Monthly Archives: November 2010
And now for the final installation in our series of photos demonstrating the comparison of simulated surgical results done pre-operatively with actual rhinoplasty results obtained over one year after surgery. This already beautiful young woman wanted her nose to better balance with her face through hump reduction, tip narrowing and refinement, deprojection, and correction of […]
Continuing from our last post, we want to show you another example of how closely computer imaged results compare to the final surgical rhinoplasty outcome. This young woman had undergone previous rhinoplasty that left her with a wide, unrefined tip from the front view and a pollybeak-type fullness above the tip on profile view.
Computer imaging is extremely important in our practice in helping our patients to articulate their goals for rhinoplasty surgery and for us to be able to communicate effectively what can or cannot be accomplished with surgery. It is not just about drawing a picture of a good-looking nose. For us, it is about being able […]
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