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Female patient seeking refinements to her nose.  She desired to improve the droopy appearance of her tip from the profile view and refine the bridge and base of the nose.  Before and after photos show the support provided to the tip and the refinements to the bridge and the base of the nose.  Rhinoplasty techniques included bilateral osteotomies, nasal tip skin de-fatting, alar base reductions, and tip support with caudal septal extension graft and onlay grafts.

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Female African American patient who desired refinement to her nose.  She was mostly concerned by the width of the nose on the front view and the appearance of the hump on the profile view.  Rhinoplasty techniques included an open approach with alar base reductions to narrow the nostrils and the width of the base of the nose.  Tip refinement techniques included tip support with a caudal septal extension graft, nasal skin de-fatting, and tip onlay graft.  Straightening of the bridge from the profile view was not achieved with the lowering of the hump but rather with radix augmentation and tip projection.  This allows for the simultaneous straightening of the bridge on the profile view of the nose as well as refinements to the frontal view.

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Revision rhinoplasty for a patient who had undergone a previous rhinoplasty and desired to raise and narrow her bridge as well as create refinements to the nose.  Revision rhinoplasty techniques included the raising of the bridge and the narrowing of the bridge with diced ear cartilage and temporalis fascia graft to avoid the placement of an implant in the nose.  Tip support was created with a caudal septal extension graft and tip graft.

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Female patient who desired refinements to her nose.  She desired to have a more elevated bridge, a narrowed tip and narrowing of the nasal base.  Primary rhinoplasty techniques included bridge augmentation with diced auricular cartilage and temporalis fascia, tip onlay graft and alar base reductions.

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Challenging case of a female patient with very thick nasal skin who desired refinements to the nose. Her rhinoplasty techniques included an open approach, nasal skin de-fatting, radix graft, bilateral osteotomies, caudal septal extension graft for tip support, tip onlay grafts, and alar base reductions.

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Primary rhinoplasty of an African American male. Patient desired refinements to his nose while preserving his ethnic features. A primary rhinoplasty was performed which entailed a tip shield graft to refine his tip, alar base reductions to narrow his nostrils, and a radix graft to straighten his hump on the profile view. Note that his hump was not reduced. Rather the radix (where the nose meets the forehead) was raised. This allowed for the simultaneous alignment of his profile and the narrowing of his bridge on the frontal view. This is a key maneuver to create narrowing of the bridge. If the dorsum would have been lowered his bridge would have resulted in being wider. Base view included to demonstrate the narrowing of the tip and the width of the base. The base width narrowing was accomplished in a significant but not overly aggressive manner to preserve a natural appearing result. Note the well-healed alar base reductions scars along the outside of his nostrils. He is seen here on his 3 month post-op results.

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African American female patient who desired to refine her bridge and the tip of her nose as well as reduce her nostril flare. Primary open rhinoplasty techniques included osteotomies, caudal septal extension graft for nasal tip support, tip onlay grafts, and alar base reductions. Seen here with a 10 month follow up with narrowed bridge and tip. Tip elation on the profile view and nostril flare reduction on the base view.

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Female, African American patient who desired refinement to her nose. Her main concerns included her bulbous tip and the flare of the base of her nose. Primary rhinoplasty techniques included osteotomies, caudal septal extension graft for tip support, tip graft, and alar flare reductions.

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