The Sliding Technique: A Method to Treat the Overprojected Nasal Tip

@article{Gubisch2008TheST,
  title={The Sliding Technique: A Method to Treat the Overprojected Nasal Tip},
  author={Wolfgang M. Gubisch and Jacqueline Eichhorn-Sens},
  journal={Aesthetic Plastic Surgery},
  year={2008},
  volume={32},
  pages={772-778}
}
This report aims to demonstrate the advantages of the sliding technique for reducing an overprojected tip. In this study 271 patients (201 females, 70 males) were treated using this technique. It was used for isolated tip hypertrophy (N = 93) and combined deformities (N = 147). A medial sliding was performed in 109 patients, a lateral in 125 patients, and a combined lateral and medial sliding was used in 9 patients. Twenty patients needed additional skin resection at the columella. Follow-up of… CONTINUE READING

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