When it comes to rhinoplasty surgery, choosing the right surgeon is crucial. After completing his residency in plastic surgery, Dr. Brenner devoted another year to specialized training in rhinoplasty surgery. This specialized training, along with an extensive interest in advancing the field of rhinoplasty surgery have opened the opportunity for Dr. Brenner to publish his knowledge on advanced techniques in rhinoplasty in a wide range of surgical journals and books. Most recently, Dr. Brenner wrote two new chapters, along with co-author Dr. Jay Calvert, in the surgical textbook Master Techniques in Rhinoplasty (Azizzadeh, Murphy, Johnson and Numa, editors, copyright 2011). The first chapter, Rib Grafting Simplified, reviews the techniques that Dr. Brenner uses to harvest rib cartilage for use during revision rhinoplasty. The second chapter, Saddle Nose Deformity, reviews Dr. Brenner’s approach to correcting a formidable problem in revision rhinoplasty patients; namely the saddle nose deformity.
*photos on this post are not actual patients of Dr. Brenner.