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Reducing a Bump with Preservation Rhinoplasty

Nose reshaping or rhinoplasty was the third most popular procedure in 2018, according to plastic surgery data. Breast augmentation and liposuction was more popular. Nose surgery is the most common cosmetic facial surgery, while botulinum  (Botox®, Dysport®, and Xeomin®) remains the most common nonsurgical procedure. Preservation Rhinoplasty to Reduce a Bump Rhinoplasty surgery to reduce …

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Fillers to Improve Nasal Profile in Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty is a very common cosmetic surgery in a facial plastic surgery office worldwide, especially in younger patients. Although rhinoplasty can improve both appearance and function of the nose, some may not be ready for nose job surgery. Facial fillers and wrinkle relaxers have grown in popularity as liquid lift procedures for the cheeks, eyes, and lips. …

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Open vs. Closed Rhinoplasty – Which is better?

The two methods for surgical rhinoplasty are closed (endonasal) and open (external). Every patient wants to know what is the best plastic surgery method for the nose. However, ask any plastic surgeon and they will tell you there isn't necessarily a "best". Each method has its pros and cons, with proponents on each side. Closed or Endonasal …

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4 tips to help prepare you for your Rhinoplasty

Busy Washington DC rhinoplasty patients may have a lot to think about prior to their cosmetic surgery. To help with the preparation for surgery, we have extensive care instructions for before and after plastic surgery. However, some highlights and tips are below to help you for a successful and uneventful recovery. As always speak with …

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Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty: Nose Job without Surgery

Non-surgical rhinoplasty has reemerged over the past few years as a popular option for certain patients. In the past, only silicone was injected into the nose, but now Maryland and northern Virginia rhinoplasty patients can choose from a variety of cosmetic injectable fillers. As the FDA has not yet approved the use of fillers for …

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Rhinoplasty: Bump on Top

What is this bump on top of my nose? Bumps on the top of the nose are a common reason patients seek rhinoplasty. Most nasal bumps are natural and develop as we age, while fewer are do to trauma or injuries. Nasal bumps come in various sizes & shapes. Bumps are commonly made of both …

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Rhinoplasty: Nasal Congestion after Surgery?

Yes, rhinoplasty or cosmetic nasal surgery may contribute to breathing problems with the nose. Nasal congestion may either be immediate or chronic with rhinoplasty / nose job surgery. Most immediate nasal congestion after rhinoplasty surgery is due to normal postoperative swelling. A majority of this internal, as well as external, swelling resolves within a couple …

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Rhinoplasty for Broken Nose: Septoplasty or Nose Job First?

Patients frequently have deviated noses, septal deviation, and nasal obstruction following nasal injuries. Trauma may be acute or immediate, but usually the injury occurred years ago. Most patients injure their nose from sports, fist fights, or minor falls. Broken noses should be evaluated by a facial plastic surgeon soon after the injury. Swelling after injury …

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