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Replacing a Removed Nasal Spine
During my rhinoplasty 5 years ago my nasal spine was removed without my previous knowledge. My nose looks much shorter from the frontal view and as a result is not aestetically pleasing. Also, my upper lip now appears too long. I was wondering if there is a procedure that can replace the nasal spine and make my nose appear longer from the front view again? Also, will this procedure, if it exists, make the upper lip appear shorter?
Nasal Spine Removal During Rhinoplasty
Replacing Nasal Spine
The nasal spine may be addressed in about 5 % of rhinoplasties
Fixes for the short nose
Columellar/Nasal Spine Revision After Rhinoplasty
Caudal Extension Graft to Lengthen the Nose
Replacing the nasal spine.
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