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- Height: 5'5"
- Age: 28
- Gender: Female
- Ethnicity: Caucasian
- Weight: 125 lbs
Tip Rhinoplasty and Hump Reduction
Doing a comprehensive evaluation will aid in the understanding of the underlying nasal structure. It really is important to realize that the nose should be evaluated in conjunction with a complete facial analysis. Given the multitude of factors influencing the result after a tip rhinoplasty , a method that is systematic preoperative analysis is prudent. Assessment of frontal, lateral, and views that are basal considered standard, particularly, as particular deformities may only be visible on that view.
Hence, omission of any of these views harbors the danger of missing findings that are important that, if not dealt with intraoperatively, hamper the postoperative outcome. For useful purposes, we further divide the nostrils into thirds (ie, upper, middle, and lower third), and analyze these places individually, allowing us to modify the desired part; it allows us to tailor the procedure towards the site associated with the pathology.
While the which is frontal Basal views allow evaluation of width and symmetry of the nose, the view this is certainly lateral the dorsal line, tip location and projection, as well as morphology of the nostrils. Keep In Mind that although the components of the evaluation should be standardized, cultural differences and tastes that tend to be cultural be acknowledged. Skin depth varies considerably between patients but additionally within people. Skin overlying the one-third that is upper of nostrils is typically thinner and more mobile compared to the thick skin that is sebaceous overlying the lower third.