Surgeon: Dr. Jack P. Gunter
History: This lady had one previous rhinoplasty which resulted in her having significant breathing problems through both sides of her nose. She also requested more refinement of her nasal tip.
Front View: Her breathing problems were due to the collapse of the cartilage of the side walls of her nose. This resulted in an upside down “V” shape indention on the bridge of her nose as shown in the pre op photo. Correction of the collapse resulted in a much better airway and a more natural look.
Side View: Refinement of the tip included rotating the nose slightly upward to give her a more youthful appearance and changing the roundness of the tip to a more sculpted look.
Angle View: Again the nose appears rotated slightly upward and more sculpted.
Basel View: This view shows more open airways on both sides which corrected her breathing problems.