Revision Rhinoplasty

Patient 76

Dr. Reish

A woman in her 40s, who had six previous rhinoplasties which left her with severe tip asymmetry, alar retraction, nostril asymmetry, an over-projecting elongated nasal tip, an over-rotated tip, and inability to breathe through her nose. She is now 2.5 years post-op from revision rhinoplasty with correction of nasal tip asymmetry, placement of alar contour grafts to correct alar retraction, tip de-rotation, 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. She also had a mastoid fascia tip graft to unify and refine her tip.

*individual results may vary
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