Case #76

This nice patient had great functional complaints and did not like the marked hump and the dropping tip. However, He was very concerned with obtaining a very natural aesthetic result. If it is true that he had a pronounced hump, it was more noticeable because he had a low radix. In these cases it is essential to lower the hump [...] Read more

Case #75

Today I present you a case of revision rhinoplasty. This patient had undergone a #rinoplasty 11 years ago by another surgeon. The nose had serious deformities essentially at the level of the lower 1/3. In these cases it is sometimes necessary to harvest cartilage from the rib or ear. These are cases of extreme complexity in which patients' expectations are very high. [...] Read more

Case #74

This such nice patient came to my consultation with serious functional problems. She had a deviated septum and rhinitis medicamentosa (need to use decongestants to breathe through her nose). Since there was a functional surgery indication, she wanted to improve some points that she didn’t like much from the aesthetic point of view. I removed the small hump that she [...] Read more

Case #73

This patient came to my appointment because she thought her nose was overall big and without definition. The major issue was her skin. Thick skin is a major challenge in #rinoplasty. In a thick-skinned nose, the tip has to keep some projection or the nose becomes less defined than initially. Base reduction turns out to be the only way to really [...] Read more
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