Topic – Tension Nose – The term “Tension nose Rhinoplasty” is well known to many rhinoplastic surgeons, yet confusion exists with respect to its exact significance. Tension deformity is defined as excessive growth of the quadrilateral cartilage, overgrown in all directions: the top, the front, and the bottom. Correction of a tension nose requires careful reduction of each of the parts that are oversized in a proportionate fashion. The diagnosis of the tension nose is made by observing an overprojected dorsal septum and superior displacement and/or anteroinferior rotation of the tip cartilages. Correction of this deformity is obtained using a complete transfixion incision in association with a rim strip or lateral crural flap resection of excess tip cartilage. A transcartilaginous approach to the tip cartilages is advocated to preserve cartilage stability.
Description- This webinar is intended for educational purposes and below are the points we will be discussing
* Obtaining Adequate tip projection
* Hump Reduction
* Naison graft
* Supra tip graft
Time – Feb 4, 2021 09:00 PM in Dubai
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This interactive webinar will cover the main technical aspects of the preservation rhinoplasty and the guidelines to select the patients in the best way for this innovative procedure. An evolution of the personal approach by Dr./Asst. Prof. Bashar Bizrah to nose reshaping surgery, Rhinoplasty is constantly evolving with new techniques and concepts. This webinar offers an overview of contemporary techniques and practice to help practitioners achieve optimal results.
A certificate of attendance and CPD certificate per webinar of this series will be issued to those joining the webinars live.
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