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NEW WEBINAR SERIES
THE 10 CHALLENGES IN RHINOPLASTY
10 of 10 | IMPERFECTIONS AFTER SURGERY | Wednesday - May 5, 2021 - 20:30-22:00 (CET)
10 minutes per panelist
Discussion and Questions from audience per case
RSE MEMBERS: FREE ACCESS (registration required) | ON-DEMAND (RSE website video library)
NON-MEMBERS: 50€ FEE (per webinar) | ON-DEMAND (2 week access) | 1 YEAR MEMBERSHIP (sign up for 4 webinars)
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Update and new year greetings
Dear Colleagues and Members of our Society,
it is my strong hope that you and your families have begun the New Year with the positive spirit of turning a dark page and looking ahead. Pablo Neruda once said “you can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming”, and indeed this saying befits our times...
10 Years Anniversary
May 4, 2011-2021
Education without bias and open exchange of ideas are our mission and reason of being.
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Who We Are
The goal of our society is education and exchange of experience. The intention of the Founding Members was that the Rhinoplasty Society of Europe acts as an educational platform for its members, to allow specialized members who have a strong clinical, teaching, and research interest in plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic rhinoplasty to exchange and develop their ideas and to work out problems in a common forum of mutual respect and collegiality.
What we offer
The Rhinoplasty Society of Europe mission is to provide education in aesthetic and functional rhinoplasty The Annual Meeting provides a forum for invited and submitted papers in a peer-reviewed format
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Primary rhinoplasty involves removing excess bone or cartilage, augmenting deficient areas and altering the internal nasal structures, thereby improving the structural support of the nose. The final changes may be subtle or dramatic, depending on the needs of the patient. Rhinoplasty can be considered one of the most complex and challenging procedures in cosmetic surgery. The trends over the past decade have shifted away from reduction or division of the cartilage framework of the nose to conserving the native anatomy and augmenting deficient areas to restore balance and structural support.
Primary rhinoplasty refers to first – time nasal surgery, whether for cosmetic or functional purposes, as opposed to secondary rhinoplasty, which indicates the patient has had one or more previous rhinoplasty surgeries.
Primary Rhinoplasty has two major approaches : CLOSED (internal approach) and OPEN (external approach).
In the Closed Rhinoplasty, the nose is approached via an internal incision ( no external visible scars). The surgeon works on the internal nasal structures through this approach. In the Open Rhinoplasty, a very small external incision is made on the columella to open the nose. Most scars resulting from the open rhinoplasty are usually favourable, very rarely conspicuous. This technique allows the surgeon to visualise most areas of the nose and facilitates the procedure, especially in secondary and difficult cases. This approach gives the surgeon a three-dimensional view of the nose, which helps to reorganise the nasal structures.
Rhinoplasty (commonly referred to as a “nose job “) is a cosmetic surgery that involves resizing or reshaping the nose. Airway problems due to the deviation of skeletal structures are also be corrected at this operation. Over the past decade, rhinoplasty has become one of the most commonly performed aesthetic surgeries in Europe and the world.