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Plastic Surgery Case Study – Male Incomplete Cleft Lip Repair

Background: Cleft lip and palate is a common and well known congenital deformity. It is typically perceived in its fullest presentation with a complete cleft through the lip, alveolus and palate. Even the nose is not usually perceived as part of the cleft, in the compete cleft the nose is also severely affected both internally Read More…

Plastic Surgery Case Study – The Male Occipital Knob Skull Reduction

Background:  The back of the head appears to be a non-descript skull area that usually garners little attention. And this is true as long as it has a relatively smooth slightly curved surface contour. But when protrusions occur its obscure appearance can become an aesthetic distraction. Such is the case in the classic occipital knob Read More…

Integrated Chin Augmentation Combining Sliding Genioplasty with Implants

Chin augmentation is one of the most common of all facial reshaping surgeries and is usually performed by the placement of an implant. This relatively ‘simple’ procedure works as long as the augmentation needs are within what the style and size of standard implants can provide. But not all chin augmentation patients are accepting of Read More…

Asian Rhinoplasty and Management of the Pseudohump Deformity

Many Asian patients that seek rhinoplasty have some similar anatomic features to their nose. The bridge of the nose is low and the nasal tip has poor projection with a wide nostril base. This has led to an overall augmentation of the dorsal profile from the radix down through the tip. But in some Asian Read More…

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