Repairing defects in the nose after Mohs surgery requires skill and artistry. As a Fellowship Trained Mohs and Reconstructive Surgeon and former Director of Mohs Surgery at Stanford University, Dr. Hayes Gladstone has special training in nasal reconstruction. At the Gladstone Clinic, Dr. Gladstone treats patients who reside in San Ramon, Danville, Pleasanton, San Francisco, and the bordering neighborhoods in California. We encourage you to schedule a Mohs and nasal reconstruction consultation with Dr. Hayes Gladstone today.
One of the most common reasons for nose reconstruction surgery is skin cancer removal. It can also be used to correct abnormalities and deformities from trauma, injury, or congenital anomalies. This can often result in defects that range in size and may involve the internal nose. To help reconstruct the defected nasal tissue, cartilage, or bone using a number of delicate techniques such as skin grafts, local skin flaps, and more. Nose reconstruction can also be beneficial in helping patients regain functionality if they have trouble breathing or experience sinus trouble.
*Individual results may vary.
At the Gladstone Clinic, we offer patients a highly personalized procedure known as nose reconstruction to restore the form and function of the nose after it has suffered abnormalities from trauma due to skin cancer removal or hereditary developmental deformities. Dr. Gladstone performs this procedure on the residents of San Ramon, Danville, Pleasanton, San Francisco, and the encompassing communities in California. Call today to schedule a complimentary consultation.