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Correction of Maxillary Deficiencies in Deviated Nose Rhinoplasty

Asymmetry of the nose occurs for a variety of anatomic reasons. Septal deviation, nasal bone asymmetries, upper lateral and lower alar cartilages differences and even the thickness of the nasal skin are all well recognized contributors to nasal asymmetries. Many standard rhinoplasty maneuvers can help improve the centric alignment of nasal appearance. One less recognized Read More…

The Role of the Buccinator Mucosal Myectomy in Soft Tissue Cheek Reduction

Soft tissue cheek reduction is most commonly associated with the well known buccal lipectomy procedure. Through an intraoral incision in the maxillary vestibule, the encapsulated buccal fat pas is accessed by passing through the upper fibers of the buccinator muscle. Once inside its capsule, the main body of the buccal fat pad is extracted after Read More…

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