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Case Details - Case: 383

Dr. MABRie, M.D.

Highlighted Treatments

  • Facial Dermal Fillers
  • Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
  • Restylane & Restylane Lift

ABOUT OUR PATIENT

It might be in the middle of your face but the tip of your nose can be very easily overlooked. Even so, the slightest nuance in its shaping has a huge impact on not only the prominence of irregularity of the contours of your nasal area; it can have side effects on how you see yourself as well.

Ever since he was a teenager, this man from Oakland has wanted to have a Rhinoplasty procedure to get rid of what he refers to as "the parrot hook" shape of his nose. Searching for a way to remedy this, he found my practice online and came by my San Francisco office for an examination.

DR. MABRIE'S TREATMENT

This patient had structural issues that dermal fillers are so good at correcting. He has an unusually defined tip that seemed too small and out of place in contrast to the rest of his masculine-looking features. We used Restylane to build up the bridge of this patient's nose, middle bridge and the tip itself. We were happy to discover that this reliable dermal filler did wonders to even-out the misshapen contours of his nasal bridge.

THE OUTCOME

Using only 1.5 syringes of Restylane this patient's nose was subtly transformed into the kind of nose that's more complimentary to his handsome features. These are kind of results we can both feel proud of.



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Dr. MABRie, M.D.

Highlighted Treatments

  • Facial Dermal Fillers
  • Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
  • Restylane & Restylane Lift
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Mabrie Facial Cosmetic: David C. Mabrie, MD
166 Geary Street
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San Francisco, CA 94108
Phone: (415) 445-9513
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