A valuable reference for improving outcomes in revision rhinoplasty surgery Revision Rhinoplasty is an essential reference for addressing the manifold problems arising from unsuccessful rhinoplasty. In this book, internationally recognized experts provide their recommendations and describe techniques that will help the reader plan and perform a successful secondary rhinoplasty. The book opens by reviewing fundamental concepts of revision rhinoplasty, with thorough discussion of anatomy and functional considerations, as well as strategies for assessing the psychological characteristics of patients, such as the patient's motivations and expectations for surgery, appearance concerns, and psychiatric status and history. Chapters then focus on managing specific problems in different subsites of the nose, providing important information on the evaluation of the patient, indications, contraindications, surgical techniques, and postoperative care. Features: A separate chapter on each clinical problem to help the reader rapidly locate topics of interest Expert guidance on how to manage critical steps and complications Insights into the philosophy and personal experiences of leading surgeons in a unique section titled, "Personal Philosophies of Revision Rhinoplasty" Nearly 700 clinical and intra-operative images clearly demonstrating key concepts This book is an essential reference for facial plastic surgeons, plastic surgeons, otolaryngologists, and rhinologists seeking to master the complexities of revision rhinoplasty.
|Author||: Sam P. Most|
|Publisher||: Elsevier Health Sciences|
|Release Date||: 2020-12-01|
|ISBN 10||: 0323757278|
|Pages||: 240 pages|
This issue of Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics, guest edited by Dr. Sam P. Most, is devoted to Preservation Rhinoplasty. This issue is one of four selected each year by the series Consulting Editor, Dr. J. Regan Thomas. Articles in this issue include: Introduction and History of Preservation Rhinoplasty; Concepts, Indications, and Contraindications of Preservation Rhinoplasty; Anatomy of the Dorsal Hump; The Let Down Method of Endonasal Dorsal Reduction; Endonasal Approach to the Pushdown Method; External Approach to the Pushdown and Letdown Methods; Incorporating Dorsal Preservation into Clinical Practice; Subperichondrial and Periosteal Dissection of the Nose; Tip Ligament Suspension; Piezo-electric Osteotomies in Dorsal Reduction; Advanced Septal Reconstruction and Dorsal Preservation; Modified Skoog Method for Hump Reduction; and Component Hump Reduction.
A must-read for surgeons at all levels who need to solve clinical problems and master the technical demands of rhinoplasty. The author, an internationally respected pioneer in rhinoplasty, presents his own surgical technique in this easily accessible atlas. Clear and concise, with a strong emphasis on both split-second decision making and surgical techniques, this book guides the surgeon through todays more complex and individualised operative plan, employing a diversity of techniques. The atlas contains over 1,000 exquisite, detailed intraoperative photographs and multi-component illustrations to literally walk readers through a variety of different procedures and complex cases, including open structure techniques, closed rhinoplasty, open/closed grafts, and case studies. In addition, the atlas features a special section of step-by-step operative analysis for reduction, augmentation and balancing surgical procedures. This is the definitive resource for surgeons wanting to improve results, as well as for residents and those learning rhinoplasty.
Secondary Rhinoplasty begins with the basic anatomy of the nose that often predetermines which technique is possible and which is realistic. Each region of the nose and its particular anatomy is analyzed and explained as a specific unit and as part of the total aspect of management. Reconstruction of the nose, biologic deteriorations, tumors, the effects of aging, and associated congenital abnormalities are also dealt with. Nothing of substance has been left out, and yet the primary value of this text is the presentation of the most optimal surgical methods of correction.
In this atlas, sequential anatomical dissections are presented which show each component of the nose in unprecedented meticulous detail. Anatomical photographs are often paired with anatomical drawings and even intraoperative clinical photographs to illustrate each part of the nose. Rhinoplasty: An Anatomical and Clinical Atlas, provides an in-depth understanding of nasal anatomy and a wide variety of operative techniques. In rhinoplasty surgery, the surgeon must understand the tight linkage between surface aesthetics, underlying anatomy, and selection of operative techniques. The underlying anatomy is only revealed to a limited degree at the time of surgery and the surgeon must then adapt the operative plan to fit the actual anatomy observed in the operating room to achieve the patient’s desired aesthetic result. Ultimately, the goal of this atlas is to allow the surgeon to see the operative techniques in both cadavers and clinical cases which represents the best possible learning approach.
