Rhinoplasty

Taking Care of Yourself After Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty has one of the “longest” recovery periods, with some reports stating that it can take up to one year to fully recover from your nose job. While this sounds disheartening, it is not nearly as bad as it seems. Your nose will experience many subtle changes over the first year, and you cannot undergo […]

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Rhinoplasty FAQs

Do you have any unanswered questions about rhinoplasty? Read on to learn more about nose surgery. What is rhinoplasty? Rhinoplasty is a surgery that enhances the appearance and function of the nose. Rhinoplasty can: Reduce the size and width of the nose Narrow or widen the nostrils Adjust the angle of the nose Smooth out the […]

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10 Little-Known Facts About Rhinoplasty

1. Rhinoplasty is almost as popular as breast augmentation. According to statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, rhinoplasty is second only to breast augmentation for the most popular cosmetic procedures performed by board-certified plastic surgeons. More than 221,053 rhinoplasties were performed in 2013. 2. Facial fillers can be used as a temporary alternative to […]

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Rhinoplasty Question: Dislike Side View of Nose Hi, I am an 18 year old female and I’ve wanted to get a rhinoplasty for years. I know my nose is bulbous from the front view, however the side view of my nose is what bothers me most. Everything about the profile view of my nose is VERY aesthetically displeasing to me. If anyone could take a look at my picture and help me understand exactly what I might be seeing, it would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance.

It seems that you may not like the shortness or “upturned” look on the profile. This and the bulbous tip are unfavorable features that can be corrected at the same time with a Rhinoplasty. Be Sure to consult with a Board Certified Surgeon that has the neccesarry expierence in Nose Surgery. Here at Premiere Center our Board Certified Surgeons have been practicing for over 20 years and […]

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Removing my Rhinoplasty Cast?

Ideally, rhinoplasty cast is removed by the operating surgeon. If you are not able to get to your surgeon, the cast can be removed by this technique described which is by loosening by using steam and carefully pulling it from one side to the other.At PREMIERE Center, we have been practicing the rhinoplasty procedures for over 19 […]

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