Nose Job: How Long To Complete?

We often hear anecdotes from potential nose job patients about other cosmetic plastic surgeons and how they work.  Most recently,  we’ve heard from several patients undergoing revision rhinoplasties  (the procedure to correct a failed, first rhinoplasty) about a first nose job done elsewhere that takes three to five hours. Even more dismaying, most of those long,… Read More »

Deviated Septum? Top 5 Signs

Unfortunately, many people – up to 75 percent — don’t know when their nose is working against them, given a breathing-blocking condition known as deviated septum. The septum, a thin piece of cartilage, divides your nose into the two nostrils and breathing channels. It’s also easily injured and often bent into a S-shape that blocks air… Read More »

Rhinoplasty’s Extra Blessings:Confidence, Mood & Energy

Too many painful remarks about an unusual or ungainly nose shape often leads to time spent searching a mirror to see that nose from the side. Searchers are looking for relief from less-than-perfect noses by looking for: The perfect facial plastic surgeon to create a nose that: Does not attract attention Fits the person’s face Flatters the… Read More »

Dropped Tip After Nose Job

We have always urged people wanting a nose job to choose among cosmetic surgeons who have performed nose surgery for at least a decade and continue doing it weekly.           (Learn what to look for in top cosmetic surgeons.) In the profession, we refer to a condition known as a “dropped tip.” In some recovery periods after nose job surgery, the tip of the… Read More »

Broken Nose? Now, What To Do?

Most frequently broken bone? It’s as plain as your face! Actually, it’s ONyour face. Having the body’s thinnest bones and being very prominent, it’s the broken nose. A sharp nasal blow – in accidents, sports or out-of-control disagreements – is hard to ignore because your eyes water so that everything looks blurry. And broken nose pain… Read More »