Before and after Mohs Surgery. Scroll through to see various images depicting cancers and results after reconstruction surgery performed by Oculoplastic Surgeon Dr Anthony Maloof, based in Sydney, Australia.
A very large hole from Basal Cell Carcinoma. Instead of an unsightly skin graft, a face rotation flap produced an almost invisible line on the side of the nose.
Complete loss of the inner part of the lower eyelid. Reconstruction of the lid including lashes.
Complete loss of middle of the lower eyelid after Mohs surgery. Restoration of both appearance and function so that the surgical repair is effectively invisiible.
Large hold right in the middle of her forehead. Complex repair followed by dermabrasion to restore appearance.
Cancer left too long it can spread far and wide. Losing the eyelids causes blindness. Reconstruction aimed to preserve vision first.
Full defect in the middle of the lower eyelid following Mohs surgery. Aesthetically pleasing outcome at just 6 weeks after surgery.
A large defect in the outer aspect of the lower eyelid after Mohs surgery. Wound healing, curvature and shape have settled into an aesthetically pleasing natural appearance.
Huge full thickness defect in the central left lower eyelid after Mohs surgery. Facial flap which allowed restoration of lashes and hiding the scar by turning it into a line.
This man had cancer removal and repair WITHOUT Mohs surgery and Oculoplastic repair.
Apart from an unsightly result, the lower eyelid continues going downwards causing irritation and discomfort
Better to avoid this if possible.
This young lady had a BCC removed from the corner of the eye and a Mohs reconstruction.
This is the appearance just 3 weeks after Mohs repair.
This young lady had a BCC on her lower eyelid, but the biopsy was reported as normal.
She has a beautiful aesthetic result after removal and Mohs repair.
Mohs repair at one week. This man in his 50’s had a cancer removed from the inner corner of his left eye by Mohs surgery. A Mohs reconstruction was performed and this is the appearance after stitch removal at week 1.
Large Basal cell carcinoma causing loss of tear drain. The after photo is the appearance at just one month after Mohs reconstruction.