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January 2022

BSam P. Most, Alan Matarasso, Editor

Rhinoplasty is widely accepted as one of the most, if not the most, challenging procedures in plastic surgery, comprising numerous interconnected maneuvers that have immediate and long-term consequences on aesthetics and function. Rhinoplasty requires mastering reshaping a three-dimensional bony and cartilaginous structure that projects from the face, taking into account the effect of the skin–soft tissue envelope on results. Finally, the fourth dimension of rhinoplasty surgery, the changes that occur over time, requires the long view in determining success or failure in our results. The results are scrutinized, “front and center,” for patients’ entire lives. As such, it is fair to say that rhinoplasty impacts appearance perhaps more than any procedure we do.

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Clinics in Plastic Surgery updates surgeons on the latest trends in patient management, providing a sound basis for choosing treatment options. Published four times a year—in January, April, July, and October—each issue focuses on a single topic in either cosmetic or reconstructive plastic surgery, from liposuction, body contouring, and breast enhancement, to hand trauma, cleft lip, and flaps and grafts.

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