This 20 year-old man presented for rhinoplasty. He had life-long obstructed nasal breathing prior to his surgery. His nasal septum was reconstructed and straightened and his nasal sidewalls were strengthened with cartilage grafts. The end result was very natural in terms of both form and function.
This woman requested a slight decrease in the forward projection of the nasal tip. She also had fairly severe collapse of the left nasal airway when inhaling rapidly. This is called dynamic nasal valve collapse.
This woman desired a subtle reduction in the dorsal hump on her nose and slight decrease in the projection of the nasal tip.
This patient had persistent nasal deviation and airway blockage after a previous nasal surgery. Correction required extensive structural grafting using cartilage grafts from the rib. The section of rib that is adjacent to the sternum is a reliable source of cartilage graft material for more extensive reconstructive rhinoplasty surgeries.
This young woman desired elevation of her drooping nasal tip and reduction of nasal hump.
This woman had sagging skin on the upper eyelids--to the point that her vision was actually obstructed in the upper part of her visual fields. She underwent upper eyelid lift (blepharoplasty).
This woman was concerned about an aged appearance in the eyes and mid-facial regions. She was treated with upper eyelid lift and filler injections in the mid-face.
This young man had a previous nasal fracture with significant cartilage injury causing deviation and a depression on the right nasal sidewall. He was repaired with an open approach using structural cartilage grafting from the nasal septal cartilage to repair the right sidewall.
This man sustained a nasal fracture while playing sports.
This patient had a skin condition of the nose called rhinophyma. This condition causes overgrowth of the oil glands in the skin of the tip of the nose, which appears enlarged, irregular, and bulbous. He was treated with a series of surgicalexcisions, radiofrequency ablation, and laser resurfacing.
This man had asymmetric cartilage of the lower 2/3 of the nose. This was corrected with septoplasty and structural grafting on the left nasal sidewall.
This patient had a deviated septum with a boxy nasal tip. This was corrected with open rhinoplasty to re-shape the nasal tip.
This patient had a skin cancer removed from the delicate skin of the lower eyelid. It is important to note that his reconstruction of the skin defect did not result in an unfavorable change in eyelid shape or position.
This man had a round wound on the nasal tip after removal of a small skin cancer. The wound was closed with a local tissue flap and the incision line was treated with a fractional CO2 laser six weeks later.
This woman suffered with a very large keloid from the left cheek.
This patient had multiple nodular keloids on her cheek that resulted from acne.
The earlobe is one of the most common places for keloids to form. Usually the original skin injury is from a routine ear piercing. Certain patients have a genetic propensity to form keloids such as this.
Neck Liposuction/Chin Implant--Before
This young woman was concerned about fat deposits under her chin and and small chin. She was treated with liposuction and chin implant (genioplasty).
This woman had a large skin cancer that involved most of the nasal tip. She was repaired using a common technique called a paramedian forehead flap. In this surgery, skin is transplanted from the forehead all the way down to the tip of the nose. The forehead skin is used because it has a good color match with nasal skin and because it has a rich blood supply, making it a reliable technique.
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