- Root of nose too high (looks like it starts from forehead)?
- Would septal cartilage be enough for bridge augmentation and tip projection?
- I-shape versus L-shape silicone implants for Asian rhinoplasty- is it possible for cartilage to extrude?
- Rhinoplasty to rotate tip of nose downwards?
- I hate my nose & rarely have a photo taken. Seeking Asian Rhinoplasty, what are my realistic options?
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Q: I had a rhinoplasty 15 days ago. When the gyps was removed the root of nose was too high like it started from my forehead and looks horrible. Doctor had stitches there also that he removed (I don’t know why … Continue reading
Q: Would septal cartilage be enough for bridge augmentation and tip projection? A: Septal cartilage alone is not enough to create dorsal augmentation and tip projection. Tip projection in Asian rhinoplasty often requires several grafts: extended columellar strut, lateral crural … Continue reading
Q: Can skin from the back be used to make an implant to augment the nose for rhinoplasty?If so, how is this performed? Is it better than using cartilage? A: The method you may be referring to is using dermal … Continue reading
Follow Liz through her rhinoplasty | nose job experience with Rhinoplasty Specialist Dr. Donald B. Yoo. Liz was looking to achieve subtle, natural results while refining the tip of her nose and straightening her profile. One of her primary concerns … Continue reading
I’ve been snoring a lot and my ENT said I have a deviated septum. Will straightening my septum get rid of my snoring?
Snoring is caused by obstruction and turbulent airflow anywhere along the airway. The airway begins at the nostrils and the mouth, and continues through the nasal cavity, oral cavity, oropharynx (back of the throat), larynx (voice box), and trachea (wind … Continue reading