Revision Rhinoplasty Patient 5
This woman had a tip deformity of her nose as a result of her original rhinoplasty procedure years ago. Her nose had an overly upturned tip as a result of excessive removal of cartilage during her primary rhinoplasty. She underwent revision rhinoplasty with septal cartilage graft to help correct her problems and to obtain a more natural and aesthetically pleasing contour to her nose. The bridge of her nose was also irregular and this was improved with an Alloderm graft over the nasal bridge. Summary: revision rhinoplasty, secondary rhinoplasty, tip deformity, upturned nose, over-rotated nose, open rhinoplasty, septoplasty, cartilage grafting, spreader grafts, columellar strut, tip graft, Alloderm graft, dorsal onlay graft.
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