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Secondary Rhinoplasty

  • Man Koon Suh
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Abstract

Compared to other fields of aesthetic surgery, aesthetic rhinoplasty consists of a wide variety of operative techniques as well as implant materials and graft types. As such, the wide spectrum of outcomes can be observed, depending on the skill and experience of a surgeon.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Man Koon Suh
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  1. 1.JW Plastic Surgery CenterSeoulSouth Korea

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