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Apr

Asymmetry in Rhinoplasty, Facial implants and Facial fillers

Published: April 19, 2012

Facial asymmetry, it’s more common than you think As a facial plastic surgeon, people are coming in for facial analysis for treatment of their noses, faces, chins etc. Most people have at least minor facial asymmetry. One eye and/or corner of the mouth is higher. Very often someone comments that their faces look more crooked … Continue reading Asymmetry in Rhinoplasty, Facial implants and Facial fillers


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Feb

Open Rhinoplasty vs. Closed (endonasal) Rhinoplasty from a Rhinoplasty Specialist

Published: February 10, 2009

There has been a lot of hoopla over the past two decades over the incisions used for both primary rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty. There even has been name calling at medical meetings: open rhinoplasty is equated with and open mind and closed rhinoplasty attributed to a closed mind. Well this is not true and why … Continue reading Open Rhinoplasty vs. Closed (endonasal) Rhinoplasty from a Rhinoplasty Specialist