This patient had a secondary rhinoplasty. She had her tip asymmetry corrected as well as septum being brought down from the side view and the columella elevated.
This patient had asymmetry to the tip corrected as well as the tip elevated and the columella flattened.
This patient had three previous rhinoplasties. He had a warped rib graft which was replaced by a gortex graft and he had his tip defined.
This patient had secondary rhinoplasty. She had too much cartilage removed from her first surgery. Her tip was reconstructed with cartilage from her septum and the septum was reduced from the side.
This patient had secondary rhinoplasty to improve the appearance of her tip. The tip was reduced and smoothed out to reduce the bumpy appearance.
This patient had a secondary rhinoplasty to improve his profile narrow the tip slightly.
This patient had a correction of a previous rhinoplasty. From the side view it can be seen that tip grafts removed and replaced therefore correcting the profile.
This patient had corrective rhinoplasty. Her previous rhinoplasty left her with too much projection as well as too much droop to her columella.
This patient had a secondary rhinoplasty with the tip reduced and elevated.
This patient had corrective rhinoplasty. Her previous surgery left her with tip asymmetry which was corrected and her tip was defined.
This patient had a secondary rhinoplasty. Her old implant was removed which was thinning her skin and replaced with a smaller implant, and the tip was reduced.