1. How to Start Journey of Rhinoplasty for Beginners
2. An Overview of the Anthropological Perspective of Indian Noses and Its Implications for Rhinoplasty
3. Evaluation of Rhinoplasty Patients
4. Basic Rhinoplasty Surgery
5. Nasal Septum
6. Saddle Nose Deformity: Augmentation Rhinoplasty
7. Dorsal Nasal Hump Deformity: Reduction Rhinoplasty
8. Deviated Noses or Crooked Noses
9. Nasal Tip Deformities
10. Complications of Rhinoplasty
11. Special Cases: Advanced Reconstructive Rhinoplasty—Cleft Nose Deformity and Binder’s Syndrome
Each racial and ethnic population has their own nasal characteristics, which need to be considered when planning rhinoplasty surgery. This book is probably the first of its kind in the Indian context highlighting the goal of maintaining ethnic identity congruent with the patient’s facial features and establishing Indian standards for gauging the success of the surgery. This is important as most of the rhinoplasty books have addressed these issues of the Caucasian or southeast Asian population and Caucasian normative standards of facial analysis. This book provides a broader understanding of ethnically specific features. It highlights the regional variations within India and their implications for rhinoplasty Surgery, thereby filling the void of lack of knowledge of the intricacies of surgery on Indian noses. It deals with important topics such as preoperative evaluations, determining factors such as thickness and texture of skin along with the various complications that may be encountered. It simplifies and facilitates learning with numerous pre-operative, intra-operative, and postoperative photographs. This book provides a systematic approach to Rhinoplasty surgery in Indian patients with an emphasis on addressing the functional aspects along with the cosmetic aspects.
This book is a must-have for trainees in rhinoplasty and plastic surgery courses along with facial plastic surgeons, maxillofacial surgeons, and aesthetic surgeons operating on the Indian population across the globe.
• Pronounces ethnical diversity of Indian noses with varied pre and post operative photographs
• Demonstrates different approaches to the Indo- Aryan, the Mongoloid and the Dravidian noses in India
• Illustrates with a large number of intraoperative images