This lavishly illustrated atlas will have wide appeal to the growing number of specialists who perform rhinoplasty (aesthetic and/or reconstructive surgery of the nose). In addition to plastic surgeons, ENT/otolaryngologists, head & neck surgeons, dermatologists and even oral surgeons are now incorporating rhinoplasties into their practices. Over 350,000 rhinoplasties were performed in 2003, and as the number of cases increases, so does the number of failed operations. Follow up surgeries to improve form or function are referred to as "revision" or "secondary" rhinoplasties. Michael Evan Sachs has perfected the art and science of revision rhinoplasty with thousands of case, and readers will learn not only how to repair a failed procedure but also how to prevent one in the first place.
|Author||: Babak Azizzadeh,Daniel Becker|
|Publisher||: Elsevier Health Sciences|
|Release Date||: 2016-01-19|
|ISBN 10||: 0323414656|
|Pages||: 345 pages|
The third of a series of Multispecialty presentations in plastic surgery is this issue on Rhinoplasty, led by Dr. Babak Azzizadeh with plastic surgery section editor Dr. Ronald Gruber and facial plastic surgery section Editor Dr. Daniel Becker. This comprehensive publication on all aspects of Rhinoplasty and Revision Rhinoplasty presents clinical management from plastic surgeons and facial plastic surgeons on topics including: Anatomy/Analysis of the Nose in Rhinoplasty; External and Endonasal Rhinoplasty; Airway Obstruction; Surgical Treatment of Nasal Obstruction in Rhinoplasty; Cleft Lip Nose; Humpectomy/Spreader Flaps; Costal Cartilage Grafts in Rhinoplasty; Nasal Bones and Osteotomies; Dorsal Hump Osteotomies; Dorsal Augmentation; Short Nose Correction; Nasal Tip Deficiency; Projection and De-projection Techniques in Rhinoplasty; Projection and De-projection in Rhinoplasty; Use of Fillers in Rhinoplasty; Surgical Treatment of the Middle Nasal Vault; Bulbous and Broad Nasal Tip; The Crooked Nose; Surgical Treatment of the Twisted Nose; Nasal Base Deformities; Alar Rim Deformities; Rhinoplasty in the Asian Patient; Rhinoplasty in the African-American Patient; Rhinoplasty in the Latino Patient; Revision Rhinoplasty; Chin Advancement, Augmentation, and Reduction as an Adjunct to Rhinoplasty.
|Author||: Shahrokh C. Bagheri,Husain Ali Khan,Behnam Bohluli|
|Publisher||: Elsevier Health Sciences|
|Release Date||: 2021-02-28|
|ISBN 10||: 0323764541|
|Pages||: 240 pages|
This issue of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinics of North America is devoted to Modern Rhinoplasty and the Management of its Complications, and is edited by Drs. Shahrokh Bagheri, Husain Ali Khan, and Behnam Bohluli. Articles will include: New Horizons in Imaging and Diagnosis in Rhinoplasty; Preservation Rhinoplasty for the Dorsum and Tip; Piezoelectric Technology In Rhinoplasty; New Concepts in Dorsal Hump Reduction; Modern Techniques in Dorsal Augmentation; Grafting in Modern Rhinoplasty; New Concepts in Nasal Tip Contouring; Rhinoplasty with Fillers and Fat Grafting; Nasal Tip Deformities after Primary Rhinoplasty; Correction of Septal Perforation/Nasal Airway Repair; Correction of the Overly Shortened Nose; Management of the Cephalic Positioning of the Lower Lateral Cartilage in Modern Rhinoplasty (An Algorithmic Approach); Rhinoplasty for the cleft patient; and more!
The most demanding and challenging of all aesthetic surgical procedures, rhinoplasty is made easily accessible in this practical, how-to book from the worlds leading practitioners. Not only does Rhinoplasty: Cases and Techniques demonstrate a wide array of approaches, techniques, outcomes, and surgical pearls, tips, and nuances, but it also offers a unique cross-cataloguing feature that is especially helpful for referencing specific deformities and the procedures used to correct them. Special Features Virtually every nasal deformity is indexed and cross-referenced, so that you can quickly find the nasal type and procedure you are looking for--and learn how leading experts have tackled the same operative situation you are facing Contributions from 30 preeminent international surgeons place techniques from the masters at your fingertips, allowing you to learn a variety of surgical styles and approaches. Nearly 1,000 full-color intraoperative and before-and-after photographs and drawings help you visualize every concept Each of the 69 illustrated case studies contain detailed surgical analysis, plans, goals, operative sequences, and outcomes that will increase your knowledge of individual techniques and approaches A video component available FREE on the Thieme media center, and referenced to specific topics in the book, clearly and concisely demonstrates techniques for executing surgical plans, placing different types of sutures and grafts, and much more Important fundamentals on patient selection, preparation, techniques, postoperative care, complications, and sequelae are covered thoroughly, especially helpful for residents and new practitioners Rhinoplasty: Cases and Techniques offers examples, insights, and the expertise of the finest surgeons in the world as you plan your own procedures. It is mandatory reading for all facial plastic surgeons, plastic surgeons, otolaryngologists, residents, and fellows who are preparing, studying for, and performing safe, effective, and successful rhinoplasty.
Dr. Bahman Guyuron's Rhinoplasty shows you how to get the best results from the latest rhinoplasty techniques. the step-by-step instructions in this medical reference book provide all the guidance you need to succeed. You'll choose and apply the best approaches for particular patient populations such as cocaine users, patients with thick skin, ethnic patients, and revision rhinoplasty patients.