The endonasal nasal rim and valve reconstructive method (NARR) answers the deficiencies of previous methods and offers a reliable, technically simple, structurally sound and cosmetically pleasing procedure to strengthen the nasal valve and rim area. The nasal alar rim reconstructive procedure, through the endonasal approach, has the advantage in secondary rhinoplasty of ease of technique, limited dissection, avoidance of the often scarred domal area and optimized skin and soft tissue vascularization.
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Tina M. Kameron, B.A., CRTT for her intra-operative photographic expertise and editing of the manuscript
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