Nose Job (Rhinoplasty)
Rhinoplasty is a nose-reshaping surgery that can correct deformities or make subtle aesthetic changes for cosmetic purposes. Nose surgery is one of the most popular surgical cosmetic procedures in the United States. Rhinoplasty (nose job) reshapes the nose for aesthetic and corrective purposes. Whether the issue is birth defect, injury, or age-related changes, rhinoplasty can help provide balance and proportion to your nose and face.
Rhinoplasty is a form of plastic surgery that does require general anesthesia and a significant recovery period. Like other forms of plastic surgery, rhinoplasty (nose job) does carry risks, particularly the risk of aesthetic imperfections that are difficult to fix. In addition, there are always small but significant risks of general anesthesia.
Before patients consider the more permanent and irreversible option of rhinoplasty surgery, they should consider non-surgical nose jobs. Using a variety of long lasting temporary or permanent fillers and Botox or Dysport, the shape and angle of the nose can be dramatically altered with only topical anesthesia. Although bruising is possible, most patients return to work that day. Pleas review these options on our website links and discuss with Dr Frank upon consultation if you are a good candidate for this exciting procedure.