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What Is Pollybeak Deformity? Understanding Steps of Revision Rhinoplasty
Pollybeak deformity after primary rhinoplasty is defined by the appearance of a dorsal hump forms a nasal convexity that resembles a parrot’s beak. This occurs when the area above the tip of the nose on the bridge, known as the supratip, turns downward causing under-rotation. Unfortunately, not all rhinoplasty procedures ...
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Will All Rhinoplasty Patients Experience A Voice Change?
We have not observed any voice changes in our patients or received reports from patients that their voice changed  after rhinoplasty ...
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Celebrate Your New Year’s Weight Loss with Tummy Tuck
Weight loss and healthier eating seem to be on the minds of nearly everyone in 2014, and if you are determined to stick to your New Year’s resolution we encourage you to work hard everyday towards your goal. However, successful weight loss is more than a resolution, for some people ...
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Is Recovery Different After Revision Rhinoplasty?
Secondary nose surgery, or revision rhinoplasty, can involve similar motions that were administered in a patient’s initial nose surgery, but not everything will be the same. The goal for patients is to achieve better results than what they gained in their previous nose surgery, and many wonder if the recovery ...
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Rhinoplasty: Choosing the Right Shape for the New You
Your nose is one of the most definitive parts of your face, and its size is one of the first things people notice. Now that the new year is here you have considered taking the next step in altering your appearance, because the shape of your nose continues to make ...
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Can Breast Augmentation Make Up for Lack of Cleavage?
When it comes to breast augmentation, women are likely to ask how well their cleavage can be enhanced with breast implants. One of the reasons women turn to breast augmentation is because they desire flattering cleavage than before. In terms of breast augmentation we do not advise to place implants ...
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Revision Rhinoplasty for the New Year
The holiday season is in full effect, and what a better time to talk about redesigning your nasal structure for the new year. You may be thinking of some of the flaws that occurred after recovery from your primary rhinoplasty and feel the need to correct them. While many of ...
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When to Turn to Rhinoplasty for Traumatic Sports Injuries
Physical contact is likely to happen in nearly any sport. Chances of injury rises without question, and when the face is exposed the nose is the most vulnerable to experience injury. What athletes are unaware of is the damage caused deep within their nasal structure. Many of us believe that ...
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Managing Healthy Weight After Tummy Tuck During Thanksgiving
The holiday season is upon us and the meal that we feared the most has come and we find ourselves dreading the damage that we are most likely to cause at the dinner table, but this Thanksgiving give yourself something to celebrate. The average American Thanksgiving meal consists 3,000 calories ...
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