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Commentary
April 2001

Innovators of Alar Reconstruction

Author Affiliations

2025 W Broadway
Suite 105
Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada V6J1Z6

 

2025 W Broadway
 Suite 105
 Vancouver, British Columbia
 Canada V6J1Z6


Arch Facial Plast Surg. 2001;3(2):100. doi:

FULL-THICKNESS defects of the nasal alae remain a daunting challenge to those facial plastic surgeons who yearn to live this adventure. The article by Baker1 describes in detail the approach of a vastly experienced and gifted surgeon whose results consistently supercede the norm. As with all approaches to technical nasal reconstruction, there are many ways to tackle the same problem—the surgeon's experience and complications from the exercise usually dictate continued success and modifications, and articles such as this allow the less experienced to garner pearls for future use.

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