Dr. Bryant treats a wide variety of patients head and neck reconstruction after experiencing trauma or cancer. Patients may see him for repair after being diagnosed with skin cancer, or after facial trauma resulting in either soft-tissue injury, facial bone fractures, or both.
Ear Lobe Reconstruction
This patient wanted repair of her ear lobe after her earring tore through several years ago. Local anesthesia was used in the office to allow for a painless in-office treatment. Photos are before and 1 week after the procedure.
These two patients underwent reconstructive surgery after MOHS excision of skin cancer. These procedures are typically done in the office setting and do not require general anesthesia. They take approximately 1 hour.