Surgeon: Dr. Jack P. Gunter
History: Patient had 2 previous rhinoplasties. She complained of breathing difficulties and was unhappy with the overall appearance of her nose.
Front View: Frontal view shows correction of the collapse of the mid-portion of the bridge and reshaping of the asymmetric ball-like tip. The partially collapsed, retracted, nostril rims have been widened and lowered to help with the breathing as well as the appearance.
Side View: The height of the bridge has been reduced and has projection of the nasal tip to put the nose in better balance with the face.
Oblique View: The retracted nostril rim has been lowered and the tip tilted slightly upward to make the nose look less masculine.
Basal View: The ball-like tip now appears more sculpted and the nostril lowered and strengthened with a cartilage graft for better support.