Rhinoplasty Plastic Surgeon

Prime Candidates For Rhinoplasty You are unhappy with the size and/or shape of your nose. You suffered an injury that has altered the appearance of your nose. You have breathing problems limited to your nose. You have reached mature facial growth. (About age fifteen or sixteen) You have great physical and emotional health. You have realistic expectations.

Your rhinoplasty consultation.

During your initial consultation, you will meet with the plastic surgeon and staff. Your previous surgeries, your medical history, medications you are presently taking, and your overall physical and emotional health will be reviewed. Your skin quality will also be evaluated. Photographs may be taken for your medical record. Your surgeon will determine what you benefit from most and whether or not additional procedures will be necessary for you to achieve your desired results. Recovery time, risks and limitations associated with surgery will be also be discussed. The doctor’s patient coordinator will review surgical costs and scheduling with you.

About Rhinoplasty.

The Surgery

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You will require anesthesia. This is an outpatient procedure. You will be released to go home the day of surgery. In most patients, the incisions are made only inside the nose. Some bone and cartilage are removed or reshaped. A splint is applied to the new nose to help keep its shape. You may want to consider facelift surgery.

Good candidates for a Facelift

You have deep lines and wrinkles in the face and neck. You have loose, sagging skin in the cheeks and jawline. You have deep folds in the creases between your nose and mouth. You are in good physical and emotional health. You have realistic expectations. Your Facelift Consultation During your initial consultation, you will meet with the plastic surgeon and staff. Your previous surgeries, your medical history, medications you are presently taking, and your overall physical and emotional health will be reviewed. Your skin quality will also be evaluated. Photographs may be taken for your medical record. Your surgeon will determine what you benefit from most and whether or not additional procedures will be necessary for you to achieve your desired results. Recovery time, risks and limitations associated with surgery will be also be discussed. The doctor’s patient coordinator will review surgical costs and scheduling with you.

About Facelift Surgery

Your surgery may be scheduled in a hospital or office operating room. Your surgeon will determine the type of anesthesia administered. Incisions are placed along the hairline. Your surgeon will explain exact placement of the incisions. The loose skin is raised and underlying tissues are tightened. Some fat may be suctioned. Excess skin is removed. Remaining skin is pulled and tightened. Your surgeon may recommend you spend one night in the hospital.

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