demonstrating an excellent cosmetic result with complete preservation of the facial nerve.


Skin Cancer Patient 69


This patient was referred to Dr. Bhama by Mohs surgeon with a defect of the right nasal sidewall. She had a previous history of nasal reconstruction. On preoperative photographs, notice the scar of the lower sidewall on the right side as well as the defect of the right upper sidewall. Options were discussed and the patient elected for adjacent tissue transfer reconstruction. Early postoperative photos are shown demonstrating an excellent aesthetic result. The patient was very happy. The scar will continue to fade with time.


Skin Cancer Patient 70


This patient as referred to Dr. Bhama for a Mohs defect of the right medial canthal region. On preoperative photos noticed the defect of the right medial canthal area. Options were discussed and the patient elected for adjacent tissue transfer closure. Surgery went well and early postoperative photos are shown. The patient was very happy with results. The scar will continue to fade with time.


Photo Disclaimer: Before & After photographs shown on this site are actual patients who have given permission to have their photos published. They are for illustrative purposes only. Individual results vary. Reputable surgeons do not guarantee outcomes and no prediction of outcome is implied. Individual healing characteristics and unexpected complications can affect the outcome of any surgery.

Previous Next

Schedule a Consultation

Contact us below or call 425.316.5080
We're here to help answer your questions or get you started with a constultation.

contact us today