Rhinoplasty Recovery: Will Steroids Reduce my Swelling?

Rhinoplasty Recovery: How do you decrease swelling during your rhinoplasty recovery? When I complete a rhinoplasty on one of my patients, their nose unquestionably looks fantastic on the operating room table. After I close the small incisions, I then place Doyle splints inside the nostrils, and then surgical tapes and a Aquaplast splint on the […]

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Rhinoplasty for Bullying? Watch The Doctors

Rhinoplasty for Teen Bullying Don’t miss Dr. Kevin Brenner on Monday’s The Doctors television show when he appear with his rhinoplasty patient Shelby. Shelby sought out Dr. Brenner for rhinoplasty (nasal surgery) after years of relentless bullying by her peers. Shelby’s story transformed from heart breaking to truly touching with one operation.       […]

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Revision Rhinoplasty: The Art of Secondary Nasal Surgery In Los Angeles

Revision Rhinoplasty This patient previously underwent closed rhinoplasty several years prior to presenting to my office for corrective nasal surgery. Specifically, this patient’s complaints involved the following: 1) Unattractive appearance of the nasal tip: She did not like the visibility of her nasal tip cartilages through her skin. 2) Retraction of the nostril rims: She […]

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Dr. Brenner authors two chapters on revision rhinoplasty techniques

When it comes to rhinoplasty surgery, choosing the right surgeon is crucial.  After completing his residency in plastic surgery, Dr. Brenner devoted another year to specialized training in rhinoplasty surgery. This specialized training, along with an extensive interest in advancing the field of rhinoplasty surgery have opened the opportunity for Dr. Brenner to publish his […]

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Saddle Nose Deformity in the Los Angeles Rhinoplasty patient?

Saddle nose deformity is a pathological entity resulting from loss of dorsal  height, caused by a substantial decrease in the support structures of the nose. This can include either the cartilaginous vault and/or the bony vault. There are several features that are characteristic of Saddle Nose Deformity: 1) a visible or palpable depression of the […]

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Functional Rhinoplasty: The importance of the internal nasal valve

The internal nasal valve is an area within the nasal airway that governs the flow of inspired air. The internal nasal valve is constituted by the triangular intersection of the structures that form its border.  These borders include the bottom portion of the quadrangular cartilage (nasal septum), the bottom edge of the upper lateral cartilage […]

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