Advanced Rhinoplasty

Case #32

This patient came to us with two previous nasal surgeries to correct the septum deviation. As a result he had a nasal deformity called Saddle Nose. This deformity occurred due to a disruption of the joint area between the nasal bones and the nasal septum (area K). In these cases (almost always) there is not enough septal cartilage to reconstruct [...] Read more

Case #6

Case of patient with nasal trauma in childhood. There was a total absence of the nasal septum. The nose was reconstructed with cartilage (cartilage from both ears) and temporal fascia. The last photo shows both pre and post-surgery ears, where the cartilage collection is imperceptible. Read more