Case Studies

Rhinoplasty or nose-job is perhaps one of the most difficult operations in facial plastic surgery. The combination of function and form involving bone, cartilage and soft tissue makes rhinoplasty a most challenging procedure to get consistently pleasing results. No two noses are the same, so the rhinoplasty surgeon needs vast experience of a myriad of techniques, to obtain a good result.

Kalpesh Patel is an established Consultant Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon based at The Imperial College Hospitals (St Mary’s campus), one of England’s leading medical institutions and the first academic health centre in the United Kingdom.

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