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COMMON AESTHETIC CONCERNS seen in the ASIAN NOSE: Part 1: THE LOW BRIDGE, UNDER PROJECTED TIP AND THE BULBOUS NOSE.

posted March 6th, 2013 by waesthetics in THE NOSE and RHINOPLASTY

Asian rhinoplasty is a passion of mine. I have been investigating the anatomy as well as adapting, modifying and even developing new surgical techniques that is best suited for the Asian nose. In this first of a series of articles on the Asian Nose and Asian Rhinoplasty, I would like to highlight some common features…

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AESTHETIC SURGERY TRENDS IN ASIA

posted February 26th, 2013 by waesthetics in General

I spent a year at the world-renowned Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in Taiwan in 2007 working with my mentor and close friend, the legendary Professor Fu-Chan Wei. As everyone knows, Professor Wei is one of the best microsurgeons in the world. What is less known perhaps is that Professor Wei also has a cutting edge…

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