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Pioneer in the so-called Preservation Rhinoplasty Technique proposed by Surgeon Baris Cakir and embraced by big names from all over the world. I implemented and adapted it to the characteristics of our patients, enabling a faster recovery, without scarring and with less chance of prolonged swelling. Today, I have around 600 patients operated on by this technique among approximately 800 rhinoplasties in the last 15 years. Technique with extremely encouraging results in ethnic noses. You can ask, what kind of surgery is this? It is scarless technic that uses the same manouvers in the bone e cartilages used in the open approach but without cut the columella, this can keep the skin, vascularization, muscles and the ligaments preserved, resulting in a more natural and beautifull nose.

Preservation Rhinoplasty

  Modern technique that replaces removal with preservation and excessive use of grafts. The nose is not reconstructed using cartilage, but remodeled. Grafts are used and the nose is structured, but in a more rational way.

Comparison of Female nose after plastic surgery. Portrait of Beautiful caucasian young wom


Return to activities, such as study and light work, around 3 to 7 days. Absence of tampons and Splints. Natural aspect of the nose. Ideal for ethnic noses. Performed in primary and revision surgeries.


Paulo Fernando Tormin Borges Crosara

Professor at the Federal University of Minas Gerais between 2009 and 2017. I have 15 years of experience in Rhinoplasty. Titular member of the Brazilian Society of Otorhinolaryngology and Cervico-Facial Surgery. Full member of the Brazilian Academy of Plastic Surgery of the Face. Titular member of the International Federation of Facial Plastic Surgery Societies. Specialization in Otoneurosurgery from the University Paris VII and Microsurgery from the University of Paris XIII. PhD from UFMG, in the field of Rhinology. Medical Residency Preceptor, with active participation in the trainning of surgery between 2001 and 2018. Coordinator of the Medical Residency Program in Otorhinolaryngology at Hospital da Clínicas - UFMG between 2009 and 2013. He has 36 articles published in national and international Journals, being cited in more than 130 articles.


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