Nasolabial Flap for Skin Cancer Repair: Typical Plastic Surgery Results

Before Nasolabial Flap Skin Cancer Nasal Repair

Before Nasolabial Flap Skin Cancer Nasal Repair

After Nasolabial Flap Skin Cancer Nasal Repair

After Nasolabial Flap Skin Cancer Nasal Repair




This patient is pictured here before and after nasal reconstruction for skin cancer. This patient had a large defect of the left nasal ala and cheek following removal of a skin cancer (basal cell carcinoma) using Moh’s surgery technique. This skin cancer defect was reconstructed in a staged fashion with a left ear cartilage graft and left pedicled nasolabial flap. Three weeks following the initial operation, the healed flap pedicle was divided and inset. Pictured above is a typical result following repair of this type of defect. The patient has not undergone an elective third stage for flap thinning and contour.

*photos on this post are of an actual patient of Dr. Brenner.

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