Indian Journal of Otolaryngology

, Volume 40, Issue 3, pp 77–80 | Cite as

Implantation problems in nasal surgery

  • Wolfgang Gubisch
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New plastic materials are being developed continuously for use in nasal implants. In our experience, only autogenetic material should be used for such operations. We ourselves use exclusively cartilage from the rib, auricle or septum.

Key words

saddle nose nose reconstruction autogenetic cartilage alloplastic implants 


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