Rhinoplasty Anatomy by Seattle Rhinoplasty Surgeon Dr. Philip Young

Seattle Rhinoplasty Expert Dr Philip Young created his Rhinoplasty Anatomy Page to help you understand your Rhinoplasty Procedure better. Rhinoplasty is a complicated procedure with a lot of terms and sometimes your surgeon may use these terms not knowing that you have no idea what they are talking about. So this page helps introduce some of the more common terms we Rhinoplasty Surgeon‘s use.

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Glabella: This is the point between the eyebrows. It is a non distinct point as far as most people seem to know.

Radix: This is the bony lowest dip between the frontal bone and glabella and the root of the nose.

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Dr. Young from Aesthetic Facial Plastic Surgery.


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