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The Risk Of Revision in Revision Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty surgery involves the separation of the overlying soft tissue coverage so that the osteocartilaginous framework can be reshaped. Even when done under direct vision (open rhinoplasty) how the soft tissue responds to these changes and whether these structural changes can produce what the patient wants is not always completely predictable. Thus the risk of Read More…

Aesthetic Treatment Options for the Peaked Head Shape Deformity

The peaked head shape  is a specific type of aesthetic head deformity in which the midline of the skull is appreciably higher than that of the sides. This creates an inverted V-shape to the head in front view. Thus can be caused by an isolated high sagittal ridge, a normal sagittal ridge with parasagittal-temporal line Read More…

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