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Tip and bridge narrowed using custom grafts. Nostrils refined and made more symmetric.
Large hump reduction with droopy tip elevation. Tip reshaped completely but with natural result.
Dramatic tip and nasal lengthening and refinement. Diced cartilage fascia graft used to augment bridge. Natural results from major structural changes.
Dynamic tip elevation and refinement along with major bridge reduction and de-projection. Nose is now well balanced with face.
Hanging, bulbous nasal tip, large hump on bridge and long appearing nose. Bridge reduced while refining and balancing the tip shape to match.
Hooked Hispanic nose with droopy nasal tip and large dorsal hump on bridge corrected and reshaped with natural refinement techniques.
Rhinoplasty is perhaps the most exacting, challenging, and refined plastic surgery procedure that exists. The best way to evaluate a surgeon’s results and quality of work is to view a patient’s outcomes in person, and the second best is to see video and/or before after photos. It is very important for prospective patients to understand and become educated on how to best evaluate a plastic surgeon’s work through his/her gallery. In addition, some practices have a professional photo room with umbrellas and perfect lighting like in a photo studio. This is good and bad. It is good in that there is less variability in the photos, but it may be bad because it gives a false impression of how your nose may look in the real world when lighting varies. Use your overall judgment since there is no perfect photo gallery method.
Below is a list of important points to consider when judging your rhinoplasty surgeon’s skills.