Rhinoplasty Topics of Discussion

Question: Nose looks larger after weight loss – would I benefit from a rhinoplasty? Answer: There is no fat in the nose, just skin, bone and cartilage. A closed rhinoplasty procedure can accomplish shaving down the hump, refinement to the nasal tip slightly, and narrowing the bridge line with all of the incisions placed on the inside of the nose. Question: Would a rhinoplasty or chin surgery help with the appearance of my side profile?
Question: Where are spreader grafts harvested from during Rhinoplasty? Answer: In our practice, we usually harvest the spreader grafts from the dorsal hump, which is composed mostly of cartilage itself. If there is no dorsal hump removal, then the spreader graphs are harvested from the nasal septum. If you have a deviated septum that is significant enough causing airflow issues, you definitely should have that fixed simultaneously, otherwise your nasal obstruction will probably get worse
Question: Which procedure would help me achieve a smaller nose? Answer: A closed rhinoplasty approach can accomplish Shaving down the dorsal hump, refinement of the nasal tip, and narrowing the bridge line and making the entire nose smaller. All of the incisions are placed on the inside of the nose, and no external incisions are required. No painful packing is required either. Choose your rhinoplasty specialist wisely based upon extensive experience producing natural results. Question:
Question: Should I do chin lipsuction, Kybella, or something else? Answer: The photographs are rather limited, however it appears that there’s recessive chin present, and fat deposits in the neck which are most likely located above and below the platysma muscle in the neck. Consider placement of a chin implant to augment the chin forward. A neck lift procedure would include liposuction to remove the fat deposits above the muscle and surgical extraction the fat
Question: Can I still do rhinoplasty with a fractured knee? Answer: Yes you can, but it’s probably best to figure out if you can need plastic surgery on your knee. Best to spread out two general anesthetics a month apart. Question: I had a rhinoplasty 13 months ago. As you can see I require another surgery. How complicated is it to fix my nose? Answer: From the photographs presented, your nose looks very good with

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