Tag Archives: revision rhinoplasty

  • Can You Fix a Bad Nose Job?

    Jacky Gale | November 1, 2018 | Posted in Revision Rhinoplasty
    revision rhinoplasty

    Rhinoplasties, which are cosmetic surgeries for noses, are among the most challenging of all plastic surgeries to perform. The surgeons who do the best work are those with an inherent sense of artistry and form, exceptional clinical and technical skills, and plenty of experience. “It’s so important to do your due diligence, and research plastic […] Read more

  • Which Nose Type Do You Have? 6 Different Nose Shapes

    Ava Lawson | October 5, 2018 | Posted in Revision Rhinoplasty, Rhinoplasty
    teen girl nose job

    The nose is your face’s most predominant feature, whether it be long and narrow, or small and upturned. While many may share similar characteristics in nasal shape and proportion, no two noses are exactly alike. Regardless of size or shape, the nose can have a significant impact on a person’s facial appearance and self-esteem. Some […] Read more

  • Recovery Timeline After Revision Rhinoplasty

    Ava Lawson | August 16, 2018 | Posted in Revision Rhinoplasty
    teen girl nose job

    Revision rhinoplasty is a secondary procedure typically performed to address poor results from a primary nose job. While many patients are satisfied – if not ecstatic—about the outcomes their first nose reshaping surgery, complications can develop later on, or patients may decide they want further improvements to enhance function and aesthetics. Because revision rhinoplasty is […] Read more

  • Nose Jobs: Perfection Is Out, Individuality Reigns Supreme

    Jacky Gale | January 12, 2018 | Posted in Rhinoplasty
    before and after rhinoplasty

    It’s common practice for plastic surgery patients to bring along pictures of celebrities when they go to the office for a consult. Pointing to a picture is sometimes easier than explaining verbally what a person wants for his or her new look. But increasingly, plastic surgeons are finding that individuals who are thinking about getting […] Read more

  • My Breathing is Worse After Rhinoplasty

    Ryan Green | December 11, 2017 | Posted in Revision Rhinoplasty
    woman holding nose because of breathing problems

    When a rhinoplasty, more colloquially known as a “nose job”, is performed by a surgeon of great skill and experience, the result leaves the patient with a harmony of facial features and a huge surge in self-confidence. In the hands of less-skilled plastic surgeons, however, issues may persist after surgery that lead the patient to consider a […] Read more

  • 4 Signs You May Need a Secondary Rhinoplasty

    Jacky Gale | November 29, 2017 | Posted in Revision Rhinoplasty
    man nose job rhinoplasty

    Rhinoplasty, more frequently referred to as a “nose job,” is an effective way to balance facial symmetry, and to sculpt the proportions of the nose so that it fits in well with the facial shape and contours. Rhinoplasties are more complex than most patients realize, and medical complications or undesirable aesthetics resulting from the original […] Read more

  • Bad Nose Job? Here’s How Long to Wait for Your Revision Rhinoplasty

    Jacky Gale | October 20, 2017 | Posted in Revision Rhinoplasty
    man nose job rhinoplasty

    Many people are unhappy with the appearance of their nose, and some of them decide to undergo rhinoplasty to get the look they want. Rhinoplasty is a particularly delicate sort of plastic surgery, since the nose performs a vital functional role in the body, as well as an aesthetic one. In addition to the considerable […] Read more

  • Three Things I Wish I Knew Before I Had My Nose Job

    Jenn Fusion | May 5, 2015 | Posted in Rhinoplasty
    woman's face being measured for rhinoplasty

    Looking better and feeling more confident are why most people seek out rhinoplasty, but plastic surgeons caution patients to have realistic expectations about nose surgery. “Be prepared for a strict recovery regimen afterwards,” explains NYC plastic surgeon Dr. Thomas Loeb, “and also for seeing a face in the mirror that can sometimes seem drastically altered. Patients’ before […] Read more





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