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Cancer and Trauma Reconstruction

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The emotional and physical toll of cancer and trauma can be profound. Dr. Bryant and REFINE Facial Plastic Surgery and Aesthetics offer a complete range of surgical and nonsurgical services to help you in your recovery process.

Our Approach

Due to the complex and intricate anatomy of the head and neck, skin cancers in this area are often treated by a dermatologist using a special method called MOHS surgery to remove the skin cancer completely, while only removing the absolute minimum of nearby healthy tissue. After the skin cancer has been successfully removed, the dermatologic surgeon may refer their patient to a facial plastic surgeon for closure of the surgical wound.

Dr. Bryant will often perform MOHS wound closures on the same day as the patient’s cancer removal surgery. If the procedure needs to be delayed or treated in the operating room, the surgical plan and options for treatment will carefully be reviewed in advance so you can be comfortable and confident in the plan.

In addition to cancer reconstructions, Dr. Bryant treats patients who have suffered from traumatic injuries to the face, such as facial fractures, broken noses, skin injuries, scar revision, facial trauma reconstruction, and cancer reconstruction. These injuries may be treated immediately in the emergency room, or in the outpatient setting within one of the surgical procedure rooms at our clinic.

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Facial Reconstruction

Dr. Bryant offers reconstructive facial and ear procedures for patients who have suffered from cancer, trauma, or have deformities. Reconstruction procedures can help cosmetically repair facial fractures or soft-tissue injuries.

Facial Reconstruction

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Dr. Bryant offers reconstructive facial and ear procedures for patients who have suffered from cancer, trauma, or have deformities. Reconstruction procedures can help cosmetically repair facial fractures or soft-tissue injuries.

Before and After

Cleft Lip Rhinoplasty Repair

Ear Trauma Hematoma Repair

Earwell Nonsurgical Ear Molding Birth Defect

In-Office Ear Lobe Earring Repair

Revision Cleft Lip and Rhinoplasty Repair

Revision Rhinoplasty with Cartilage Grafting

Rib Cartilage Graft for Microtia Ear Reconstruction

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