American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
1000 Rhinoplasty

PHYSICIAN INSTRUCTION – INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOTAPES

Reconstruction of Caudal Nasal Support Structure via Open Rhinoplasty (Recent)
Ted A. Cook, M.D. (1999 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 34:00 minutes. This patient has lost complete support to the lower 2/3′s of her nose due to a septal hematoma which later abscessed. The surgical approach used allows visualization deep to the septal bony spine where a strut will be placed to reinforce the columella. Additionally, irradiated rib cartilage is used to provide support to the upper lateral cartilages, improving the dorsal profile. Finally, osteotomies are performed to narrow the bony portion of the nose.
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Rhinoplasty with High Septal Hemitransfixion to Correct Caudal Septal Deformities (Recent)
Frank M. Kamer, M.D. (1999 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 36:00 minutes. In this case, Dr. Kamer leaves the caudal relationship between the septum and the medial crus intact. He believes this is an important method of correcting caudal septal deviations, especially those due to trauma. Following a preoperative analysis, Dr. Kamer proceeds to repair the septum, trim the dorsal hump and then delivers the crus, suturing them together to narrow the tip and increase projection.
1054 • $121 member/$151 non-member
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Revision Rhinoplasty with Pinched Tip and Valve Collapse (Recent)
Wayne F. Larrabee, M.D. (1999 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 24:00 minutes. This patient is very thin skinned and the challenge is to broaden the tip and dorsum, provide tip projection and repair collapsed nasal valves under these circumstances. Strengthening the columella, restructuring the domes, placing a graft on the tip and broadening the dorsum with spreader grafts are deftly presented.
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The Simons Modification of Vertical Dome Division/ Goldman Technique of Vertical Dome Division (Recent)
Robert L. Simons, M.D. (1999 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 60:00 minutes. This single one hour tape consists of two surgical presentations. In the first surgical presentation, the patient also undergoes a mentoplasty. After preoperative analysis, local injections, mentoplasty and nasal surgery follow. Highlights include: dorsal hump removal, tip surgery, cartilage delivery, vertical dome division and suturing, use of cartilage as a batten for the columella and crushed cartilage to provide support to the lateral cartilages. In his second case, Dr. Simons demonstrates the classic “Goldman Technique of Vertical Dome Division”. Following a pre operative analysis, he demonstrates the incisions and suturing in the nasal tip that differentiate this procedure from other techniques of vertical dome division.
1052 • $131 member/$156 non-member
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Delivery Flap Approach for Double Dome Tip Rhinoplasties, Patient A (Recent)
Stephen W. Perkins, M.D. (1999 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 38:25 minutes. The patient is a 32-year-old white female airline stewardess who also models part-time. She came in desiring a reduction in the hooked nature of her nasal profile and reduction in the bulbousness of her tip. Despite a relative under-projection and a very short infratip lobule, a delivery flap approach was used to sculpt the nasal lobule and to suture the alar cartilages together in a double dome unit. A small infratip lobular graft was placed via this endo-nasal approach. Profile alignment was accomplished with a dorsal osteotome and rasping.
1051 • $121 member/$151 non-member
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Delivery Flap Approach for Double Dome Tip Rhinoplasties, Patient B (Recent)
Stephen W. Perkins, M.D. (1999 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 25:43 minutes. The patient is a 38-year-old female who is a part-time model, desired narrowing of her nasal tip and overall refinement to her nose. A delivery flap approach was used to refine the bulbous nasal lobule. Individual dome suturing was used to narrow the wide alar cartilages and tip support was assured with a double dome mattress suture along with an inter-crural strut. Bilateral internal, lateral, and medial osteotomies were performed to bring the broad pyramid into harmony with the tip.
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Primary Rhinoplasty (Recent)
Bahman Guyuron, M.D. (1999 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 39:30 minutes. This teenage patient has a slight deviation of anterior septum to the left, wide assymetric nasal bones and bilateral collapse of lower lateral cartilages. Her columella is slightly retracted and the ala are slightly hanging. A dorsal hump is evident. Under general anesthesia, a rhinoplasty is performed in which the use of spreader grafts and a nasal strut are demonstrated. Bilateral internal, lateral osteotomies were performed to bring the broad pyramid into harmony with the tip. Cartilage is also sutured to the caudal septum to prevent a caudal dorsal depression. A subdomal graft is inserted across both domes to further strengthen tip cartilage. The alar base is narrowed through removal of small wedges of tissue on both sides and then careful attention to the dressing is demonstrated.
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Cosmetic and Functional Open Septorhinoplasty (Recent)
Peter A. Adamson, M.D. (1999 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 30:00 minutes. This tape describes a primary cosmetic open rhinoplasty in a young woman presenting for nasal reduction, including tip refinement and dorsal reduction. Maneuvers performed include alar cartilage resection, Columellar strut, and vertical dome division with overlap and lobule refinement sutures. Other techniques demonstrated include columellar and lobule grafting, osteotomies, dorsal spreader grafting and alar base advancement. Results are shown.
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Primary Rhinoplasty, Hanging Columella and Claudal Septal Deviation
Norman J. Pastorek, M.D. (1990 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 46:15 minutes.
1047 • $125 member/$150 non-member
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Reduction Rhinoplasty Thick Skinned Bulbous Tip
Terence M. Davidson, M.D. (1990 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 35:00 minutes.
1046 • $115 member/$145 non-member
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Over Projecting Nose, Endonasal Rhinoplasty Approach
J. Regan Thomas, M.D. (1990 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 31:40 minutes.
1045 • $115 member/$145 non-member
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Secondary Septorhinoplasty, Crooked Nose, Wide Nasal Base, Deep Nasal Frontal Angle, Projecting Tip
E. Gaylon McCollough, M.D. (1990 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 52:55 minutes.
1044 • $125 member/$150 non-member
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Cartilage Splitting Rhinoplasty with Proplast Augmentation Mentoplasty and Suction Submental/Submandibular Lipectomy
Ted A. Cook, M.D. (1990 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 43:45 minutes.
1043 • $125 member/$150 non-member
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External Rhinoplasty Approach to a Wide Tip and Deep Naso Frontal Angle
Ted A. Cook, M.D. (1990 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 40:00 minutes.
1042 • $125 member/$150 non-member
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Revision Rhinoplasty with Grafting to Tip and Dorsum
Frank M. Kamer, M.D. (1990 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 24:30 minutes.
1041 • $115 member/$145 non-member
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Large Projecting Nose with Bulbous Tip, and Open Reduction Rhinoplasty
Calvin M. Johnson, Jr., M.D. (1990 Advanced Rhinoplasty Course) 46:30 minutes.
1040 • $125 member/$150 non-member
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Rhinoplasty
Tony R. Bull, M.D. (1989) 65:30 minutes. This videotape demonstrates a conventional rhinoplasty on a young woman. Emphasis is on techniques for hump and tip refinement.
1039 • $150 member/$175 non-member
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Rhinoplasty
Tony R. Bull, M.D. (1989) 69:30 minutes. This rhinoplasty videotape illustrates a Goldman tip and technique for hump reduction on a young woman.
1038 • $150 member/$175 non-member
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Rhinoplasty, Part I & Part II
E. Gaylon McCollough, M.D. (1987) Part I, 58:00 min.; Part II, 30:00 min. Dr. McCollough performs rhinoplasty on a male with large dorsal hump and drooping tip. A double dome unit with a cartilaginous strut is used for tip support and rotation.
1037 • Part I, $125 member/$150 non-member
1036 • Part II, $115 member/$145 non-member

