Rhinoplasty: a graded aesthetic-anatomical approach

R K Daniel, M L Lessard
Annals of Plastic Surgery 1984, 13 (5): 436-51
The fundamental rhinoplasty principles established by Joseph and the aesthetic canons of Sheen can be reconciled by selecting the optimal surgical technique based on in-depth anatomical knowledge. Since neither the perfect nose nor the perfect rhinoplasty operation exists, the goal remains to choose those procedures best suited for the individual patient. The greater the surgeon's commitment and repertoire, the higher the chances of success.

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