The central portion of the face, and often the most noticeable, is mainly composed of one structure – the nose. Nasal appearance can be affected by a number of factors including genetics, trauma, or previous surgeries. A history of trauma may be unknown and even happen at early ages (as infants) and can lead to crooked noses. These are corrected through a procedure called Rhinoplasty. A good rhinoplasty provides the best in functional as well as cosmetic outcome. In other words, correcting any difficulty breathing while providing an improvement in the appearance of the nose. This is one of the most rewarding, yet complex, procedures that I perform and one of which I am very passionate.
Common nasal complaints include a crooked nose, widened nasal bones, bulbous nasal tip, and scarring from previous procedures.
Please see the Rhinoplasty Page for further details on the procedure, nasal analysis, and expectations.