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Techical Strategies – The Perforated ePTFE Paranasal-Maxillary Midface Implant

Paranasal augmentation has been done using various techniques for differing anatomic reasons. By history paranasal augmentation meant the placement of a bony implant for a skeletally deficient midface often done in conjunction with rhinoplasty typically in Asian patient with flatter midface profiles. Since the introduction of injectable fillers and with increasing use of fat injections, Read More…

Clinic Snapshots – Male Occipital Knob Reduction Result

The occipital knob, sometimes called occipital bun, is a protrusion of bone on the back of the head at the bottom of the occipital bone. It is actually a normal bony protrusion, known as the inion, but in some men becomes excessively large. Rather than staying hidden under the nuchal ridges its enlargement appears as Read More…

Preventing Supratip Fullness after Primary Rhinoplasty

While there are many potential adverse aesthetic issues that can occur after a rhinoplasty surgery, the pollybeak deformity is one of the most common. This refers to excessive fullness in the supratip area. This results in an upleasant roundness about the point of peak tip projection and disrupts a desired smooth dorsal line. It can Read More…

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