pre and post surgery images
To see before and after photos for any surgical operation, please click on the corresponding procedure from the list below. All images are from past clients; to request more information about any particular procedure, please call today or fill out the form at the bottom of a page.
MOHS surgery is a specialized technique used to remove skin cancers with a high cure rate and maximum preservation of healthy tissue. During the procedure, thin layers of skin are removed and examined under a microscope until all cancerous cells have been removed. The surgery is typically done under local anesthesia and has a high success rate.
A skin graft is a surgical procedure in which a piece of skin is taken from one area of the body, called the donor site, and transplanted to another area, called the recipient site. The procedure is commonly used to treat burns, injuries, and certain skin conditions, and can help promote healing and reduce scarring.
Cranioplasty is a surgical procedure in which a section of the skull is repaired or replaced. This can be done for a variety of reasons, including trauma, infection, or deformity. The procedure involves removing a section of the skull and replacing it with a synthetic or biological material to restore the integrity and appearance of the skull.
A lip laceration is a disruption or tear in the tissue of the lip, which can result from a diverse array of causes, such as accidental falls, bites, sporting mishaps, or other unpredictable incidents. Lip lacerations can present with varying degrees of severity, ranging from minor wounds to more significant tears that warrant prompt medical intervention. Timely management of a lip laceration is crucial to minimize the risk of infection and scarring, and may involve meticulous wound cleaning, closure with sutures, application of pressure to halt bleeding, or prescription of antibiotics to stave off infection. In select cases, surgery may be deemed necessary to restore optimal function and aesthetics to the affected lip.
Frontal Sinus Fracture
A frontal sinus fracture is a type of facial fracture that involves a break or crack in the bony structure of the forehead just above the eyebrows. It occurs when a force is applied to the front of the head, such as in a car accident, sports injury, or fall.The frontal sinus is an air-filled cavity located within the frontal bone of the skull, which serves as a protective barrier for the brain. When this area is damaged, it can cause pain, swelling, and tenderness in the forehead, as well as bruising around the eyes and nose. Treatment for a frontal sinus fracture depends on the severity of the injury. If the fracture is severe or if there is displacement of the bone fragments, surgery may be required to repair the damage and prevent complications such as infection or fluid buildup.
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