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How to Keep Swelling Down After a Rhinoplasty

Posted August 15, 2014 in All Posts, Rhinoplasty

In every operation, no matter how small, there’s always swelling of the surrounding area of the surgical site. The amount of swelling will vary from person to person. It could be greater if both the inside and outside of the nose have been operated on, or in patients who have undergone surgery to improve the […]

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Adventures in Amsterdam

Posted November 22, 2013 in Facial Plastic Surgery, Revision Rhinoplasty, Rhinoplasty

I was invited to be the featured guest speaker at the Amsterdam Rhinoplasty course about a year ago. Officially entitled “20th International Course in Modern Rhinoplasty Techniques”, the course was run for most of the past two decades by Prof. Gilbert Nolst-Trenite. It has recently been taken over by one of his very accomplished students, […]

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Erasing the Stigma of Plastic Surgery.

Posted August 23, 2013 in Facial Plastic Surgery

No disrespect meant to a superstar that has passed on, but Michael Jackson gave plastic surgery a bad name and a bad face to go with it. His money and mania took a handsome face and turned it into a Halloween mask. He had so many surgeries that real damage was done to his nose, […]

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Rhinoplasty and Revision Rhinoplasty Publications

Posted January 22, 2013 in Rhinoplasty

How patients used to find their doctors Back when I started my training in the ‘80s patients sought out the doctors who taught other doctors. This group included those who published articles in peer reviewed journals, legitimate medical journals that require stringent review of all submissions for content and contributions to medical education. This also […]

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Rhinoplasty and Revision Rhinoplasty Publications

Posted December 17, 2012 in Revision Rhinoplasty, Rhinoplasty

Back when I started my training in the ’80s, patients sought out the doctors who taught other doctors. This group included those who published articles in peer reviewed journals — legitimate medical journals that require stringent review of all submissions for content and contributions to medical education. This also included the doctors who routinely gave […]

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Medical Reasons for a Rhinoplasty Procedure

Posted November 13, 2012 in All Posts

For some people, getting a nose job isn’t about improving the looks you were born with but correcting an injury or other medical condition. In many cases, the surgical procedures used for both elective and medically necessary rhinoplasty is similar. The difference between the two can be determined by questioning whether or not the person […]

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Considering a Nose Job? Ask yourself these 5 key questions

Posted October 06, 2012 in All Posts

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 […]

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