Wound reconstruction surgeries are at high risk for failure. Outpatient wound reconstruction (OWR) describes these procedures performed in the outpatient setting under local anesthesia. The use of closed incision negative pressure therapy (ciNPT) has been shown to protect the incision and help minimize the risk of postoperative complications. To date, this has not been readily adopted in the outpatient setting. The authors report their initial experience with 3 cases of OWR with ciNPT used by the application of disposable negative pressure wound therapy (dNPWT) to the closed, postsurgical incision. The results of these 3 cases were favorable. While more data are needed, the authors believe the use of dNPWT with OWR will help optimize surgical outcomes and serve as an alternative to surgery with acute hospitalization.