There are two types of incisions that can be made for rhinoplasty procedure. A closed or endonasal rhinoplasty confines the incisions to the inside of the nose. An open rhinoplasty involves additional small incisions that are made on the underside of the nose between the nostrils. Dr. Clevens has extensive experience in nasal surgery that allows him to address each individual case from those requiring minimal refinement to those requiring more extensive work. He also performs revision rhinoplasty extensively.
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