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Would You Recomment Fibrin Glue to Be Used During Rhinoplasty?
I have a thick, oily nasal skin and am undergoing rhinoplasty surgery in about a month. My doctor plans on refining the tip and narrowing the nose, in general, as well as an alar base resection. I've heard of the use of fibrin glue to essentially make the skin stick against the skeletal framework (I guess?) in order to prevent pollybeak deformity and other healing complications. Is it legal in the US, have any of you surgeons tried it, and would you recommend me to ask my doctor for it? Thanks!
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