This practical, how-to casebook provides expert guidelines and step-by-step instructions on managing the many complications that can come up in revision rhinoplasty and reconstructive surgery of the nose. The first part of the book discusses the principles and practice of revision rhinoplasty and the second part presents nearly 60 select cases that address common surgical problems and offer the best solutions for resolving them.
Addresses the important topics of psychosomatic problems, psychology, body dysmorphic disorder, patient selection and contraindications, the timing of revision surgery, and wound healing
Beautifully illustrated with over 900 full-color photographs and drawings that help readers visualize every concept
Follows the classic principle of learning from mistakes to prevent them from being repeated
This book covers the full range of open, closed, and endoscopic approaches to revision rhinoplasty and reconstructive surgery of the nose. It gives residents and other new practitioners the complete armamentarium of surgical techniques they need to avoid typical mistakes and hopefully achieve optimal results the first time around.