- Daniel G. Becker
- Stephen S. Park
A valuable reference for improving outcomes in revision rhinoplasty surgery
Revision Rhinoplasty is an essential reference for addressing the manifold problems arising from unsuccessful rhinoplasty. In this book, internationally recognized experts provide their recommendations and describe techniques that will help the reader plan and perform a successful secondary rhinoplasty. The book opens by reviewing fundamental concepts of revision rhinoplasty, with thorough discussion of anatomy and functional considerations, as well as strategies for assessing the psychological characteristics of patients, such as the patient’s motivations and expectations for surgery, appearance concerns, and psychiatric status and history. Chapters then focus on managing specific problems in different subsites of the nose, providing important information on the evaluation of the patient, indications, contraindications, surgical techniques, and postoperative care.
- A separate chapter on each clinical problem to help the reader rapidly locate topics of interest
- Expert guidance on how to manage critical steps and complications
- Insights into the philosophy and personal experiences of leading surgeons in a unique section titled, Personal Philosophies of Revision Rhinoplasty
- Nearly 700 clinical and intra-operative images clearly demonstrating key concepts
This book is an essential reference for facial plastic surgeons, plastic surgeons, otolaryngologists, and rhinologists seeking to master the complexities of revision rhinoplasty.