Very excited to share before/after photos of a wonderful patient. This is a young gentleman that had prior nasal surgery and was left with a saddle nose deformity. This is a great case because it highlights the importance of close evaluation and communication with the patient. What many people see as a “hump” on the nose, is actually the nose “sagging” in some parts. Rather than “removing/shaving the hump”, you get a better aesthetic and functional result by building up the sagging parts of the nose, to give a masculine, straight, nasal dorsum. This patient required rib reconstruction.