Michał Krawczyński, MD PhD
Assistant Professor at The Medical Centre Of Postgraduate Education, Warsaw, Poland
Private Practice, Lodz, Poland
ENT & Facial Plastic Clinic KRAJMED, Warsaw, Poland
Central position of the nose on human face is an obvious fact frequently pointed out in rhinoplasty literature. Nasal tip, being the most prominent part of the nose, attracts the eye, making any imperfection in this region potential concern for a rhinoplasty patient. Broad, bulbous tip with its' disproportion in width between the nasal dorsum has been a surgical challenge since the first rhinoplasty was performed. Correction of this deformity demands understanding of the etiology, thorough diagnosing of the causes, and very often requires a large palette of surgical techniques, sometimes its' variations, apart from artistic skills to achieve a desirable result.