Posts Categorized: Rhinoplasty

How to Fix Flared Nostrils

Most of us have the ability to flare our nostrils, but some people’s nostrils are more pronounced at times. There are surgical and non-surgical ways to reshape the nostrils, whether they flare at rest, while smiling or laughing.

Healing After a Rhinoplasty: Care Tips, Recovery Timeline & More

Rhinoplasty can change the size and shape of your nose so that it is in balance with the rest of your facial features. However, it takes anywhere from six to 12 months, or sometimes longer, for you to see the final results from your rhinoplasty. Many surgeons offer computer imaging during your initial consultation, which helps you imagine what you might look like after the procedure. 

How to Treat a Dorsal Hump

Many patients consult surgeons to remove or lessen the bump on the ridge of their nose – the dorsal hump. No matter the origin or size, the dorsal hump can be reduced with both surgical and nonsurgical solutions.

What is Nasal Tip Rotation?

If you have a droopy nose tip when smiling or at rest, you are a candidate for a nasal tip rotation, a surgical procedure where the tip of the nose is adjusted to a more desirable angle.

How Young is Too Young for Rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty is the most common plastic surgery performed for teenagers. The procedure enhances the appearance of the nose and aligns it with the rest of the patient’s facial features. Physical appearance plays a key role in teenage confidence, but a rhinoplasty procedure should only be considered if ...

How to Fix a Broad or Wide Nose

Does your wide nose bother you? A nose can maintain a wide appearance for a number of reasons. For many people, lack of nasal bridge height causes a nose to look wider. This is often genetic and thus, more common in particular ethnic groups. In ...

The Ski Slope Nose

As you know, noses come in many different shapes and sizes. Some patients desire a more rounded, pointed tip, while others prefer a flattened, smooth structure. The ski slope nose has a shape desired by some patients and disliked by others – it depends on ...