The term SECONDARY NASAL DEFORMITIES refers to those nasal deformities that have resulted from previous surgical or nonsurgical procedures.  The whole concept of rhinoplasty and our understanding of nasal aesthetics have changed drastically over the past 25 years.  Therefore what used to be considered a pretty nose 30 years ago may not be acceptable by today’s improved standards.  For example a very popular nose that was in demand 30 years ago was the “Beverly Hills Nose”, a small, skeletonized, upturned nose that was also quite fake, phony, artificial, and obviously surgical.  The example below demonstrates these points very well:

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