Minor contour deformities, especially of the nasal dorsum, remain a frequent indication for revisions after rhinoplasty surgery. Howard D. Stupak, MD, and colleagues present prospective data for a pilot trial investigating the use of a novel filler for the correction of postrhinoplasty contour deformities. The study included 13 patients who received a single injection of 0.1 to 0.3 mL of hydroxylapatite gel over the nasal dorsum, side wall, and supra tip. Outcome measures include blinded assessment of photographs taken before and after surgery. Favorable results are reported, and no complications are observed. Injection of hydroxylapatite to improve contour irregularities in patients who have undergone rhinoplasty promises to become a useful, safe alternative if long-term studies confirm these early encouraging results.