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Stay True to Yourself With Ethnic Rhinoplasty

For many African American patients, there are several characteristics of the nose that are distinctly identifiable for them, both ethnically and individually. Many patients who would like to soften their facial features and reshape their noses also want their new contours to appear natural. Some of the most common requests from African American patients is […]

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Choosing the Right Surgeon for Rhinoplasty

When a patient is considering plastic surgery, they often go back and forth on what specific procedure they want. Those who wish to rid themselves of noticeable signs of aging may opt for facelift surgery while others who are unhappy with the way their nose looks can choose to have rhinoplasty. Rhinoplasty can improve the […]

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Fast Rhinoplasty and Nostril Reduction

When you are having rhinoplasty don’t be concerned about how long [within reason] the case takes or the cost of the operating room fee. Would you prefer that the surgeon does it quickly, but with perhaps less attention to detail and perhaps leaving out an important step? There is usually nothing good about a fast […]

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Thick Skin and Rhinoplasty

Some people have thick skin and are concerned as to how that will affect their rhinoplasty. To assuage some of your anxiety, it is your thick skin that protects you somewhat from having an “overly-operated” look. A tiny nose is not likely to happen and the truth is that in order to give you tip […]

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Swollen Nose

If your tip is wider post op it suggests some things to me: 1] You had perhaps a projected tip with fairly thin skin which may have been “sticking out” more than you liked and the tip projection was probably set back and (similar to lowering a tent pole causing the canvas of the tent to […]

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