• “Minimally Invasive Cortical Bone Collector: A New Tool in Rhinoplasty.”

    One year ago - By Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery

    Background: In rhinoplasty, careful management of the dorsum to achieve a smooth transition from radix to tip is necessary to improve outcomes. Grafts and alloplastic materials were previously used for treatment of dorsal irregularities. Bone dust is one of the leading options that is easily moldable into a paste, reliable and an “orthotopic” option that promotes bony healing across the dorsal bony defect. It is especially useful in closed rhinoplasty, where our visual acuity on the dorsum is relatively reduced.
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