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Closed Revision rhinoplasty
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Restoration of non-angular nasal transitions is a common requirement for revision rhinoplasty. Understanding the interplay of light, soft tissue, and underlying structure is critical in secondary cases. Excessive removal of structure without creating alternative support is often the reason the revision is required. Replacing that support with an eye towards artistry provides natural revision results.
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