Case-35314

Case-35314

Dr. Reish

A woman in her 50s, who had two previous rhinoplasties which left her with severe tip asymmetry, alar retraction, nostril asymmetry, an over-projecting elongated nasal tip, drooping tip, and inability to breathe through her nose. She is now four months post-op from revision rhinoplasty with correction of nasal tip asymmetry, placement of alar contour grafts to correct alar retraction, tip elevation, nasal tip deprojection to shorten the overall length of her nose, and placement of a columellar strut graft and spreader grafts using MTF cartilage to add tip support, tip refinement, and improve her breathing.

*individual results may vary
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