Case-42654

Case-42654

Dr. Reish

A man in his 50s, who had four previous rhinoplasties which left him with alar retraction, overly exposed nostrils, an over-projecting elongated nasal tip, and an over-rotated tip. He is now one year post-op from revision rhinoplasty with correction of over-exposure of the nostrils, placement of alar contour grafts to correct alar retraction, tip de-rotation, nasal tip deprojection to shorten the overall length of his nose, and placement of a columellar strut graft and spreader grafts using MTF cartilage to add tip support, tip refinement, and improve his breathing. He also had a mastoid fascia tip graft to unify and refine his tip.

*individual results may vary