This 29 year old woman was concerned about her profile and the asymmetry of her nose. Dr. Ransom used an endonasal or “scarless” rhinoplasty approach to reduce the hump on the bridge, lift the tip of the nose, and improve the shape of the tip and nostrils. The recovery from this type of rhinoplasty is … Continue reading “Patient Case #4733”Individual results may vary.
This 21 year old woman always hated the bump on her bridge and the fullness of her nasal tip. One year after cosmetic rhinoplasty, her nose is more balanced and feminine with just enough lift to highlight her other beautiful features.Individual results may vary.
This 47 year old woman had a previous closed rhinoplasty 20 years ago, performed by another surgeon. Unfortunately, she ended up with multiple issues, including an open roof deformity, inverted-V deformity, an asymmetric (front view) and over-projected (lateral view)tip, and a twisted septum (base view). The combined effect was an aesthetically unpleasing nose and breathing … Continue reading “Patient Case #2164”Individual results may vary.
This 37 year old woman never liked how the tip of her nose pointed down, or the bump on her nasal bridge. In addition, she had problems with her breathing due to a deviated septum. This patient was very concerned about maintaining the harmony between her nose and her other features, and was interested in … Continue reading “Patient Case #2157”Individual results may vary.
This 48 year old woman had always wanted a “nose job” (rhinoplasty), but couldn’t find the right time to do it. In addition to a large nose with a big bump (dorsal hump), she had significant issues with her breathing – owing to an untreated broken nose and deviated septum many years prior. After consultation … Continue reading “Patient Case #2150”Individual results may vary.
This 27 year old woman had very clear goals: to breath better AND to improve the appearance of her nose. Specifically, she wanted to get rid of the bump and improve the shape of the tip. As you can see in the photos, the bump is long gone and the tip is more symmetric and … Continue reading “Patient Case #3463”Individual results may vary.
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