Rhinoplasty, also known as a nose job, is a common surgical procedure that is done to correct the function and form of the nose. Rhinoplasty can make a larger nose smaller. Rhinoplasty can also remove indentations and remove bumps, fix the tip, alter the angle of the nose, and correct defects to create facial symmetry. Some people undergo a rhinoplasty procedure to fix damage to the nose, from a sports accident, while others have this procedure to help restore their confidence. Regardless of your reason for wanting to undergo this procedure, rhinoplasty will change your face for the better.
Our noses lie at the center of our faces. After rhinoplasty, your nose will be proportionate to the rest of your facial features, thus creating facial harmony. When people look at you, their eyes will not be drawn to your nose since it will be in proportion to your other facial features. If your current nose is asymmetrical, rhinoplasty will restore your facial centre. Post rhinoplasty, due to its new balance, you will notice a dramatic improvement in your face. Continue reading
Men have always had nose surgery for functional issues. Birth defects, deviated septa, facial injuries, and sinus issues have all been common reasons for men to seek surgical corrections. But, times have changed and elective rhinoplasty is the number one plastic surgery procedure in men. Tens of thousands of men see plastic surgeons for rhinoplasty surgery every year.
Men are turning to rhinoplasty surgery for a variety of reasons. While women often complain about noses that are wide or tips that are on a little on the bulbous side, giving the face a more masculine appearance. Their goal is for a daintier appearing, smaller nose. Men are more likely to request the straightening of a crooked bridge, the removal of an obvious hump or, with the goal being that of achieving a more natural appearance. Continue reading
Rhinoplasty surgery is a surgical procedure that is designed to change a patient’s nasal structure, performed to achieve a functional or specific cosmetic result. Rhinoplasty is an investment of your money, time, and energy into your self confidence, appearance, and satisfaction. After your surgery is complete, the last thing you want to do is jeopardize your results. After your recovery period has ended, follow the simple guidelines below to preserve your results.
Why The Nose Is So Vulnerable
Because your nose sticks out from your face, it will be the first thing to sustain any facial injury. Athletes are especially prone to nasal trauma. Your nose will be extra vulnerable after rhinoplasty surgery. Your cartilage, bones, and surrounding tissues will be more fragile as they heal, sometimes for up to a year after your procedure. Small incidents can result in more dramatic injuries before the nose has fully set. Even after your nose has set, protecting it can make all the difference between preserved rhinoplasty results and a revisit to your surgeon. Continue reading
Your eyes are often the first thing people notice about your face and are an important aspect of facial attractiveness. Cosmetic eyelid surgery, called blepharoplasty, is a surgical procedure to improve the appearance of the upper eyelids, lower eyelids, or both, and give a rejuvenated appearance to the surrounding area of your eyes, making you look more rested and alert.
Eyelid Lift Surgery
Eyelid surgery is performed on either the upper eyelids, the lower eyelids, or on both simultaneously. This particular cosmetic procedure enhances the look of the eye area by tightening droopy upper eyelids and or removing extra skin from sagging lower eyelids. Continue reading