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Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS)
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate:
B.A., Murray State University
M.D., University of Kentucky
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship:
University Medical Center-UFHSC
General Surgery, University Medical Center-UFHSC
Jacksonville Hospitals Education Program - University Hospital of Jacksonville, FL
Otolaryngology, University Hospitals of Cleveland, Ohio - Western Reserve
Treatments offered at Ear, Nose, and Throat Specialists of Florida, P.A.
Most popular answers from James H. Fuller, MD
A major goal of rhinoplasty is symmetry. Certainly your asymmetrical tip can be corrected and most likely without bone work. I would want to see the... READ MORE
Had Rhinoplasty 4 Years Ago, Still I Feel Nose is Too Wide, Slightly Droopy and Slightly Asymmetric. What Should I Do? (photo)
The pictures presented are not adequate for a full evaluation, but it looks to me that the upper tip (lateral cartilaginous framework) is too wide and... READ MORE
This is a little complicated. Most insurance companies, including BC/BS of Florida will pay for a rhinoplasty within a year of the injury for a... READ MORE
There is no question that the patient's own tissue is the safest, but even it can absorb. The main problem is the morbidity of the donor site... READ MORE
One's ethnicity must be considered in any rhinoplasty. To me your entire nose is a little large - not just the tip. It would be helpful to see... READ MORE
I think your computer modeling provides a great goal. This is a good starting point to discuss your ideal with your surgeon, However, skin thickness... READ MORE
Probably, there is significant change with further definition of the tip the first six months and some out to eighteen months or longer. I would wait... READ MORE
Acute displaced nasal fractures should be reduced within two weeks. My ideal time is ten days except a little sooner in a child and a little longer if... READ MORE
I think this is a matter of training; I am of the old school. I am comfortable with the closed technique. Pick your surgeon and let him do what is... READ MORE
You have a very masculine face and a masculine nose to match. Unless some defect is hidden on the frontal view only I would say, no. READ MORE
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