Whether you have sustained a traumatic injury or have undergone a procedure to eliminate cancerous tissue, you’re probably familiar with the emotional and physical strain associated with both scenarios. While either case can present hardship, Dr. Bryant and his team excel in cancer and trauma reconstruction to help you regain a happier, healthier quality of life.
REFINE Facial Plastic Surgery & Aesthetics is your premier destination for compassionate care and the latest and greatest cutting-edge reconstructive procedure, specifically for cancer and trauma patients. Dr. Lucas Bryant is a Board Certified Head and Neck Surgeon with specialties in cosmetic facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Bryant and our team look forward to renewing your lust for life. Contact us today to schedule your consultation.
Cancer and Trauma Reconstructive Surgery
Injuries afflicted toward the neck, head, and face– like those created as a result of a care accident, sports injury, fall, or cancer procedure– can be a trying experience. From scar correction to more complex reconstruction, Dr. Bryant has helped many people feel like the best version of themselves through highly advanced reconstructive surgery techniques and technologies.
Dr. Bryant and his team treat patients who may have recently undergone surgery that removed cancerous tissue, such as MOHS surgery. Additionally, we can remedy a wide array of traumatic afflictions toward the head and neck, some examples being:
- Acute or old factual trauma
- Soft-tissue injury
- Facial bone fractures
- Affected facial features due to an automobile accident
- Scars left behind from MOHS surgery or an accident
- Sealing wounds created from MOHS surgery
- Nasal reconstruction– otherwise known as septoplasty– to correct cosmetic abnormalities or impaired breathing
For those seeking septoplasty, we perform some of the most advanced treatments to treat internal and external nasal valve complications. Learn more by scheduling your initial consultation with us today.
Candidates for Cancer and Trauma Reconstructive Surgery
Patients who may have experienced a significant injury to their profile or have undergone MOHS or another cancer-removal procedure may quality for cancer and trauma reconstructive surgery. Dr. Bryant will carefully evaluate the designated area and discuss some aspects of your medical history with you to determine the best approach for your distinctive needs.
Our team at REFINE Facial Plastic Surgery & Aesthetics hopes you’ll never experience trauma from an accident or a cancer procedure. Should the unfortunate circumstances arise, Dr. Bryant and his skilled team can help you get back to living your best life. Contact us today to schedule your consultation. We’d be happy to discuss your situation and address any questions or concerns you may have.
Before and Afters
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.