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  • Texas Facial Aesthetics

    Your Face Deserves a Specialist

    At Texas Facial Aesthetics, we specialize exclusively in the treatment of the face, eyes, nose, scalp, and neck. We combine meticulous technique and delicate artistry to provide each patient with a personalized, natural result that reflects their own inner beauty.

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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)

Patient 1

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Case #2566 - Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)

Woman with circular cheek defect secondary to skin cancer that was excised with Mohs micrographic surgery and then reconstructed. Post-op photos are at 6 weeks and reveal minor redness, which will continue to fade.

Procedure by Matthew Richardson, M.D.

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 2

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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
Case #2572 - Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)

Man with two simultaneous skin cancers (squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma) along the border of the lower lip which were both excised with Mohs micrographic surgery and then reconstructed using local tissue flaps. Post-op photos are at 2 months post-op.

Procedure by Matthew Richardson, M.D.

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 3

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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
Case #2640 - Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)

Large nasal defect secondary to skin cancer that was removed using Mohs micrographic surgery and then reconstructed using a paramedian forehead flap. Scars are still fading at 4 months and have not been treated with any resurfacing treatments. Scars will continue to fade and mature over time.

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 4

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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
Case #2942 - Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)

Repair of a facial skin defect from a skin cancer that was removed with Mohs micrographic surgery and then sent to us for reconstruction. An adjacent tissue transfer (V to Y flap) was used for reconstruction. Scar will continue to fade over time.

Procedure performed by Matthew Richardson, MD

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 5

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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
Case #3329 - Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)

Skin cancer defect of the nose that was repaired with a local tissue flap from the side of the nose. After photos are 2 months postop.

Procedure by Matthew Richardson, MD

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 6

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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
Case #4060 - Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)

55-64 year old man treated with Facial Reconstructive Surgery
Patient with a skin cancer of the left upper lip that was removed at the dermatologist using Mohs surgery.
Patient then was sent to us for reconstruction. Local tissue flaps were used to repair the large defect, which is totally healed at 3 months post-op.

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 7

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Case #4751 - Surgical

This patient underwent Mohs micrographic surgery for removal of a basal cell skin cancer from the right nasal tip, followed by reconstructive surgery with a Bilobe Flap. Postoperative photo was taken approximately one month after reconstructive surgery.

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 8

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Case #4759 - Surgical

Large facial defect following Mohs surgery reconstructed with bilobed flap. Results shown just under 3 months after surgery.

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 9

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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
Case #5163 - Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)

Skin cancer reconstruction for a defect on the nose. Postop photos shown at 2 months.

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 10

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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
Case #5169 - Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)

Cheek reconstruction results at just under 3 months postop without makeup. Scar is still pink and will fade with time. Skin cancer defect reconstructed with local tissue flap.

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 11

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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
Case #5176 - Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)

1 month postoperative views of a skin cancer reconstruction on the nose using a local tissue flap

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 12

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Case #444 - Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)

Nasal Reconstruction

Procedure performed by Matthew Richardson, M.D.

Individual results may vary.

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Patient 13

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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
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Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)
Case #1253 - Skin Cancer Reconstruction (Mohs Repair)

Procedure by Matthew Richardson, M.D.

Nasal skin cancer reconstruction

Man whose skin cancer was resected from the bottom of the nose (columella) and reconstructed with a skin graft. Skin graft will continue to flatten out and smooth out over time.

Individual results may vary.

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