- What is a Nose Job(Rhinoplasty)?
- How does this treatment differ from the other options?
- What Conditions May Be Treated?
- Whom is the treatment for?
- Whom is the treatment not for?
- How is the treatment done?
- What results may be expected?
- When will one see the results?
- How long do the results last?
- How to maintain or enhance my results?
- What is the recovery like?
What is a Nose Job(Rhinoplasty)?
The surgery sculpts the nose, the most prominent feature on your face, to blend harmoniously with the rest of the face.
Most conditions of nasal shapes can be sculpted, ranging from reduction, augmentation, rotation, projection, widening, narrowing, or lengthening. In addition, nasal allergy and sinus conditions can be improved as well when as an option function procedure is added.
How does this treatment differ from the other options?
1. Quick and dramatic improvement
2. Long lasting
3. No maintenance
4. Less costly over the long term
What Conditions May Be Treated?
1. For individuals who desire quick and dramatic improvement and are able to tolerate downtime
2. Nasal reduction
3. Nasal augmentation
9. Nasal congestion
Whom is the treatment for?
1. Patients with realistic expectations
2. Patients in good healthy conditions
Whom is the treatment not for?
1. Patients with unrealistic expectations
2. Patients with low blood sugar, dehydration, acute disease, autoimmune disorder, blood disorder, cancer, or on bleeding thinning medications.
How is the treatment done?
Using either hidden, endoscopic, or external incisions, the surgery reconstructs and reshapes nasal cartilages, bones, and/or implants.
The treatment takes about three hours in an outpatient clinic setting.
General anesthesia is used.
What results may be expected?
1. Improved nasal shape
2. Enhanced nasal breathing when combined with functional procedure
When will one see the results?
The results are seen immediately.
How long do the results last?
Results last decades
How to maintain or enhance my results?
No maintenance is required.
Further treatment may be recommended for further results.
What is the recovery like?
Recovery lasts one week
Moderate swelling, moderate bruising, and some soreness are expected.
Prescription pain medications are generally necessary.
Most people return to work and activities in one week.
Cost of Treatments
Cost of treatment options ranges from three to five digits. An in-person consultation with your specialist physician will help to determine the best suitable solution to your own individual needs.