Primary Rhinoplasty Patient 36
This young man with a low radix wanted a rhinoplasty to improve the long and beak-like nature of his nose as well as the hump and hook on his bridge. After rhinoplasty his profile has greatly improved and the tip of the nose appears less prominent yet still natural in appearance. He also had correction of a deviated nasal septum, which was causing nasal airway obstruction. With male rhinoplasty it is important to maintain strong and natural contours to the nose. Summary: primary rhinoplasty, male rhinoplasty, rhinoplasty for men, open rhinoplasty, tip rhinoplasty, nasal hump, nose hump, long nose, cartilage grafting, radix graft, spreader grafts, columellar strut, tip graft.
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