New York Nose Reconstruction Photos

Oleh Slupchynskyj, MD, Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon

MOHS Excision and Nasal Reconstruction

Male patient who underwent a MOHS Excision of a Basal Cell Carcinoma of the left nasal tip.
This patient was presented to Dr. Slupchynskyj for nasal reconstruction. A bi-lobed inferiorly
based labial flap was outlined and incised, and placed into position for reconstruction of
the nasal tip. The after picture shows a perfect reconstructive result where the patient is
3 months post-operative.

MOHS Excision and Nasal Reconstruction

 

MOHS Reconstructive Surgery

Female patient who had a defect of the left nasal alar following MOHS excision of a Basal Cell
Carcinoma with another physician. This is a complex reconstruction. She is 1 month post-operative
after a superior based nasal flap was set into place, restoring the left nasal alar.

MOHS Reconstructive Surgery

 

MOHS Surgery Nose

Male patient who underwent a MOHS excision of a right side Basal Cell Carcinoma.
The MOHS Surgery included excision of the entire left nasal alla, superior left lateral wall,
medial naso-labial tissue, as well as right upper lip. The reconstruction involved: a) forehead
flap reconstruction using multiple septal and auricular cartilage grafts for rebuilding
of the right lateral nasal side wall, b) complex advancement nasolabial flap with,
c) an inferior based lip flap that was advanced medially. In addition to the three
flaps described, the patient also had a free auricular composite graft to re-align the
floor of the right nasal vestibule. He is seen 3 months post-operative in the last “after” photos.

MOHS excision Basal Cell Carcinoma

 

Basal Cell Carcinoma – Nasal Tip

Female patient had a Basal Cell Carcinoma of the left nasal tip. She underwent excision
of the left nasal tip and reconstruction with a bi-lobed naso-labial advancement flap.

Basal Cell Carcinoma

 

Nasal Cancer and Reconstructive Surgery

Male patient who had a Basal Cell Carcinoma of the left lateral nasal side wall. An excision
of the Basal Cell was performed with negative margins. Reconstructive Surgery by
Dr. Slupchynskyj involved using a bi-lobed naso-labial advancement flap. The patient
is 3 months post-operative with results shown.

Nasal Cancer and Reconstructive Surgery

 

Nose Reconstruction

Injury defect correction.


 

Complex Nasal Reconstruction for Nasal Cancer

50 year old female with a Basal Cell Carcinoma defect from a Moh’s excision. Dr. Slupchynskyj
successfully reconstructed her nasal tip using a complex composite cutaneous-cartilage
graft. She is 2 months post-operative in the after photo.


 

Nose Reconstruction

Injury defect correction.


 

Nose Reconstruction from Skin Cancer

Removal Skin Cancer from nose.



 

Nose Reconstruction from Skin Cancer

Removal Skin Cancer from nose; reconstruction of Cancer removal with flap from scalp.




 

Moh’s Basal Cell Skin Carcinoma Removal

49 year old male with a history of Moh’s Basal Cell Skin Carcinoma excision of the nose.
Dr. Slupchynskyj performed Facial Plastic Surgery to cosmetically reconstruct
the Moh’s defect, resulting in a scarless Rhinoplasty result.

 

Skin Cancer

Removal Skin Cancer from nose.

 

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