Rhinoplasty (also known as nose reshaping surgery or a “nose job”) is among the most commonly requested plastic surgery procedures, eagerly sought by men, women, and teens. If you are one of the many adults and adolescents who are unhappy with the appearance of their nose or suffer from certain breathing difficulties, you may wonder if a rhinoplasty procedure is the right solution for you. When performed by a highly skilled and experienced plastic surgeon, rhinoplasty surgery can often create the attractive, shapely, and well-functioning nose that patients seek. To help you decide if you should seek a rhinoplasty Boca Raton plastic surgeon Dr. Jonathan Berman provides the answers to some of the most commonly asked rhinoplasty questions:
What conditions can rhinoplasty correct?
Rhinoplasty can correct a variety of cosmetic and medical issues that are caused by the shape or appearance of a patient’s nose. A nose reshaping procedure may be right for you if your nose is:
- Too big or too small
- Has a noticeable hump in the bridge
- Is hooked or has a bulbous tip
- Too narrow or wide a span between your eyes
- Too narrow or wide at the nostrils
- Placed at an odd angle between your eyes and upper lip
Is there any way to fix my “bad” nose job?
Yes, there is! If a poorly performed nose shaping surgery has left you with unattractive results or breathing difficulties, a revision rhinoplasty may be performed to correct the problem. Revision rhinoplasty is extremely difficult, since your nasal structure has already been compromised and scarred. It is essential that you only have a highly skilled and experienced plastic surgeon like Dr. Berman perform your procedure.
I want a shapelier nose, but I’m scared of surgery. Is there a non-surgical way to get a rhinoplasty?
Depending on the results you are looking for, Dr. Berman may be able to correct your nasal imperfections through a non-surgical rhinoplasty. Results are achieved using dermal fillers, so there is no actual cutting involved and you won’t have to be sedated with anesthesia. There are some limitations with this procedure; it can’t reduce the size of your nose or create a narrower tip, and the results aren’t permanent. A non-surgical rhinoplasty can improve an ethnically flat nose —- a flat wide base and wide nasal tip. It can create a lifting effect on a drooping nasal tip, improve nasal symmetry, and it can even correct a “scooped out” or “saddle-nose” profile. Check out our You-tube video demonstrating one such non-surgical or chemical rhinoplasty.
What can I expect when Dr. Berman performs my rhinoplasty?
Like most things, the more you do, the more skilled you get. It is no wonder that the most accomplished Rhinoplasty surgeons have been in practice a while. With more than 20 years of experience in aesthetic plastic surgery, Dr. Berman has the necessary skill, experience, and honed artistic instinct to create the shapely nose you desire. He has completed residencies in Ear, Nose, and Throat Surgery and full Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, earning Board Certification in both specialties. Don’t you want your Rhinoplasty surgeon to have that training as well the maximum time spent honing practice experience? Double board certified Dr. Berman will perform your rhinoplasty surgery at our onsite accredited ambulatory surgical facility, certified by the American Assocication for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, Inc. Dr. Berman will be assisted by board certified anesthesiologists and his hand-picked surgical staff who have a combined 60+ surgical experience. Thanks to Dr. Berman’s unrelenting insistence on the highest level of personal attention, skill, and safety, our patients enjoy an amazing 0% infection rate.
If you are wondering if a rhinoplasty procedure is right for you, call Dr. Berman today for a private consultation at 561-257-4052, or complete this discreet online consultation form.