At the center of the face, the nose plays a significant role in the symmetry of facial structures. Facial appearance relies tremendously on the size, shape, and structure of the nose. Improving the symmetry of the nose with rhinoplasty will create facial harmony and visual flow between the nose and other components. Everyone’s nasal features… Read More »
How is Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty Different?
Before After Rhinoplasty surgeries differ in the approach and techniques used based on the ethnic nasal structure of each patient. Performing nasal surgery on people not of Caucasian descent requires the surgeon to improve both the appearance and functionality of the nose while preserving the features of their culture (ethnic rhinoplasty). People of Middle Eastern… Read More »
Will I Still Look Like Me After an Ethnic Rhinoplasty?
For people of color who are unhappy with their nose’s appearance or function, ethnic rhinoplasty may be something to investigate. This plastic surgery can enhance facial presence, remove any nasal obstruction, or both. But many women and men of different ethnic backgrounds don’t want to completely transform how they look. Instead, they are proud of the heritage… Read More »
How Soon Is Too Soon for Revision Rhinoplasty?
No feature on the human face affects your appearance more than a prominent nose. It takes center stage on feminine beauty or masculine good looks. Unfortunately, many people are self-conscious about their nose’s appearance because of genetics or physical trauma. Still others struggle with the problem of disappointing results. Nose surgery is a procedure that… Read More »
Non-Surgical vs. Surgical Rhinoplasty: Which Is Best For You?
Also known as a nose job, rhinoplasty is a popular procedure for men and women who want to enhance their facial balance. But it’s not just about good looks. The procedure can help with your nose’s everyday functionality. There is a dual benefit by giving you a nose you are proud of while also helping… Read More »
What Makes Ethnic Rhinoplasty Different From Regular Rhinoplasty?
Of the different cosmetic surgeries available today, rhinoplasty is arguably the most complicated and delicate. The nose’s size, shape, and contour play a significant role in facial appearance. Therefore, even the slightest change to the nose can dramatically alter how people see you. Patients considering rhinoplasty surgery must choose a qualified, certified, and experienced plastic… Read More »
What’s the Right Age for Teen Rhinoplasty?
While most cosmetic surgeries deal with the unwanted side effects of aging, a few of the procedures we offer are favorites among younger patients – even some teenagers. One in-demand treatment for teens is undoubtedly cosmetic nose surgery, also known as rhinoplasty. Triple board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Ali Sajjadian is a highly skilled and experienced… Read More »
How to Correct Nasal Obstruction Caused by Rhinoplasty
With a significant portion of patients struggling with nasal obstruction following rhinoplasty, it’s no wonder revision rhinoplasty has become a staple procedure for many plastic surgeons. If you are experiencing any form of nasal obstruction or breathing difficulties after a nose job, it’s essential to understand how rhinoplasty may have not caused breathing issues but… Read More »
How a Revision Rhinoplasty Can Change Your Look
We all know what a nose job entails, and maybe you know a few people who’ve had one. If you’re reading this post, there’s a good chance you have had this surgery yourself. In performing rhinoplasty, a plastic surgeon can reshape the nasal structure to balance facial features, open breathing passages, or both. This surgical… Read More »
Nasal Breathing and Obstruction Problems
Whether it is sneezing, sniffles, or drainage, everyone periodically experiences nose-related symptoms. With the flu or a common cold, nasal symptoms can be uncomfortable. These are acute conditions, and the symptoms subside once you get over the infection. However, relief is usually short-lived for people with chronic conditions like allergic rhinitis, also called hay fever…. Read More »