Tag Archives: revision rhinoplasty specialist



Considering a Nose Job? Ask yourself these 5 key questions

Published: October 6, 2012

Rhinoplasty, better known as a “nose job”, is performed to alter the size and/or shape of the nose and is one of the most commonly performed types of plastic surgery. An estimated 77,000 people got rhinoplasty in 2010; while some simply didn’t like the noses they were born with, others needed corrections to previous surgeries … Continue reading Considering a Nose Job? Ask yourself these 5 key questions



Teaching Facial Plastic Surgery

Published: September 21, 2011

Dr. Pearlman, course director for the AAFPRS Two weeks ago was the 46th Annual Fall Meeting of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. As co-director with Dr. Rick Davis from Miami, Florida, we spent countless hours over the past year working hard to make this meeting a success. From the feedback we … Continue reading Teaching Facial Plastic Surgery



Revision Rhinoplasty and Septoplasty in New York

Published: January 18, 2011

I performed nasal reconstruction to restore nasal height to the collapsed nose of a 6 year old boy. He smashed his nose last summer and after attempted urgent removal of a blood clot (hematoma) from his septum he was referred to me for nasal reconstruction. I used the newly FDA approved flexible PDS plate to create a template to rebuild his nasal septum and restore a natural height to his nose.



Revision rhinoplasty and Revision septoplasty innovations with a PDS Plate

Published: November 4, 2010

PDS plastes are newly FDA approved for nasal surgery and an excellent new product that will help yield better results in revision rhinoplasty and revision septoplasty. I have already performed one case with great sucess and anticipate much more use in the future



Rhinoplasty, Revision Rhinoplasty and teaching Facial Plastic Surgery

Published: October 4, 2010

Dr. Pearlman recently attended the annual meeting of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and lectured the following week at the American Academy of Otolaryngology (ENT). He gave three lectures to fellow physicians on rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplaty and a special course on teaching physicians how to speak to patients.



Rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty lectures at the Multispeciality Foundation

Published: August 2, 2010

I attended and lectured at the 6th annual symposium on Facial Plastic Surgery sponsored by the Multispeciality Foundation for Facial Plastic Surgery in Las Vegas, NY in early July 2010. I moderated a panel on rhinoplasty with 7 experts from around the world. I also gave two lectures on revision rhinoplasty. The first, “what makes a nose look fixed” and the second on why patients come in seeking revision rhinoplasty.



Browlift, Botox, Revision Rhinoplasty, Neck Liposuction, Otoplasty

Published: April 23, 2010

Multiple facial plastic surgery proceedures are often indicated in the aging face. However for young people, they should allow themselves to age and only fix the real problems. Browlifts are overdone, Botox is rarely necessary in someone under 30, facial liposuction should rarely be used in patients under 30.



Teaching Facial Plastic Surgery in New York

Published: April 14, 2010

Teaching Facial Plastic surgery entails resident training, fellow (post-residency), lecturing at medical meetings and publishing journal articles and book chapters. I lecture regularly at meetings, hospitals and as an invited guest on rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty, endoscopic browlift, blepharoplasty, and facelift surgery as well as Botox and Fillers.



Revision Rhinoplasty NY

Published: December 21, 2009

Revision rhinoplasty, what went wrong in the first place? We examine the most common tell-tale signs that a nose has been over-done. A brief summary is provided about how to avoid these noses for an ideal result. Rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty can be a rewarding experience for both patients and the surgeon if both are prepared.



Revision Rhinoplasty Specialist

Published: December 16, 2009

Revision rhinoplasty can be very frustrating for patients. Dr. Pearlman conducted a comprehensive study on why patients seek revision rhinoplasty; the first study of it’s kind. The top patient concerns are tip asymmetry, difficulty breathing and a crooked nose.