Procedure to Treat Scooped Nose Bridge

Overview

People who have a nose bridge scoop suffer from a relatively common nasal and nasal-facial aesthetic disproportion, specifically a weak or “scooped out” appearance to the bridge of the nose. The causes for a scooped or weak nasal bridge can be developmental and hereditary with undergrowth of the bone and cartilage that support the nasal bridge, or traumatic following an injury to the bridge of the nose during development, or from over resection of the bridge structures, both bone and cartilage during a previous nose job or rhinoplasty surgery.

Solution

Revision Rhinoplasty

Revision Rhinoplasty is a reconstructive cosmetic procedure for those with unsatisfactory results from a previous rhinoplasty.



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