Reconstructive: Before & After Photos
Surgeries performed by facial plastic surgeon Dr. Sam Lam in Plano, TX.
This gentleman had a gauge earring that led to a deformity that ultimately led to a keloid. He had a very complicated surgery in which the keloid was entirely removed, which in turn left a large gauge deformity in his ear. He had a reconstruction of this using a rolled flap and then had subsequent radiation therapy to minimize recurrence. He is shown before and 8 months after surgery.
This 46-year-old African-American male is shown before and 1 year after keloid excision of his right neck and his left ear lobe. Of note, he had a prior keloid excision performed elsewhere that amputated his ear lobe that shows a persistent deformity.
This gentleman is shown before and six months after keloid excision in the back of his scalp with good success. Of note, he had multiple failures in the past with various injectable treatments by dermatologists.
This 39-year-old patient is shown before and one year after correction of scars from mole removal and childhood trauma that caused hair loss in several places. He underwent FUE hair transplant into the scars to correct the scars and to camouflage them. The scars are in the hairline, right temple, and back of the head in the hair-bearing scalp.
Rhombic Flap Reconstruction
This 83 Year Old Gentleman Is Shown On The Left Following A Moh’s Excision For Squamous Cell Carcinoma On The Right Bridge Of His Nose Near The Inner Part Of The Eye. He Is Shown 3 Months After Cheek Advancement Flap Reconstruction. Reconstructive Facial Procedure Photos By Dr Samuel Lam
This Gentleman Sustained An Injury From A Paintball Game And Developed Two Conspicuous Pseudoaneurysms Of His Right Superficial Temporal Artery, Which Were Diagnosed By Clinical Evaluation. He Underwent Stair Step Incisions Overlying Each Pseudoaneurysm With Isolation, Proximal And Distal Ligature Control, And Excision Of Each. He Is Shown 1 Year After Excision With Excellent Cosmesis And Without Recurrence. Reconstructive Facial Procedure Photos By Dr Samuel Lam
This keloid was surgically removed by Dr. Lam and was followed by timed radiation. The patient is shown 1 year after surgery without recurrence. He had previously failed surgery elsewhere with the keloid actually worsening rather than improving after surgery.
Bilobed Flap Reconstruction
This Woman Had A Basal Cell Carcinoma Of The Left Inner Part Of Her Eyelid That Was Removed Via Mohs Surgery And Then Reconstructed With A One Stage Bilobed Flap Reconstruction. Reconstructive Facial Procedure Photos By Dr Samuel Lam