Skin Cancer Reconstruction of the Nose

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This gentleman had Mohs surgery (skin cancer excision) of his nose performed by a Mohs Surgeon and came to me for the reconstruction. I utilized a combination of an advancement flap and a rotation flap to repair the excision site. This was done under local anesthesia in the office and took approximately one hour. He is shown 3 months following the repair and is quite happy with his outcome.

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