This technique, which has been on the agenda in recent years and whose application is spreading rapidly and is more recent, is based on the principle of completing the operation as having the patient’s own nasal back at the end of the operation while protecting the patient’s nose back. Instead of reshaping the nose and reshaping the nose, as in the normal technique, it is done by releasing the bone-cartilage unit from below and pushing it down, creating a new nose back. Since it is a new technique, I apply it in limited cases in my clinic.
Who is the technical let down?
I can prefer this technique in cases where there is not much nasal belt in my clinic and there is no curvature in the upper part of the cartilage septum. If you have a side-arched profile and your front-to-nose back looks ideal, this technique may be appropriate for you.