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Rhinoplasty Double Dome Unit, Part I & Part II
E. Gaylon McCollough, M.D. (1986) Part I, 59:00 min.; Part II, 10:00 min. The McCollough double dome technique is used to refine the patient’s tip. Dr. McCollough also demonstrates septoplasty, osteotomy and lowering of the dorsum.
1035 • Part I, $125 member/$150 non-member
1034 • Part II, $80 member/$105 non-member

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Rhinoplasty: Intracartilaginous Approach Retrograde Delivery
Ivo Pitanguy, M.D. (1986) 50:00 minutes. Dr. Pitanguy performs a cephalic trim of the lower lateral cartilages, demonstrates Pitanguy’s ligament, and cross-hatches the domes to refine this patient’s tip.
1033 • $125 member/$150 non-member
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Rhinoplasty External Dome Division: Chin Implant Part I & Part II
Jack R. Anderson, M.D. (1986) Part I, 58:00 min.; Part II, 59:00 min. Dr. Anderson demonstrates his external approach and the Anderson technique of narrowing a bulbous tip. A chin implant was also used to improve the profile.
1032 • $125 per part member/$150 per part non-member
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Rhinoplasty: External, Part I & Part II
Jack P. Gunter, M.D. (1986) Part I, 59:00 min.; Part II, 19:00 min. The patient was noted to have a ptotic nasal tip and a Z-shaped septum. Dr. Gunter uses external rhinoplasty technique to shorten the nose, remove the hump and refine the tip.
1030 • Part I, $125 member/$150 non-member
1029 • Part II, $115 member/$145 non-member

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Rhinoplasty: Modified Vertical Dome Division, Part I & Part II
Robert L. Simons, M.D. (1986) Part I, 60:00 min.; Part II, 10:00 min. Dr. Simons demonstrates his technique of rhinoplasty. The tip was refined and the medial crura sutured together with a 5.0 nylon suture. The dorsum was also lowered and osteotomies performed.
1028 • Part I, $125 member/$150 non-member
1027 • Part II, $80 member/$105 non-member

