Archive for the 'Male Rhinoplasty' Category
If you are reading this post, you likely had previous rhinoplasty and have now seen a revision surgeon who has recommended that you have rib cartilage removed during your revision surgery. The use of rib cartilage in revision rhinoplasty has become increasingly popular over the last many years as revision rhinoplasty surgeons continue to seek out alternative sources of cartilage for grafts that are often necessary during revision.2 comments
We have recently heard from a couple of prospective patients who are concerned about having open rhinoplasty to narrow the tip and a nostril narrowing procedure (alar base reduction) at the same time. They had been to see other surgeons who had advised against this because of fear of risk to the blood supply of the nasal tip. Read moreNo comments
I had rhinoplasty 2 years ago and I’m happy with my bridge but my tip is still big and sticks out too far. Can you fix my tip without messing with the rest of my nose?
Sure, we can. Your situation is something that happens often after rhinoplasty and is one of the more common reasons that patients come to us for a revision. That’s because taking down a bony hump on your bridge is fairly straightforward. Techniques to make the nasal tip smaller are more advanced and many plastic surgeons are simply not comfortable with them. So, we frequently see people with persistent tip concerns after surgery elsewhere. Read moreNo comments
Rhinoplasty is different for men and women in almost every respect starting out with facial aesthetics. While there is a lot of individual variation, facial aesthetics differ substantially between the sexes. In general, compared to women, the following features are considered more masculinizing and, therefore, more desirable for most men: Read moreNo comments