Revision Rhinoplasty Patient 13
This young woman had bossae (plural of bossa), a common contour deformity of the tip of the nose, as well as an overly upturned (over-rotated) and over-projected tip, both as a result of her original rhinoplasty procedure a number of years ago. She underwent revision rhinoplasty to help correct these problems and to regain a more natural contour to her nose. Summary: revision rhinoplasty, secondary rhinoplasty, bossa, bossae, open rhinoplasty, septoplasty, cartilage grafting, alar batten grafts, columellar strut, tip graft, osteotomies, septal extension graft, over-projected nose, up-turned nose.
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