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Before & After Pictures of Patient 123

Procedures Performed: Nasal Repair, Rhinoplasty

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Case Number: 123

Nasal Repair, Rhinoplasty Before Photo | Washington, DC | Houtan Chaboki, MD   Nasal Repair, Rhinoplasty After Photo | Washington, DC | Houtan Chaboki, MD
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Nasal Repair, Rhinoplasty Before Photo | Washington, DC | Houtan Chaboki, MD
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Nasal Repair, Rhinoplasty Before Photo | Washington, DC | Houtan Chaboki, MD
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Nasal Repair, Rhinoplasty Before Photo | Washington, DC | Houtan Chaboki, MD
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Nasal Repair, Rhinoplasty Before Photo | Washington, DC | Houtan Chaboki, MD
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Nasal Repair, Rhinoplasty Before Photo | Washington, DC | Houtan Chaboki, MD
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Nasal Repair, Rhinoplasty Before Photo | Washington, DC | Houtan Chaboki, MD
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Nasal Repair, Rhinoplasty Before Photo | Washington, DC | Houtan Chaboki, MD
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Improving the profile is one of the most common requests for rhinoplasty. A bump is normally made of both bone and cartilage tissue. While most nasal bumps develop naturally, some bumps are from trauma or injury.

This Washington DC area man had a prior sports injury, which contributed to his nasal bump and deviated septum. In addition, he always had a low starting point of his nose on side view, alternatively known as a "low radix". He consulted with Washington DC rhinoplasty specialist Dr. Chaboki to review rhinoplasty options. His main concerns were to improve the profile, nasal breathing, and symmetry. He wanted to avoid external incisions and also to maintain the width of his nose for natural results.

He underwent a closed septoplasty, rhinoplasty, turbinate reduction, and nasal valve repair. The profile was improved by a combination of removing excess tissue at the bump and adding cartilage near the root of the nose, to create a smoother and balanced profile. No artificial implants, such as silicone, were used to build his bridge. Dr. Chaboki's preference is to use a patient's own tissue for rhinoplasty, rather than to use synthetic nasal implants.

If you like the results you see here, request a consultation to learn more about how this procedure can help you achieve your ideal appearance. We encourage you to print your favorite photos and bring them with you during your consultation to help communicate your goals and expectations.

Keep in mind that each patient is unique and results may not occur for all patients. These photos are of an actual patient of our practice who has provided consent to display their pictures online.

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Case 123

Improving the profile is one of the most common requests for rhinoplasty. A bump is normally made of both bone and cartilage tissue. While most nasal bumps develop naturally, some bumps are from trauma or injury.

This Washington DC area man had a prior sports injury, which contributed to his nasal bump and deviated septum. In addition, he always had a low starting point of his nose on side view, alternatively known as a "low radix". He consulted with Washington DC rhinoplasty specialist Dr. Chaboki to review rhinoplasty options. His main concerns were to improve the profile, nasal breathing, and symmetry. He wanted to avoid external incisions and also to maintain the width of his nose for natural results.

He underwent a closed septoplasty, rhinoplasty, turbinate reduction, and nasal valve repair. The profile was improved by a combination of removing excess tissue at the bump and adding cartilage near the root of the nose, to create a smoother and balanced profile. No artificial implants, such as silicone, were used to build his bridge. Dr. Chaboki's preference is to use a patient's own tissue for rhinoplasty, rather than to use synthetic nasal implants.

Keep in mind that each patient is unique and results may not occur for all patients. These photos are of an actual patient of our practice who has provided consent to display their pictures online.

    Houtan Chaboki, M.D.