Dr. Perkins recently returned from Amsterdam where he was invited to perform surgery on nine patients from around Europe. Two patients were having corrective eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty). Seven of the patients were having Dr. Perkins perform rhinoplasty, and five of those rhinoplasties were revisions from previously unsuccessful surgeries. Most of these patients had endured two to four previous rhinoplasties in an effort to correct cosmetic and functional problems. The patients were chosen by the doctors in Amsterdam to have their rhinoplasties performed by Dr. Perkins in order to correct the complex problems that had been created by the unsuccessful previous rhinoplasties.