Patient demonstrates large defect from skin cancer removal which included the eyelid and cheek totaling 7cm in diameter. Reconstruction was undertaken and included a skin graft to the lower eyelid and flap of the cheek. Importantly, the patient was treated with four sessions of customized anti-scarring treatment to expand the tissue and dissolve the scarring. Patient is shown approximately 9 months after original cancer reaction. No surgical revisions were needed.
This patient underwent a radical excision of recurrent Melanoma and reconstruction of her left lower lid, nasal side wall, and cheek.
This patient presented with recurrent melanoma on the left side of his face. He underwent Mohs surgery and upper eyelid reconstruction; this was followed by scar therapy done using 5FU injections.