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*Keep in mind that each patient is unique and your results may vary.
Here is a patient who had basal cell carcinoma, the most common and least aggressive of skin cancers. He was left with a nickel-sized defect that needed to be reconstructed. Drs. L&P reconstructed it using a unique local flap that involves moving... Read More
Procedure(s): Reconstructive Surgery, Reconstructive SurgeryView Case 132
Nasal Reconstruction Using a Paramedian Forehead Flap
This patient from the Central Valley came to Drs. Lieberman & Parikh for their reputation as the experts in reconstructive surgery. After her Mohs surgery, Drs. Lieberman and Parikh performed a complicated, two-stage surgery... Read More
Procedure(s): Reconstructive SurgeryView Case 46
Reconstructive Surgery on the Chin
After this woman's MOH'S surgery, she came to Drs. Lieberman and Parikh to fix the significant portion of skin that had been taken out of her chin. Now, there is almost no visible scarring or remnant of the surgery or reconstruction.
Procedure(s): Reconstructive SurgeryView Case 44
Reconstructive Surgery — Nasal Bilobed Flap
This is a 64 year old woman with a dime-sized hole in the left side of the nose after cancer removal by a Mohs surgeon in Menlo Park. We were able to reconstruct the nasal skin and muscle by rotating skin from above the defect, leaving a very normal... Read More
Procedure(s): Reconstructive SurgeryView Case 47
Reconstruction On The Nose After Skin Cancer
After having MOHS surgery, this patient came to Drs. Lieberman and Parikh for reconstruction of her nose. She opted to have the procedure done in-office under local. She says that the procedure was much easier than she expected and nobody can see any... Read More
Procedure(s): Reconstructive SurgeryView Case 45