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Preservation Rhinoplasty for a Deviated Nose

Rhinoplasty is often considered to make a nose smaller. Plastic surgeons, however, generally consider rhinoplasty to balance the appearance of the nose with the face. Enhancing symmetry can help improve this balance and proportion. Patients complaing of body asymmetry is common in a plastic surgeon's office, as everyones eyes, breasts, and nose are asymmetric. A …

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Broken Nose Repair – Restoring and Improving Nasal Form

Deviated noses are commonly seen in a facial plastic surgery practice. A deviated nose may develop naturally as the nose develops from childhood or following nasal injury and trauma. The nose, since it projects from the face, tends to get a more of the facial injuries. What is a broken nose? A broken nose typically refer to fractures …

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Reshaping the Nasal Bone in Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty is a truly specific operation tailored to the unique needs of each patient. Some may want to improve the front view or side view. Some want to improve the bridge, while others focus on the tip. Many prefer subtle changes, while some want a completely new nose. One possible component of a rhinoplasty operation is …

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Do I need a septoplasty with cosmetic rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty is one of the most common cosmetic surgical procedures. In fact, rhinoplasty has been the most commonly requested facial surgical procedure for several years. Patients worldwide request rhinoplasty for a variety of reasons: to reduce a bump, lift the nasal tip, or improve symmetry. Patients with a deviated septum also often wonder if they require septoplasty in …

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