Cocoona Day Surgery Centre
United Arab Emirates
Sanjay Parashar has completed his plastic surgery qualifi cation in 1995. He has acquired MCh degree and Dip National Board degree in Plastic surgery from India. He was awarded fellowship of Australian Craniofacial unit after undergoing training under Royal Australasian College of Surgeons program. He is Director of Plastic Surgery at Cocoona centre. He is a faculty for teaching and training in International Society of Plastic Surgery, Emirates Plastic Surgery Society, Indian Association of Plastic surgeons, ICAAM etc. He has published papers in PRS, Annals of Plastic Surgery, Australasian Journal of Surgery, Craniofacial Journal etc.
Rhinoplasty is one of the most demanding surgeries in both men and women. Th ere are various kinds such as augmentation rhinoplasty, reduction rhinoplasty, septorhinoplasty, tip plasty etc. Majority of the patients are seeking aesthetic improvement for their nose and many are looking for perfection. Th e incidence of dissatisfaction rate is very high in both men and women. There is a very thin line between aesthetically acceptable noses to aesthetically unpleasant nose. Patients have varied expectations some to the point of being unrealistic. It is surgeons’ responsibility to perform a thorough assessment physically and psychologically. A structured system of facial analysis helps to identify abnormalities in the nose that may or may not be correctable. In this presentation the author will present a system of analysis of the nose and emphasize on rhinoplasty techniques to avoid unnatural results and achieve a more harmonious outcome.
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