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Figure 1: (a) A 30-year-old male with 4-mm preoperative inter-incisal distance, with bilateral nasolabial flaps marked. (b) Flap elevation and flap transfer through a tunnel. (c) The intraoral defect after excision release. (d) Intraoperative photograph of the flap inset with an arrow showing the proximal and distal ends of the flap. (e) A follow-up photograph at 20 months with an improved interincisal distance of 40 mm, with well-hidden scars in nasolabial folds

Figure 1: (a) A 30-year-old male with 4-mm preoperative inter-incisal distance, with bilateral nasolabial flaps marked. (b) Flap elevation and flap transfer through a tunnel. (c) The intraoral defect after excision release. (d) Intraoperative photograph of the flap inset with an arrow showing the proximal and distal ends of the flap. (e) A follow-up photograph at 20 months with an improved interincisal distance of 40 mm, with well-hidden scars in nasolabial folds