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Do I Need a Cartilage Graft for My Nose Job?

Posted March 17, 2021 in Rhinoplasty

3 Minute Read:  Many patients are concerned when they learn they may need a cartilage graft to get the nose of their dreams. Some worry that the grafts may become visible, affecting their aesthetic results, while others feel the process of cartilage grafting is too invasive. There, however, should be no cause for alarm as […]

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4 Tips on How to Avoid Revision Rhinoplasty

Posted March 10, 2021 in Revision Rhinoplasty, Rhinoplasty

3 Minute Read:  No one likes unnecessary surgeries, especially when it is a surgery to correct the defects of a previous surgery. Unfortunately, even with plastic surgery procedures that enhance aesthetics, this is sometimes unavoidable. Revision procedures are seen across the spectrum of cosmetic surgeries; however, they may be most common with rhinoplasty (nose surgery). […]

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How Can Ethnic Rhinoplasty Enhance Your Nasal Profile?

Posted August 17, 2020 in Rhinoplasty

3 Minute Read:  Ethnic rhinoplasty is a specialty that matches ethnic desires and cultural beauty standards to help patients continue to look like themselves while simultaneously enhancing their best features. Latin, African, Asian, and Middle-Eastern noses have variations in size, shape, and projection that should be accounted for when performing rhinoplasty; otherwise, the surgeon performing […]

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What Should I Know About Revision Rhinoplasty?

Posted February 20, 2020 in Rhinoplasty

6 Minute Read Table of Contents What Is Revision Rhinoplasty? Is a Revision Rhinoplasty More Difficult Than Initial Rhinoplasty? Who Is a Good Candidate for Revision Rhinoplasty? Will I Need Any Special Grafting for Revision Rhinoplasty? What Should I Look for In a Revision Rhinoplasty Surgeon?Rhinoplasty (or nose surgery) is often a life-changing procedure. For […]

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Can Rhinoplasty Reconstruct a Nose After Injury?

Posted November 25, 2019 in Rhinoplasty

3 minutes read Broken noses are common facial injuries that are due largely in part to the position and projection of the nose. Sadly, since the nose sticks out from the face, it is at a heightened risk for nasal fracture or other nasal trauma. This trauma can occur from contact sports, falls, car accidents, […]

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