face reconstruction

Case 1: The patient underwent wide local excision of a facial skin cancer, and is seen immediately after excision of the skin cancer and immediately after closure of the defect, and then at clinic follow up.

Case 2: The patient is shown immediately after excision of a skin cancer on the temple, and is seen immediately after closure of the skin defect.

Case 3: The patient is shown immediately after excision of a skin cancer on the temple, and is seen immediately after closure of the skin defect in the operating room, and then 3 weeks after the operation at a clinic follow up visit.

Case 4: The patient is shown immediately before excision of a skin cancer of the cheek, and is seen immediately after closure of the skin defect in the operating room with movement of local skin to fill the defect.

Case 5: The patient is shown immediately before excision of a skin cancer of the face, and is seen immediately after closure of the skin defect in the operating room with movement of local skin to fill the defect.

Case 6: The patient is shown immediately after excision of a skin cancer of the cheek, and is seen immediately after closure of the skin defect in the operating room, and then in follow up 2 weeks later.

Case 7: The patient is shown immediately before and after excision of a skin cancer of the the junction between the cheek and the jawline, and is seen immediately after closure of the skin defect in the operating room.

Case 8: A child is shown immediately before and after repair of multiple dog bites to the face in the operating room.

Case 9: A fracture of the orbital floor (base of the eye) is shown on a CT scan before and after repair with a titanum mesh plate.

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