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Head and Neck Procedures

The Head and Neck are complex anatomical areas requiring signficant training to undergo surgery safely. Cancers of the Head and Neck can come from the skin or other soft tissues (i.e. the tongue) and can be localised to spread to lymph nodes at the time of diagnosis.

Head and neck procedures by Daniel Bunker, Plastic Surgeon, Tasmania


Removal of the major salivary gland in the cheek in the setting of primary tumours or metastases.

Neck Dissection

Removal of the lymph nodes in the neck for the treatment of cancer.

Facial Reanimation

Restoration of facial blanance and movement following damage to the nerves controlling facial muscles.

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