Head & Neck
This patient was referred to Dr. Geiger for reconstruction of a Mohs defect of her right cheek after removal of a melanoma. The wound was repaired using a “cervicofacial flap” which borrows laxity from the entire cheek and neck to rotate into the area. The incisions are discreetly placed along natural contours and wrinkles lines to camouflage all of this work. The end result is an excellent cosmetic outcome for a difficult wound of the central face.