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All before and after pictures displayed are real patients who have consented to having their pictures published on our site. Individual results will vary with each patient and Dr. Christopher Zoumalan does not guarantee any outcomes of procedures shown. All pictures are meant for reference and illustrative purposes only.

Before and After Photos

  • Before Photo-Eyelid Skin Cancer Excision Patient 4
    After Photo-Eyelid Skin Cancer Excision Patient 4

    Preoperative Diagnosis: Left lower lid basal cell carcinoma that was biopsied in the office.

    Intraoperative picture shows up to 50 percent of the left lower lid resected (middle photo). Eyelid reconstruction will need to be performed to allow a normal, functioning eyelid. The patient underwent a myocutaneous advancement flap (Tenzel flap).

    Post surgery (Top right) photo was taken 5 months after left lower lid reconstruction using a myocutaneous advancement flap (Tenzel flap).

    Preoperative Diagnosis: Left lower lid basal cell carcinoma

    Procedure performed: Left lower lid excision of basal cell carcinoma and reconstruction using a myocutaneous advancement flap (Tenzel flap).

  • Before Photo-Eyelid Skin Cancer Excision Patient 3
    After Photo-Eyelid Skin Cancer Excision Patient 3

    Preoperative Diagnosis: Left upper lid squamous cell carcinoma that was biopsied in the office. Black lines demarcate the extent of the tumor and what was actually removed by his dermatologist using Mohs surgery.

    Procedure performed: Left upper lid excision of squamous cell carcinoma through Mohs surgery and reconstruction using a myocutaneous advancement flap (Tenzel flap).

  • Before Photo-Eyelid Skin Cancer Excision Patient 2
    After Photo-Eyelid Skin Cancer Excision Patient 2

    Preoperative Diagnosis: Right lower lid atypical pigmented lesion. Although it wasn’t a melanoma, there was still concern for it transforming into one or perhaps have microscopic cells of melanoma. As a result, she underwent excision of the lesion with free margins of normal tissue. (Middle photo)

    Procedure performed: Excision of right lower lid lesion and reconstruction using a large cheek skin flap. Photo top right shows results 4 months after surgery.

  • Before Photo-Eyelid Skin Cancer Excision Patient 1
    After Photo-Eyelid Skin Cancer Excision Patient 1

    This 75 year old female had a slowly growing left lower lid tumor. Biopsy confirmed a basal cell carcinoma. Dr. Zoumalan removed the tumor in the operating room and the margins were free of tumor. Eyelid reconstruction was preformed to close the defect which was approximately 40% in size. A local transfer of her lid and cheek tissue was used to fill in the defect. She has healed well and has excellent function of her lid with no ocular discomfort. Most importantly, the cancer has been excised. This photograph was taken four months after surgery.

    Preoperative Diagnosis: Left lower lid basal cell carcinoma.

    Procedure performed: Excision of left lower lid basal cell carcinoma, eyelid reconstruction using a Tenzelmyocutaneous advancement flap.



Disclaimer:

*Individual results may vary

All before and after pictures displayed are real patients who have consented to having their pictures published on our site. Individual results will vary with each patient and Dr. Christopher Zoumalan does not guarantee any outcomes of procedures shown. All pictures are meant for reference and illustrative purposes only.

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