Patients for whom nasal surgery has been carried out previously must be analysed precisely with regard to existing problems.

It is only through examination and assessment of the nasal form that the surgeon’s many years of experience can be put to use in the discussion and execution of individual improvements.

This makes it possible for revision interventions to be carried out on the inner and outer nose in the case of holes forming in the septum, nasal deformities, tissue defects following the removal of tumours and accidents affecting the nose, ear and face area.