Rhinoplasty/Nasal Reconstruction Gallery
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18 year old male with severe nasal deformity due to an injury when he was an infant. He had reconstruction of his nose with a bone graft to reshape his nasal structure. This procedure was far more extensive than the typical rhinoplasty. For more information on reconstructive surgery at St. Louis Children's Hospital, visit www.stlouischildrens.org/our-services/plastic-surgery.
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11 year old male who had lost part of his nose from an animal bite. The missing tissue was reconstructed with 3 surgeries where skin was brought over from his forehead for reconstruction. The picture on the right shows his appearance 1 year after reconstruction. For more information on plastic surgery in children, visit www.stlouischildrens.org/our-services/plastic-surgery.
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This 17 year old male was born with a severe nasal deformity. Despite previous reconstruction, he continued to have an abnormal of the nose. He had nasal reconstruction performed to improve his appearance and breathing. Learn more, visit St. Louis Children's Hospital at www.stlouischildrens.org/our-services/plastic-surgery.
To schedule an appointment with a St. Louis Children's Hospital plastic surgeon, please call 314.454.KIDS (5437) or 800.678.KIDS (5437).