Because cosmetic surgery is now relatively safe and predictable many people have become relaxed about safety precaution. A lot of emphasis is placed on trusting your cosmetic surgery doctor or board-certified plastic surgery doctor to give you the results you expect. This means many patients find out about their surgeon's qualifications and neglect to find out about the anesthesia or the accreditation of the surgery rooms.
If you’ve ever wondered what you might look like after a nose job, or rhinoplasty procedure, you can take advantage of virtual nose job tools to see images of your face after surgery. Many plastic surgeons now use virtual plastic surgery tools during your consultation so you can get an idea of what you'll look like after your selected procedure.
By the time Tanya turned 30, she had already hated her nose for more than 10 years. "I always wanted a more feminine nose," she says. While her own nose wasn't unusually large, she felt it was out of proportion with her face. "I inherited my dad's nose, which wasn't completely straight and was bulbous on the tip."
Along the road of life there are sure to be bumps, or so the cliche goes, and for the most part, you can do nothing about them. Except, of course, when those bumps are on your nose. For more than 300,000 Americans a year Rhinoplasty, or a "nose job," has helped correct such unsightly nasal bumps and bulges. For many more, however, this type of correction would never be an option. Forget the average price tag of $3,332 not including anesthesia, it hurts; don't let the whimsical "nose job" nickname fool you. Besides, how can you be sure you will be happy with the results? Well, for patients who can't handle the bumps anymore, but aren't yet ready for major surgery, California doctor Alexander Z. Rivkin may have found a solution: the Non-Surgical Nose Job.
If you’ve been thinking about a nose job (rhinoplasty surgery is the techinical term), you may be apprehensive about going under the knife and having to deal with all of the risks and side effects. Nose job surgery continues to be one of the most sought-after plastic surgery procedures in the United States, but there are other options available. Some people choose to get a non-surgical nose job, also known as the 15-Minute Nose Job, to correct minor imperfections in the facial profile and improve the overall appearance of the nose.
Edward E. Dickerson, IV, M.D., Facial Plastic Surgeon at Cape Fear Aesthetics in Fayetteville, NC. Dr. Dickerson graduated with a medical degree from Morehouse School of Medicine and a undergraduates in Chemistry from West Virginia State College. Dr. Dickerson is a member of the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, International Society for Hair Restoration Surgeons, American Board of Otolaryngology, International Association of Physicians for Aesthetic Medicine. American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, and the American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery.
Dr. Arnold Breitbart is accomplished in the wide spectrum of plastic surgery. From his offices in Manhattan and Long Island, he provides renowned cosmetic surgery services to patients seeking abdominoplasty, Liposuction, breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reduction, face lift, rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty, gynecomastia surgery, and other body contouring procedures. He also offers non-invasive treatments such as Restylane®, Perlane®, BOTOX® Cosmetic, JUVÉDERM™ Injectable Gel, and Radiesse® injections.
Dr. Benjamin Marcus is certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and the American Board of Facial Plastic Surgery. He is fellowship trained in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, having learned leading-edge techniques with Drs. Ted Cook and Tom Wang in Portland, Oregon, leaders in the field. Dr. Benjamin Marcus performs cosmetic surgery of the face and neck, rhinoplasty and facial reconstructive surgery. Specialty areas include: facelift, brow lift, eyelid surgery, rhinoplasty, facial trauma, reconstruction of congenital deformities, and reconstruction after Mohs surgery. He also provides the complete spectrum of ENT services, specializing on sinus and nasal problems. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery and Director of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. A full-time faculty member of the UW Medical School, he is actively involved in training the next generation of facial plastic surgeons.
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