Median Cheek Rotation of Sercer 1962

Rotating the cheek medially on a superiorly based flap results in scars at the boundary of the esthetic units.

Fig. 5.19a, b Superiorly based lateral transposition flap.

Fig. 5.19a, b Superiorly based lateral transposition flap.

Forehead Flap Nose

Fig. 5.20a, b Small transposition flap based inferomedially.

Fig. 5.21 a, b Small Limberg flap.

Fig. 5.22 Burow's advancement flap.

a Wedge-shaped defect on the nasal flank. Burow's triangle is in the nasolabial fold. b Closure of all defects (see Fig. 3.1).

Fig. 5.23 Superiorly based cheek rotation of Sercer (1962).

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