The current tendency to perform corrective rhinoplasty with the help of computerized images or cephalometric evaluations is justified by the need to adapt the amount of correction to all of the cephalometric relationships and draw on indications on the exact quantity of tissue to add or remove. We propose a very simple standard of surgical planning, which permits obtaining immediate data on the position of the jaw, the maxilla, and the correct nose proportion, and we confront the results of surgical planning with the postoperative.
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Fruscella, P. Cephalometric Analysis and Postoperative Results in Aesthetic Rhinoplasty . Aesth. Plast. Surg. 21 , 79 –85 (1997). https://doi.org/10.1007/s002669900088
- Key words: Aesthetic rhinoplasty—Cephalometry—Postoperative results