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Steven M. Denenberg, M.D.
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This nose was injured in an automobile accident.  Her nose was pushed off to the right side of her face.  When a nose is off center on the face, the patient usually has a "good side" and a "bad side."  This right oblique view is the bad side of a nose that is pushed to the right.  The nose's leaning to the right looks like a bulge from this angle.

As you are browsing this patient's views, compare this view with her "good side," which is view 3.

After surgery, she has a much nicer straight dorsum with a tip that is more distinct and narrow.


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Questioner: Who are the rhinoplasty revision specialists in the United States?
I need an ENT and facial plastic surgeon that specializes in rhinoplasty revisions. It doesn't seem like many are out there. Please refer me to some besides Cochran, Hilinski, and Frankel.
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Dr. Denenberg's answer: They seem to be all over the place!
If you ask a surgeon to name the three greatest surgeons of all time, he'll have trouble thinking of the other two.

Key is to look at a doctor's before and after photos, and see if you like his results. See the Web reference link.

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