Rhinoplasty: Current Therapy, An Issue of Oral and by Shahrokh C. Bagheri BS DMD MD FACS FICD, Husain Ali Khan

By Shahrokh C. Bagheri BS DMD MD FACS FICD, Husain Ali Khan MD DMD FACS, Angela Cuzalina MD

A complete replace of rhinoplasty for the oral and maxillofacial health care professional! issues contain fundamentals of basic beauty rhinoplasty, facial research, anatomy of the nostril for rhinoplasty, septoplasty together with beauty rhinoplasty, grafting innovations and fabrics for rhinoplasty, nasal tip changes, correction of the crooked nostril, endonasal rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty and hard situations, ethnic rhinoplasty, historical past of rhinoplasty, and extra!

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Grafting of the nasal tip structures can be challenging via the closed approach and requires complex understanding of the tip. Graft movement and stability are among the few problems that the surgeon may encounter. An advantage of the closed rhinoplasty technique is the speed, lesser dissection, and absence of a skin incision. It has been suggested that when compared with closed approach, the open technique (especially without strut grafting) will result in some degree of long-term nasal tip collapse, due to the soft-tissue retraction, scarring, and weakening of the foot plates of the lower lateral cartilages.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors want to express their sincere gratitude to Begonia Rueda Rodriquez for her accurate anatomical depictions. They truly add to the article’s value by highlighting the important anatomical 37 38 Stevens & Emam structures as they relate to the applied surgical anatomy of the nose. 20. REFERENCES 1. Oneal RM, Beil RJ. Surgical anatomy of the nose. Clin Plast Surg 2010;37(2):191–211. 2. Gonzalez-Ulloa M, Castillo A, Stevens E, et al. Preliminary study of the total restoration of the facial skin.

Current therapy in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Mosby (MO): Elsevier; 2011. Koehler J. Basic rhinoplasty. In: Fonseca RJ, Turvey TA, Marciani RD, editors. Oral and maxillofacial surgery. Elsevier; 2009. p. 553–78. Marin VP, Cochran CS, Gunter JP. Anatomic approach for tip problems. In: Aston SJ, Steinbrech DS, Walden JL, et al, editors. Aesthetic plastic surgery. St Louis (MO): Elsevier; 2009. p. 507–21. Steiger JD, Baker SR. Nuances of profile management: the radix. Facial Plast Surg 2009;17(1):15–28.

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