The Portland Center For Facial Plastic Surgery
Hillsboro - Portland Oregon
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The Portland Center for Facial Plastic Surgery ™
 10690 NE Cornell Rd. Suite 324A, Hillsboro, OR 97124 503-899-0006
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Rhinoplasty is the obvious choice if you’re dissatisfied with the size or form of your nose.
A nose job alters more than just your nose; it alters how the rest of your face is viewed and enables all of your facial characteristics to complement one another to make you look beautiful. Finally, you can realize your dream of having symmetrical facial features.

Rhinoplasty: What Is It?

Although the Rhinoplasty operation, also referred to as a nose job, has considerable aesthetic benefits, it also serves important medicinal purposes.
Nose surgeries are frequently done to treat respiratory problems brought on by structural problems with the nose.
There are a variety of reasons why someone would decide to get a nose operation.
Following a traumatic event, such as breaking their nose, some people decide to have this treatment.
Some people may use it to alter their nose’s natural size and shape so that it would look more attractive and blend in more naturally with the rest of their facial characteristics.

Naturally, undergoing a nose job is a popular option for people who have nasal breathing problems.
A deviated septum is one of the most frequent causes of breathing problems.
Here, the bone and cartilage that splits the nasal cavity in half—the nasal septum—is misaligned or crooked.
The ideal technique to locate clear air is by using this procedure, which can make breathing difficult.

The size of the nose can be balanced better in proportion to other facial features by having a nose job.
It can be used to alter the nose’s obvious humps or depressions, as well as its breadth at the bridge and the nostrils.
It can correct an inflated, upturned, downturned, or hooked nasal tip.
Additionally, it helps correct nasal asymmetries and big or cocked nostrils.

Different Procedures

Every nose job is different.
Each person wanting a nose job has unique requirements and goals when they visit the doctor.
The surgeon must arrange each therapy and procedure uniquely for the patient in question, even if they will generally follow the same stages.
Surgeons can give each patient the finest care possible by personalizing their therapy.
Your doctor may recommend one of four primary types of nose jobs, depending on your individual needs.

Rhinoplasty With Closure

Due to the fact that all incisions are concealed inside the nose, this is the most common type of nose job.
You won’t have any obvious scars after the treatment, once you’ve recovered.
The doctor will undertake the required adjustments to the structure of your nose by lifting the soft tissue of the nose just enough to make the bone and cartilage visible.

There are various benefits to selecting this option because this form of nose job is less intrusive than the other types.
With this surgery, there is typically less nasal tissue irritation and a lower risk of post-operative edema, or swelling.
Because there are no surgical incisions made on the columella, a part of the nose, there is less irritation as a result.
Because this surgery is less intrusive, the patient recovers more quickly after the procedure and less time is spent in the operating room.

Patients who require minor structural alterations to their noses can benefit from this treatment.
However, because this method of rhinoplasty is less intrusive than other methods, the surgeon is also not able to make significant structural alterations.
You’ll need a different kind of surgery if you need a more involved nose job.

Operative rhinoplasty

In the past, patients who need more extensive work on their noses benefited from this more intensive form of the surgery.
This kind of nose operation is probably what the surgeon will recommend if your nose needs more than a modest alteration in structure.
The columella, a region beneath your nose between your nostrils where the incisions are made, is where the surgeon begins.
As a result, the surgeon can remove the skin from a significant portion of your nose.

The skin is then raised to provide the surgeon access to the nasal cavity and the ability to remodel the structural elements of the nose.
The doctor will shape the required areas, stitch the columella, and tape the nose to promote stabilization.
The finished nose that has been custom-sculpted for the patient will be covered by a splint after taping.
For the next week, the splint works to safeguard your nose’s mending tissues.

Patients who require substantial grafting frequently choose for this kind of surgery.
Additionally, it is advised for patients who have a range of nasal problems, including as structural deformities brought on by genetics or collapsed valves from a prior hump removal.
Additionally, it’s frequently advised for patients who don’t have congenital defects but have acquired them due to severe nose trauma.

Injectable rhinoplasty

This kind of non-surgical nose job is less common.
As a result, it can be performed by dermatologists and assistants in addition to cosmetic and plastic surgeons.
For those who want to fix a tiny flaw in their nose, this kind of nose job is ideal.

With this kind of nose job, injectable fillers like Juvederm or Restylane are used.
The filler works to correct or cover up minor flaws in the nose.
It’s a fantastic solution for folks with little problems because it’s quick and non-intrusive.
However, the fact that the effects are temporary is a drawback.
The filler is eventually reabsorbed by the body, thereby undoing the modifications that were done.

Updated rhinoplasty

After a primary nose job, this form of intervention is carried out.
If a patient is unhappy with the first nose job results after the treatment, they might elect to have a revision.
Patients who are pleased with the results but want to address additional adjustments may also decide to have a revision.

Breathing problems are another frequent justification for modification.
Mild breathing problems are very typical for people to suffer after having a nose operation.
A surgeon may unintentionally develop or discover problems that result in a minor obstruction that impairs your ability to breathe because they are changing the structure of your nose.

