Category Archives: Rhinoplasty

Explaining the Surge in ‘Rhino-Popularity’

A recent report from the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery says that rhinoplasty is seeing a boom in popularity. I’ve seen this firsthand as a rhinoplasty specialist in Dallas. Last year, approximately 500,000 people had a rhinoplasty consultation. Some people speculate that social media is responsible for the increased popularity of nose surgery. It is conceivable that, as people…

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My “Worth It” Rating for Revision Rhinoplasty

I have seen many patients come into my practice in Toronto in need of rhinoplasty to correct problems remaining or resulting from a previous nose surgery. Here are a couple of questions to consider when it comes to revision rhinoplasty: Can my nose be fixed? I haven’t seen a case yet in which follow-up surgery couldn’t improve structural or cosmetic…

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Balance Your Nose With a Facial Implant

At my Dallas practice, I see a lot of rhinoplasty patients who are certain that their nose is the source of their dissatisfaction with their appearances. However, it is often not just the nose itself, but the disproportion of the nose, cheeks, and chin that causes their unhappiness. For these clients, I may also recommend a facial implant to bring the facial…

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Rhinoplasty Is About More Than Looks

The cosmetic benefits of rhinoplasty surgery are obvious, but not everyone is aware of the medical benefits. Plastic surgeons in Bloomington, IL, where I practice, and around the world know the difference this procedure can have on a patient’s ability to breathe clearly. Here is a summary of the primary benefits of rhinoplasty: Cosmetic: At the center of the face,…

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Rhinoplasty Recovery Tips

Our rhinoplasty patients in Austin tend to be worried about the recovery process. Here are our best tips for lessening your downtime and discomfort after a nose-reshaping surgery: Apply cold compresses often in the first few days (bags of frozen peas or raspberries may do the trick). Keep your head elevated, even when sleeping. Avoid overdoing it. Follow all of…

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