- Rhinoplasty Before & After Photos
- Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty
- Nasal Fracture / Broken Nose
- Septoplasty / Deviated Septum
Surgical & Non-Surgical Nose Augmentations (Rhinoplasty)
The nose is the central defining structure of the face. A beautiful nose highlights and complements the eyes and mouth. By helping to establish this balance, a surgical or non-surgical nose augmentation can make a dramatic effect not only on facial appearance, but on self-esteem as well.
Why do people get rhinoplasties?
Our patients seek rhinoplasty for various reasons. Some are unhappy with the way their nose has looked their entire life. Others have noticed an unappealing change in the size and shape of the nose as they age. Interest in repair of damage from prior surgery or trauma is the third reason. Given the unifying location in the face, the slightest alterations can profoundly augment one’s look.
Why should I go to an Otolaryngologist for a Rhinoplasty?
Board Certification in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and Fellowship Training in Facial Plastic Surgery provides our patients with the highest level of specialized expertise. During rhinoplasty, an emphasis is placed not only on beautiful aesthetics, but on preservation of long-term nasal breathing and structural support as well. This is achieved with the use of advanced cartilage grafts and struts. This approach provides unmatched outcomes in restoring structure during revision and post-traumatic rhinoplasty surgery. Additionally, our method of rapid recovery allows most patients to resume their usual routine only one week after surgery.
Types of Nose Augmentations
Nasal reconstruction or rhinoplasty was one of the first cosmetic procedures ever developed and is among those most frequently performed today. Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure in which deformiti