Skip to main content

Blog

Featured image

Tertiary Revision Rhinoplasty

This is a quick example of a tertiary rhinoplasty outcome. So what is tertiary? Tertiary means this is the third time this young lady has had nose surgery. Unfortunately, she was involved in an accident many years ago that resulted in a number of cosmetic deformities to her nose. She underwent unsuccessful attempted rhinoplasty on two different occasions - performed by other surgeons. Despite the prior surgeries, her nose was left as you see it... Continue Reading
Featured image

Teenage Tip Refinement

Here is a quick case example of teenage rhinoplasty surgery to help create a more defined looking nasal tip. This young lady had more of a 'full' tip in that the end of her nose was not as defined as she desired. This is actually a fairly common complaint among teenagers seeking cosmetic nose surgery - they want to have the tip of their nose more defined. If you look more closely at her nose,... Continue Reading
Featured image

Bulbous Nasal Tip Repair

One of the most frequent type of nasal tip deformities I encounter is often simply called a 'bulbous' nose. This term refers to a nose that has the appearance of a ball on the end of it. This case example highlights management of this type of nose deformity with real before and after photos. This patient presented to me complaining of a bulbous looking nose. In addition, she noted difficulty breathing through her nose. Her... Continue Reading
Featured image

African American Rhinoplasty

African American rhinoplasty is a highly specialized form of ethnic cosmetic nose reshaping. Anyone considering this type of cosmetic procedure should consult with a very experienced rhinoplasty specialist who has not only expertise in the technical aspects of the surgery, but also a thorough appreciation of the esthetic beauty of the African American nose. Analysis of the African American Nose There are a number of specific features that have been classically associated with the typical... Continue Reading

Schedule A Consult

Connect
Share