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Re:long term changes in rhinoplasty

Lately u have been kind enough to address my concern about long term changes in rhino.had another question in connection with this.Are the pics that the PS uses of his previous rhino patients to show the work he has done,reliable enough if they are taken in the 1st or 2nd month of surgery?For i reckon that at such an initial point the swelling might mask the actual results and the imperfections that would show up after it subsides and for that reason the pics might be somewhat misguiding?? how is one to recognize the pics taken too early post op and the ones that reveal the real results?

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