Clinical Situations Calling for Implants

The following five cases present specific situations in which grafts may be needed.

Case 1: A revision rhinoplasty has been performed in a patient who has had a dorsal overreduction, but nothing is left in the septum.

Case 2: A primary rhinoplasty does not have enough good pieces of septum to make the big dorsal graft you wanted or to make the tip grafts.

Case 3: You'd like to augment the premaxilla.

Case 4: You need structure and lengthening, but there is not enough septum. Case 5: You need to make a slight contour correction after a rhinoplasty has been performed.

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