This patient had a rhinoplasty by another surgeon many years ago. Her two main concerns were the crookedness of her nose from the front and the bump on her nose from the profile. During her revision rhinoplasty, the nose was rebuilt to create a straighter nose from the front and to remove the nasal bump. Additionally, from the frontal view her nostrils were brought down to prevent seeing inside of her nose, which was apparent in her pre-surgical pictures.
The patient also had a chin implant placed to help define and elongate her jawline. The larger chin also creates an illusion of a smaller nose. This was a very successful revision rhinoplasty procedure in an African-American female.
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