The patient is a young woman who was dissatisfied with her dorsal hump. As she had no other concerns, closed rhinoplasty was indicated.
Cases in Nose
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The patient is a young woman who had previous closed rhinoplasty with septoplasty. She is dissatisfied with her mid-vault collapse and poor projection as well as persistent breathing difficulty. She had an open rhinoplasty using banked cartilage for support grafting.
The patient is a young woman who desired a reduced nasal hump, less projection, improved tip shape, and more tip rotation with supratip break. She has a septorhinoplasty with improved airway.
The patient is a woman who was dissatisfied with her nasal deviation to the right, dorsal hump, and difficulty breathing. She is improved with an open rhinoplasty and internal cartilage grafting.
The patient is a young woman who liked her nasal tip, but disliked her dorsal hump seen in profile. She had a closed rhinoplasty.
The patient is a woman in her late 20’s who was dissatisfied with her nose appearance as well as difficulty breathing from each nostril. Specifically, she desired improvement with her dorsal hump, tip shape, and tip asymmetry. She had open rhinoplasty and septoplasty with cartilage grafts to support the nasal structure and airway.
The patient is a young woman who works as a model. She is dissatisfied with her nasal dorsum hump, deviation to the left, and difficulty breathing. She has improvement with a septorhinoplasty.
The patient is a young woman who had external valve collapse (her nostrils could not support strong inspiration) as well as a dorsal hump. She had a rhinoplasty with septum harvested for cartilage grafts to support the tip and nostrils like a tripod. She had improved breathing with a structurally stable nose as well as …
The patient is a woman in her 60’s who presented with bilateral obstruction of her airway due to lateral nasal alar rim collapse on the right and enlarged internal turbinate on the left. She had open surgery using her midline septum cartilage to form a stable tripod for the nasal tip (see under nose view) …
The patient is a woman in her early 40’s who had difficulty breathing secondary and also disliked her dorsal hump and tip depression and deviation. She had improvement with spreader grafts, septoplasty, and turbinate reduction under her insurance with additional aesthetic improvement to the dorsum and tip outside of insurance.