Implications for Nasal Recontouring: Nasion Position Preferences as Determined by a Survey of White North Americans

@article{Mowlavi2003ImplicationsFN,
  title={Implications for Nasal Recontouring: Nasion Position Preferences as Determined by a Survey of White North Americans},
  author={Arian S. Mowlavi and Daniel G. Meldrum and Bradon J. Wilhelmi},
  journal={Aesthetic Plastic Surgery},
  year={2003},
  volume={27},
  pages={438-445}
}
White North American men (n = 75) and women (n = 75) were surveyed to investigate gender specific preferences of nasion position, which may aid plastic surgeons in nasal shaping during rhinoplasty. The subjects were asked to rank preferences of various nasion positions from life-size, scaled, sketched male and female profiles. Nasion positions with regard to height (anterior projection) and level (vertical position) were altered, whereas all other facial and nasal anthropometric measurements… CONTINUE READING

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