@lighth0se33 - Surgeons only use myocutaneous flaps on areas that are damaged beyond all hope of repair. My cousin suffered burns on his face in a house fire, and he had to have this type of graft. His skin was so horribly burned that it would never recover.
The surgeon used the netting technique to lessen the amount needed. He took the graft from the back of my cousin’s thigh up close to the buttocks. It’s good that they got it from that area, because he never wears shorts, so no one would ever have to see the scar.
His graft matched his face in color. As he ages, the area gets wrinkles just like the rest of his face. It really seems a natural part of him.