Rhinoplasty before and after, frontal
Rhinoplasty before and after, lateral left
Challenging case of a male patient with a congenitally crooked nose. The patient was born with a crooked nose and did not have a history of trauma to the nose. Primary rhinoplasty techniques entailed a multi-tiered approach to address the deviated nasal bones and nasal cartilages. Techniques included the asymmetric treatment of the nasal bones with the in-fracturing of the right bone and the out-fracturing of the left bone. Suture and grafting techniques were employed in the middle third of the nose and the nasal tip to improve the alignment of the nose and tip with the upper lip philtrum.
- Anthony Bared, M.D., F.A.C.S.
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