Are you embarrassed by the appearance of your nose? Considering its prominent position on the face, it is not surprising that nose jobs are one of the most commonly sought-after procedures in facial plastic surgery. A nose job, or rhinoplasty, can also be quite complex compared to other aesthetic procedures. In fact, the decision to get rhinoplasty should never be taken lightly. … Continue reading
“I hate my nose!” Are you hearing your teenage child voice this complaint often? In the world of Instagram and TikTok, the features of the teenage face can be highly scrutinized, especially when it comes to the most central feature – the nose!
An asymmetrical or misshapen nose can be a constant source of ridicule and embarrassment, especially for socially conscious teenagers. Therefore, teen rhinoplasty is a popular procedure for adolescents and one that is proudly offered at the Beverly Hills Center. We understand the sensitive stage of life that teenagers are in, a time when building a positive self-image is not only healthy but highly valued. Unfortunately, having disproportioned and unattractive nasal characteristics can be a significant detriment to a teen’s self-esteem and quality of life. This can lead many teens to ask their parents for a nose job. Is a nose job safe or appropriate for a teen? In many cases, yes. … Continue reading
Rhinoplasty, also known as a nose job, is a common procedure in facial plastic surgery for both men and women. Unfortunately, it is also one of the most intricate and challenging cosmetic procedures, which leads many patients to seek revision surgery. It takes a skilled facial plastic surgeon to correct a previous rhinoplasty and achieve ideal results.
While any type of plastic surgery has the potential for complications or poor results, the nose is especially vulnerable due its central position on the face as well as the delicate tissues, bone and cartilage that are involved. Rhinoplasty can involve subpar techniques during surgery or poor healing after the procedure. It is not always within the control of the surgeon, and every patient is unique. The most common reasons that patients seek revision rhinoplasty include: … Continue reading
Accidents happen. When it comes to bad falls or sports injuries, it is not uncommon for the nose to be involved in the trauma. A fractured nose can produce outward signs of bruising, bleeding and swelling, but there can also be internal damage that can affect breathing and the functionality of the nose. One of the worst mistakes you can make if you’ve suffered nasal trauma is avoiding or delaying a visit to a plastic surgeon. When it comes to restoring the delicate features of the nose, time is of the essence. … Continue reading
If you were born between the years of 1981 and 1996, you belong to a generation called “millennials.” Millennials make up approximately 22% of the population and more than any other living generation, millennials understand, utilize and rely on a digital world. … Continue reading
When it comes to your appearance, your nose plays a very influential role due to its central position on the face. Unfortunately, not everyone is born with a nose that is perfectly symmetrical and proportioned with the rest of the face. If you are dissatisfied with the appearance of your nose, a rhinoplasty procedure (nose job) can help you reclaim your confidence by adjusting the unwanted characteristics of this central facial feature. … Continue reading
The nose is the most prominent feature of the face. Due to its protruding position and thin nature of bone structure, it is also common for the nose to break. A broken nose can occur during a direct blow to the face or an accidental fall. Regardless, it is very important to treat or repair the nose when it suffers such damage, as it can affect your appearance as well as your breathing function. Not only should you let a professional repair your broken nose, but it needs to be done in a timely manner! … Continue reading
Thanks to the amazing advancements in filler injections and facial rejuvenation technology, patients don’t always have to go under the knife to change their appearance. When it comes to the face, the nose is the most central and prominent feature. Unfortunately, this feature is not always well-accepted by its owner. Many adults and even teens are bothered by the way their nose looks. Since it is a difficult feature to hide or cover up, a large, crooked or unsightly nose can be a real threat to one’s self-esteem. But is surgical rhinoplasty your only solution? Maybe not. … Continue reading
When considering rhinoplasty, it is common to have questions and natural to have concerns. For most patients, the concern lies within the aesthetic results of their nose job, but there are also many patients who fear the effect the procedure may have on their voice. While it has been a topic under scrutiny, most facial reconstruction experts agree that for the average patient, rhinoplasty does not have a significant impact on the tone of voice, especially during conversational speech. If you are a professional singer or voice-over specialist, however, you may want to discuss your rhinoplasty procedure with your physician in greater detail to ensure appropriate measures are taken to avoid even subtle changes in your voice. … Continue reading
A nose job, or rhinoplasty, is considered one of the most skill-demanding facial plastic surgeries to perform. It involves altering intricate nasal structures that affect the appearance of the nose as well as breathing function. In addition, the nose is the most prominent feature on the face. Therefore, when a nose job goes wrong, it can be especially frustrating and disheartening. The good news is that a revision rhinoplasty surgeon can correct the mistakes that your previous surgery produced. While there’s no way to take away the emotional strain of having to undergo another facial surgery and recovery, this procedure can give you the attractive and balanced nose that you had originally hoped for. … Continue reading