Surgeon: Dr. Jack P. Gunter
History: This young man had one previous rhinoplasty. He complained that his bridge had been “scooped out” and caused that area to look flat. He did not like the collapse of his nostrils that he described as a “three leaf clover” shape. He also said the tip was too wide and there was too much hanging of the column between the nostrils, and there was too much upward rotation of his tip.
Front View: Rib cartilage grafts were used to give him a more natural looking bridge and to rebuild the entire tip. The lateral walls of the tip were reinforced to correct the nostril collapse.
Side View: The bridge has been augmented and the tip turned downwards with decreased nostril show.
Angle View: This view demonstrates the improvement made and shows a more masculine nose.