|Incisions||Beginning the operation: the basic incisions and some introductory nasal anatomy.|
|Hump removal||Removing the hump along the bridge of the nose, one of the first tasks in rhinoplasty.|
|Nasal septum||A discussion of the nasal septum: where it is, what it does, what we do with it during surgery.|
|Tip narrowing||The bulbous tip: narrowing the tip of the nose by working on its cartilages.|
|The nasal bones||How to narrow the nose by bringing the nasal bones closer to each other.|
|Splint||A description of the nasal splint and dressing: their rationale and how they are placed.|
|Tip support||The importance of support for the tip of the nose, and how the underlying nasal cartilages control it.|
|Shorten the nose||Making a long nose shorter: a detailed description of one useful technique.|
|The nasal spine||A piece of the nose called the anterior nasal spine: its anatomy and how it affects the appearance of the nose.|
|Revision surgery||Revision rhinoplasty: an exploration of some of the errors made by mediocre rhinoplasty surgeons.|
|The nasion||The nasion, where the nose meets the forehead: surgical considerations.|
|Odd cartilages||Oddly-shaped tip cartilages: a review of some of the different shapes that a busy rhinoplasty surgeon sees.|
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