- This (34 – 44 year old) patient had a poor original rhinoplasty, which created a pinched, uneven tip.
- Overly visible nostril openings.
- Closed rhinoplasty revision corrected this, recreating a 100% natural looking nose.
- The nostrils are not as visible, and the tip is smooth and even.
- This (24 – 34 year old) patient had an overdone surgery.
- Too much bump was removed from bridge, which resulted in collapse of the bridge and severe pinching of her tip with over-shortening of the tip.
- Closed rhinoplasty restored all aspects of the old nose.
- 100 % natural contours.
- This (24 – 34 year old) patient had a prior open rhinoplasty.
- Too much tissue was removed from bridge, which created the scooped out profile, and caused a crooked bridge and overly visible nostril openings.
- Dr. Tobias used closed rhinoplasty techniques to reconstruct the deformities.
- The patients profile is straight and no longer crooked. The tip is natural looking.
- This (34 – 44 year old) patient had a very bad prior rhinoplasty.
- The bridge was nearly completely removed. The tip was over rotated and shortened, revealing very large nostrils.
- Using closed rhinoplasty technique, the bridge was rebuilt with an implant.
- The tip was completely corrected, the nostrils are no longer visible, the columella is straight, and it looks totally natural.
- This (18 – 24 year old) patient had deformed nostrils and columella from a previous open rhinoplasty.
- The nostrils were uneven and retracted up; the columella drooped down in the middle.
- The bridge is thinner and straighter, the nose is symmetrical and even.
- The columella is not hanging, and the deformities are corrected; the scar from an open rhinoplasty is less visible.