- Types of Nose Reconstruction
- Functional Rhinoplasty
- Revision/Reconstructive Rhinoplasty
- Saddle Nose Deformity And Its Correction
- Septal Perforation or (hole in the septum)
- The Vasculitic Nose
- Forehead Flap Reconstruction
- The Cocaine Nose – Cocaine Nose Injury
- Minor (Nasal) Nose Reconstruction
- Moderate (Nasal) Nose Reconstruction
- Major (Nasal) Nose Reconstruction (partial nasal amputations or partial rhinectomy)
- Major Facial And (Nasal) Nose Reconstruction
- Prosthetic Rehab
- Revision Nose reconstruction / scar revision
- Rhinophyma Correction
- Nose Plastic Surgery (Cosmetic Rhinoplasty)
- What Happens When Things Don’t Go To Plan?
- Columella reconstruction
Minor (Nasal) Nose Reconstruction
These are defects where there is only loss of skin and cartilage or bone of the nose.
The inner lining of the nose remains intact. These defects can be reliably repaired with tissue from the forehead and cartilage from the ear or ribs.
The management of these defects will require 2 stages of surgery; each 3 weeks apart, sometimes 3 surgeries are required.
Good outcomes from these surgeries should be expected.
Small defects can be repaired with a free composite graft with high success rates in one operation.
Skin and cartilage defect of half of the nasal tip. Reconstructed with a 3 stage forehead flap results in a symmetrical nose with normal nasal breathing, no nostril narrowing or retraction.