This patient in her sixties was referred to me for a lesion by her right eye that had been growing for several months. She had a history of several severe sun burns when she was younger.
This basal cell carcinoma was excised in the operating room because it was so close to her eye. After a pathologist checked to be sure the cancer was completely excised, I closed the defect by moving tissue from her nose and cheek.
Post-operative photos were taken three months after the surgery. She was thrilled to be cancer free without any noticeable scars.