How is Autologous Cartilage Graft Rhinoplasty Done?
Aug28

How is Autologous Cartilage Graft Rhinoplasty Done?

There are some cases where patients have to undergo an autologous cartilage graft rhinoplasty, and not have artificial nose implants. When speaking about risks and possible complications after getting a nose job, using artificial implants are much more dangerous than using nose implants that are not artificial and are taken from the patient’s own body. In the case of autologous cartilage graft rhinoplasty, the patient’s own cartilage...

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Autologous Cartilage Graft Rhinoplasty
Aug25

Autologous Cartilage Graft Rhinoplasty

There are several different ways on how to perform rhinoplasty, either surgically or non-surgically. In non-surgical rhinoplasty, dermal fillers are injected to certain regions of the nose to fill gaps within the nose, while surgical rhinoplasty (either closed rhinoplasty or open rhinoplasty) uses implants (either artificial or natural implants) to make the nose look better. One type of rhinoplasty, the augmentation rhinoplasty always...

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