May 30, 2013 by Molly Bruno No Comment


Procedure(s): Local tissue flap reconstruction (Bilobed Flap) of nasal defect

Details: This client had MOHS excision of his nasal tip for a basal cell carcinoma and was then referred to my office for cosmetic reconstruction of the resultant defect. A specialized flap, called a bilobed flap, was used to reconstruct the defect without causing any deformities of the nostril or the nasal tip. The procedure was performed under local anesthesia with light sedation. The first photograph shows the patient the day of his procedure, immediately after closing the defect with the bilobed flap, and one month following his reconstruction. He is very happy with the contour, color match and restoration of natural shape of his nose.

Provider: Dr. Jacque LeBeau
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Molly Bruno is a receptionist and patient care coordinator at LeBeau Clinic. She works with the LeBeau Clinic staff to schedule appointments and meet the needs of our patients by making them feel comfortable and at home. She is a Pensacola native and enjoys writing.

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