Male Rhinoplasty

Patient 35

Dr. Reish

A man in his 20s, two months post-op rhinoplasty.  The patient had an extremely deviated septum with severe breathing problems, a dorsal hump, and drooping nasal tip preoperatively. He underwent total septal reset with spreader grafts to help straighten his nose from the frontal view and improve breathing, dorsal hump reduction, and tip elevation. It is important not to elevate the tip too much, but just enough for a natural appearance of the nose.   The overall goal is a conservative change to the nose for a natural looking result which still retains a masculine appearance of the nose.

*individual results may vary