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Rhinoplasty: Double Dome Unit, Chin Implant, Part I & Part II
E. Gaylon McCollough, M.D. (1986) Part I, 61:00 min.; Part II, 14:00 min. The McCollough Double Dome Technique was used to refine and narrow this patient’s lobule. A chin implant was also performed to improve the profile.
1026 • Part I, $125 member/$150 non-member
1025 • Part II, $80 member/$105 non-member

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Rhinoplasty: External With Mesh Implant, Part I & Part II
E. Gaylon McCollough, M.D. (1986) Part I, 59:00 min.; Part II, 12:00 min. The patient had a very complicated problem: a saddle deformity, ptotic tip and a twisted nose. A mersilene mesh onlay graft was used along with an external approach and cartilage grafts in this complex reconstruction.
1024 • Part I, $125 member/$150 non-member
1023 • Part II, $80 member/$105 non-member

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Rhinoplasty: Intracartilaginous Approach,Part I & Part II
Richard C. Webster, M.D. (1986) Part I, 61:00 min.; Part II, 17:00 min. Dr. Webster performed an intracartilaginous incision with retrograde delivery of the lower lateral cartilages.
1022 • Part I, $125 member/$150 non-member
1021 • Part II, $80 member/$105 non-member

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External Rhinoplasty
Ted A. Cook, M.D. (1985) 60:10 minutes. This tape presents the technique of external rhinoplasty with a cadaver dissection followed by a 17-minute case exam.
1020 • $125 member/$150 non-member
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Rhinoplasty
Robert L. Simons, M.D. (1985) 60:22 minutes. The unique aspects of this rhinoplasty tape are the external rhinoplasty approach, management of a crooked nose and wildly deviated septum and, finally, the use of the Goldman tip techniques to achieve tip projection and rotation.
1019 • $125 member/$150 non-member
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Rhinoplasty
M. Eugene Tardy, Jr., M.D. (1985) 57:35 minutes. Dr. Tardy demonstrates a straightforward approach for a reduction rhinoplasty in an older woman.
1018 • $125 member/$150 non-member
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Dynamics of Rhinoplasty, Part I & Part II
Walter E. Berman, M.D. (1980) Part I, 58:00 min.; Part II, 60:20 min. The dynamics of rhinoplasty are shown in a carefully progressive fashion using drawings and cadaver dissection.
1017-1016 • $125 per part member/$150 per part non-member
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Vertical Dome DivisionÐThe Goldman Rhinoplasty, Part I & Part II
Robert L. Simons, M.D. (1980) Part I, 58:30 min.; Part II, 56:15 min. The first two tapes in this series demonstrate diagrammatically and by dissection the technique of dome division and the Goldman rhinoplasty.
1015-1014 • $125 per part member/$150 per part non-member
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Vertical Dome Division – The Goldman Rhinoplasty, Part III
Robert L. Simons, MD (1980) 39:00 minutes. Part III is a live dissection highlighting these techniques.
1013 • $115 member/$145 non-member
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Rhinoplasty Series Part I, Part II & Part III
Richard C. Webster, M.D. (1976) Part I, 50:45 min.; Part II, 49:07 min.; Part III, 45:00 min. These three tapes form a series in which Dr. Webster’s concepts of anatomy and dynamics are illustrated. These concepts are shown on several models and are then clearly demonstrated on cadaver dissection.
1012-1010 • $125 per part member/$150 per part non-member all 8 tapes, $850 member/$1020 non-member
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Rhinoplasty Series Part I&3151;Part VIII
Richard C. Webster, M.D. (1979) Part IV 58:12 min.; Part V, 57:30 min.; Part VI, 59:20 min.; Part VII, 47:40 min.; Part VIII, 50:30 min. This second series of rhinoplasty tapes is an extensive series of lectures by Dr. Webster illustrating all of the major concepts in rhinoplastic surgery. These include not only the simple concepts of rhinoplasty, but also many of his more complex concepts. Such things as lateral crural flap, tip-lip aesthetic complex, curved lateral osteotomy and all aspects of profile plasty are discussed.
1009-1005 • $125 per part member/$150 per part non-member all 8 tapes, $850 member/$1020 non-member
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Nasal Obstruction, Part I & Part II
Carl N. Patterson, M.D. (1979) Part I, 58:56 min.; Part II, 55:37 min. This is a series of discussions, demonstrations, dissections and illustrations showing the entire concept in correction of nasal obstruction.
1004-1003 • $125 per part member/$150 per part non-member
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Nasal Obstruction, Part III
Carl N. Patterson, M.D. (1979) 51:56 minutes. Part III is devoted to the aging nose. The use of struts, tip rotation, etc. are all beautifully shown.
1002 • $125 member/$150 non-member
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Rhinoplasty, Part I & Part II
Claus D. Walter, M.D. (1979) Part I, 61:30 min.; Part II, 54:40 min. In this set of videotapes, Dr. Walter, a world-renowned German surgeon, demonstrates through dissection and with carefully chosen illustrations his techniques of rhinoplasty.
1001-1000 • $125 per part member/$150 per part non-member
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