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Dr Robinson is delighted to have been invited by the ENT society to present his approach and results in functional rhinoplasty. The presentation will be to his contemporaries in April 2015.
Dr Robinson has recently finished demonstrating at the annual facial plastic surgery course, which is held in Perth during Novembery 2014.
Do you have an obvious convexity on the bridge of your nose which looks like a hump? If this is the case then you have what is called a dorsal hump. Having a dorsal hump is very common.
Previously I have talked about having a dorsal hump and how it can cause an unsightly appearance to your nose. When it comes to removing a dorsal hump there are several different methods which I use.
Dr Robinson always performs an open structured rhinoplasty. An open structured rhinoplasty involves:
The hump on the nose - commonly referred to as a dorsal hump is made up of a combination of bone and cartilage. The upper part of the hump is made up of bone, the lower part of the hump is made up of cartilage.