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Posted - 03/13/2018 :  21:48:45  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
When I was 31 I had a large infiltrative BCC removed from the tip and ala of my nose, it was very large encompassing mostof the tip and part of the ala. I was in need of a forehead flap. I went for plastic surgery to a facial plastic surgeon. I Signed up for a forehead flap, signed consent and was put to sleep. I woke up with bilateral nasolabial flap surgery.
The surgery was unsuccessful, the tip of my nose died and fell off the subsequent surgery left me completely mutilated. I was a beautiful women who no longer could leave my home and was mutilated forever.
About a year later I had a forehead flap surgery done by the top nasal reconstruction doctor in the country. Thank God it was a success.
My questions are: HAS ANY ANYONE ANYWHERE ever had bilateral nasolabial flap surgery for large defects on the tip of the nose?
When you google this surgery there are zero hits, there is a lot of unilateral one sided nasolabial flap and there are a lot of bilateral nasolabial flap surgeries done on children and infants for cleft palate involving the mouth and space between the nose and mouth, but nothing ever about bilateral nasolabial flap surgeries to the tip of the nose , especially after mohs surgery?
Has anyone ever seen any research articles on bilateral nasolabial flaps to the tip of the nose?
Does anyone know of any doctor that performs bilateral nasolabial flap surgery for large defects on the tip of the nose?

I sued. On trial my doctor said he has performed this surgery 6 times in the past. No other doctor put on the stands and no other plastic surgeon that I have seen over the years for a second opinion has ever seen this surgery before.
I think my facial plastic surgeon lied on trial in front of a jury. He had never performed this surgery before. I was a human science experiment. Experimented on without consent. The results left me looking subhuman. I am looking for anyone who can verify that they have, seen, or had or heard of this surgery before.
he won on trial, he lied about his education saying he was trained in this surgery in fellowship training and he lied that he had ever performed this surgery before. The other doctors I asked and when asked on trial said that they had never been trained in this in fellowship training.
Maybe someone on this forum can prove otherwise, that this surgery is done and can actually be successful.
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