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How Young is Too Young for Rhinoplasty?

As surgical techniques become more sophisticated and as young people become more and more interested in taking care of their appearance and health, it’s only natural that those seeking surgeries such as rhinoplasty would include young men and women. However, there are certain considerations a surgeon must pay attention to before approving and scheduling this… Read More »

Can Rhinoplasty Improve Your Breathing?

When many people think of plastic surgery on the nose—also known as rhinoplasty—they think of it being done for cosmetic reasons. However, it’s very common for those who have no desire to change the appearance of their nose to also seek out rhinoplasty to improve their breathing. This type of rhinoplasty, known as septoplasty, may… Read More »

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Robert Kotler, MD, FACS, Beverly Hills Rhinoplasty Superspecialist Offers a Practical, Permanent Non-Surgical Solution for Unhappy Nose Job Patients As the number of rhinoplasty or nose job patients needing a “touch-up” rises, Dr. Robert Kotler, Beverly Hills nose job superspecialist, offers a little-known practical salvation – permanent non-surgical revision rhinoplasty.   LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) FEBRUARY 15,… Read More »

8 Nose Imperfections People Correct With Rhinoplasty

8 Common Imperfections People Have A Nose Job To Fix Many people are self-conscious about their appearance and seek a nose job to correct the imperfections they see in their nose. Our sketches show the common imperfections of the nose that people tend to want corrected. #1 BUMP OR HUMP ON THE NOSE Peak-like in the midportion of the nose. Can be caused by… Read More »

Sinus Woe? Or, Blocked Nasal Passages?

Human sinuses receive some of the worst bad raps in just about all things medical. With the yearly onset of colder weather, print, television and other media harp on the discomfort and ill ease caused by those lowly sinuses. All the while, a literal ocean of sprays, drops and other over-the-counter preparations are offered up… Read More »

Nose Jobs For Senior Citizens

Some senior citizens tend to go on at length about the pains and pitfalls of getting and being ever older. Others, however, see more to the aging process like architect Frank Lloyd Wright who observed, “The longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes.” But the years – along with gravity and your particular lifestyle… Read More »

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 »

Nose Job Costs: Low Price Shopping

Some rhinoplasty surgeons report that a serious percentage of people wanting a nose job are price shopping first and considering surgeons who charge the least. There are more than a few reasons why those patients may have the cart before the horse. First, rhinoplasty is widely known as the most difficult procedure in all cosmetic plastic surgery… Read More »

Fame Quest After Nose Job Goes Wrong

According to a frequently repeated old saw, you should be careful what you wish for – you just might get it. Such was the case for 45-year-old Croatian stylist Neven Ciganovic who wished so fervently for fame, he had  about a dozen cosmetic plastic surgeries – including three nose jobs — in his quest for… Read More »

Rhinoplasty: All Noses Are Unique

Sure, all noses are unique but depending on your ethnicity, you may share some unique nasal characteristics, depending on your family background.Worldwide, cosmetic plastic surgeons performed nose reshaping on 730,00 patents, according to the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS). ISAPS also explains the most common concerns for which patients seek rhinoplasty:  a too wide or flat nose bridge, a… Read More »