Nasal Memory Surgery

A type of rhinoplasty (’nose job’) which is said to provide a more natural appearance—unlike the 'ski jump', pinched or turned up noses which are easily recognised as the product of surgical sculpture. Nasal memory surgery carves away less native cartilage, repositions the tissue fragments and sews them in place with permanent sutures
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