Saddle Nose Deformity Revision Rhinoplasty, Patient 28423
This man was dealing with a septal perforation with nasal obstruction. Support for the middle aspect of his nose had also diminished due to trauma, leading to what is known as a low bridge or saddle nose deformity. New York-based Dr. Edwin Williams used ear cartilage to rebuild support for the middle aspect, leading to a natural-looking and strong masculine appearance when viewed from the front and side. The newly built support also helped to strengthen the look of the area between his eyes.