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Age: 27-38

Gender: Male

Happy to share photos of a young man after revision rhinoplasty! This patient had a saddle nose deformity after a prior procedure. What looks like a “hump” or a “bump” is actually a loss in bridge height from sagging or “saddling” of the nose. This happens when key structural components are lost, like the septum. The septum is a central pillar in the nose that is responsible for bridge height and tip position. This young gentleman needed reconstruction of his septum with rib graft.





Dr. Moustafa Mourad
Board Certified Head and
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    Moustafa Mourad, MD, FACS is board-certified in head and neck surgery and highly-trained in cosmetic plastic surgery and facial reconstruction. Dr. Mourad is also a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He treats many conditions, both cosmetic and complex, that affect the head, neck... Learn More »