This well-written, beautifully illustrated two-volume book, along with its accompanying ebook version and videos, provides a comprehensive guide to the approach and techniques in secondary rhinoplasty. It builds on the knowledge and concepts in the world-renowned Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters, 3rd edition (Thieme, 2014) by the same authors, which has become the go-to reference for primary rhinoplasty.

Secondary rhinoplasty is one of the most difficult procedures in facial plastic surgery and requires a high level of surgical skill and sophistication to achieve consistently good results. Experienced surgeons are challenged and humbled by these cases. This book brings together the collective experience and expertise of more than 70 leading rhinoplasty surgeons from 10 different countries and serves as an encyclopaedia of advanced rhinoplasty techniques. The book is aimed at those who are familiar with rhinoplasty and are undertaking more complex or revision surgery.

The book comprises of two volumes, 10 parts, 64 chapters and more than 150 cases. The fundamentals of secondary rhinoplasty are presented: who is the patient, how to manage expectations, how to obtain consistent results and how to avoid pitfalls. Key topics are discussed, including perioperative and surgical concepts, and specific challenges and approaches are addressed for each anatomic region of the nose. Also, the personal approaches to secondary rhinoplasty by world experts are described. Key points are highlighted throughout the text and each chapter concludes with the ‘key concepts’. Techniques are described with detailed, easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions and illustrated clear diagrams, photographs and carefully edited videos.

This is a superb book I would recommend for all surgeons undertaking complex and secondary rhinoplasty surgery.

I would rate as 5/5, excellent and good value for money at £379.

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Catherine Rennie

Charing Cross Hospital Imperial College Healthcare, NHS Trust, UK.

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