Rhinoplasty cartilage

 I'm planning to undergo rhinoplasty, can I use my own cartilage for that? please don't insult me.Embarassed

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Yes you can. The best thing is to consult your doctor. 

I've done researched and yes, actually most surgeons preferred that you use your own tissue and cartilage for rhinoplasty surgery. However, only after comprehensive evaluation that a surgeon can determine what best option for you.

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