Revision Rhinoplasty Patient 4
This man had a saddle-nose deformity of his nose as a result of a surfboard injury and a primary rhinoplasty procedure years ago. His nose had a broad and flat appearance and the tip of his nose was droopy. He underwent revision rhinoplasty with ear cartilage graft and a Gore-Tex implant to help correct his problems and to obtain a more natural and aesthetically pleasing contour to the nose. He also had concurrent neck liposuction, chin augmentation, lower blepharoplasty, and facial fat grafting. Summary: revision rhinoplasty, secondary rhinoplasty, saddle nose deformity, saddle-nose deformity, boxer's nose, broken nose, collapsed nose, open rhinoplasty, septoplasty, cartilage grafting, spreader grafts, columellar strut, tip graft, Gore-Tex graft, Goretex graft, premaxillary graft, neck liposuction, chin augmentation, lower blepharoplasty, and facial fat grafting.
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