Surgery of the nose, or rhinoplasty, is the ideal procedure for patients who wish to reshape or resize the look of their nose. Patients with deformities of the nose that make it difficult to breathe may also look to surgery of the nose to restore normal breathing patterns.
Incisions are made just inside the nostrils at the opening of the nose. This allows the surgeon access to the bone and cartilage. Depending on the severity of the deformity or the pre-operative shape and size of the nose, the surgeon will determine the first step in reshaping the nose. The surgeon may elect to remove the obstruction or hump on the nose in order to narrow the bridge of the nose to give it a smoother profile. Wide nostrils can be brought closer together.
Only a skilled plastic surgeon can determine the nose surgery procedure that best addresses the specific needs of the patient. At The Plastic Surgery Group, our plastic surgeons are board-certified by the American Board of Surgery and have years of experience in nose surgery procedures. Patients are reminded that a nose surgery procedure can dramatically change the look of your face. Although results can be seen within a few days, it may take months before the final shape and size of the nose can be appreciated. Setting realistic expectations from your nose surgery and discussing those options with your surgeon will help maximize your result.
One of our friendly surgery schedulers will share the surgeons' credentials, answer questions and schedule a complimentary consultation. Find out if you are a good candidate for a nose surgery procedure by calling The Plastic Surgery Group today at 513-791-4440.
For your convenience, the Redbank Surgery Center is located on the ground floor of 1 Plastic Surgery Plaza and is an AAAASF (American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities) accredited surgical facility with four surgical suites.
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