Angled Rasp

Designed by Dr. Erdem Tezel to achieve the ideal nasofrontal angle, the ‘Angled Rasp’ has been the main highlight in his article published in the Journal of Plastic & Reconstructive Aesthetic Surgery, a most prestigious medical journal in the world.  The publication of this article allowed for this rhinoplasty technique to be recognized globally.

In rhinoplasty, there are a couple of details giving hints that the nose is operated.

One of these is the appearance of the nasal root, the area located between the two eyebrows. Depth and angle in this area where the nose and forehead meet is quite important in achieving a natural look. Almost everyone can tell that a nose that looks like it’s merged with the forehead and has the same angle with the forehead is operated. Moreover, this causes a long appearance which is not in line with facial proportions.  Even if success in the rest of the nose is an example of perfect skill, the failure in this small area just gives people away for being operated, which is more visible in photos.

Most of the instruments used in aesthetic surgery fail to provide the sharp angle required in this area. This failure results in noses that are over-resected or have too much of a volume without any significant angle like a ram’s nose.

Designed by Prof. Erdem Tezel in order to get the ideal nasofrontal angle, the ‘Angled Rasp’ gives noses a natural look after the operation and provides the much desired perfection. 

For more information, please consult with Prof. Erdem Tezel, MD

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