Jonathan’s expertise in facial reconstruction has been developed and honed in the service of both adults and children. Tumour removal, facial asymmetry, facial reanimation, developmental birth differences, and requirements for eyelid, nasal, facial and ear reconstruction are routinely addressed following consultation.
Basal cell tumour of the perimeter (helix) of the right ear. Surgery involved removal of the inked area and a margin of 3 millimetres. The reconstruction advances the lower perimeter up into the deficit and closes in a ‘like for like’ reconstruction for structure, function and cosmesis.
Jonathan dedicates time to considering detailed reconstructive surgical planning for optimum aesthetic and excellent functional outcomes. His expertise is often consulted on complex, unusual or high profile cases and on secondary restoration cases following failed or unfavourable primary surgery.
‘good surgical outcome is about both precision surgery and a care for people – that’s where the professional reward comes’
Mohs surgery deficit at the eyelid/cheek junction. The reconstruction advances a cheek rotation flap into the deficit and closes to support the lower eyelid in a ‘like for like’ reconstruction for structure, function and cosmesis.
Network colleagues with complementary skills are sometimes called upon to offer multidisciplinary support depending on individual needs. Please get in touch to find out more about Jonathan’s facial reconstruction service.