The Method

The Setting Up

The first step on your journey to the ideal nose is to schedule a consultation with a surgeon to see if you are a good candidate for surgery.
You will get the chance to go over your reasons for wanting this operation and what you hope it will achieve with your doctor.

Your medical background will be questioned by the doctor.
Any current or previous medical issues you may have, as well as any prescription or over-the-counter medications you take, should be disclosed.
Make careful to disclose any supplements you take, as well as any alcohol or drug use.

The doctor will then examine your nose physically.
In order to decide whether structural problems can be repaired, they will carefully examine the problems you have stated you wish to address as well as the skin on both the inside and outside of the nose.
The doctor will photograph your nose from several angles during the consultation.
This aids the physician in making evaluations on the long-term effects of surgery and might even serve as a reference point both before and during the procedure.

The Step-by-Step

Depending on the sort of nose job you’re getting, it can be done in a hospital, a doctor’s office, or an outpatient facility because it’s a relatively small treatment.
You might be given local anaesthetic, depending on the surgery and how much work needs to be done.
This won’t put you to sleep; it will merely numb your nose.
Some nose surgeries necessitate general anaesthetic, which will allow you to sleep through the procedure.

The doctor will make cuts within or between your nostrils once the anesthetic has taken effect.
The surgeon might take some cartilage from your ear or from deep into your nasal cavity if the procedure calls for tissue grafting with cartilage.
After separating your skin from your bone and cartilage, the surgeon will rebuild the underlying framework to address the problems you raised.

Depending on how complicated the surgery is, it may take anywhere from an hour to several hours to complete.

The Restoration

Following the procedure, your doctor will apply bandages to your nose and a plastic or metal splint to assist your nose maintain its new shape while it heals.
In order to help stabilize your septum, the doctor could additionally insert splints within your nostrils.

To lessen bleeding and swelling in your nose, you should take several days of rest with your head elevated above your chest.
For about a week following surgery, most patients are requested to keep the gauze and splints in and on their noses.
Your stitches will naturally fall out if they are dissolvable.
You will need to go back to the doctor a week after surgery to get them removed if they are not removable.

After your surgery, you’ll probably bleed and have some drainage for a few days.
Your face will feel bloated and puffy, and you could get headaches.
Around your eyes, you can also suffer some swelling and bruising.
In order to reduce the pain, your doctor could recommend medication.
For a few weeks following surgery, you’ll want to make sure to refrain from strenuous exercise and other activities that call for a lot of face movement.

Receive the necessary nose

Although having any kind of surgery might be daunting and stressful, don’t let that stop you from getting the nose you want!
Getting a nose job is a relatively simple way to significantly enhance your quality of life, regardless of whether you have difficulty breathing through your nose owing to a deviated septum or you want to make your nose more symmetrical and aesthetically beautiful.
Don’t let a nose problem hinder you from moving on in life.
Say “yes” to enjoying all the advantages of having the ideal nose you’ve been seeking.

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Cosmetic rhinoplasties

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The nose job, or rhinoplasty, is one of the most popular cosmetic treatments.
While the majority of pop culture references to getting a nose job emphasize shrinking the nose, many rhinoplasty patients want to reshape their noses or fix earlier rhinoplasty mistakes.
Medical conditions like a deviated septum or other structural flaws can also be fixed during a rhinoplasty.
Rhinoplasty may be done to heal a broken nose, trauma damage, or to reconstruct the nose after skin cancer removal surgery.

How Can I Tell If I’m a Good Rhinoplasty Candidate?

A nose job decision is a very individual one.
The decision to undergo rhinoplasty should be based on your comfort with your appearance, your confidence, and your intended outcome, unless you have a medical reason for doing so.
The majority of patients we treat report that having rhinoplasty significantly and favorably impacts their sense of self-worth.
You must be in good health, not smoke, and be of an age where your facial bones have finished developing in order to be a good candidate for rhinoplasty.
Around the age of 14, this growth is typically finished.

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You will meet with one of our board-certified plastic surgeons prior to the process to discuss the treatment, go over your desired results, including the size and shape of the nose after the operation, and go over your medical history.
The operation itself only takes a few hours, but you can endure swelling and bruising that lasts for a few days afterward.
Prior to being able to resume normal activities, it takes around two weeks.
It will take considerably longer to get the all-clear to start doing any demanding tasks again.

Breathing via the nose is a typical medical justification for rhinoplasty.
Nasal obstruction can interfere with other activities, interfere with sleep, make it difficult to exercise, and contribute to snoring and sleep apnea.
Surgery might be the next course of action if medical interventions (such nasal spray or sleep apnea treatment) are unsuccessful.
These kinds of medical rhinoplasty procedures are frequently covered by health insurance.

The type of nasal surgery depends on the underlying issue.
A septoplasty by itself may be able to correct a deviated septum, the midline wall of cartilage that separates the right and left sides of the nose.
However, a rhinoplasty is necessary to guarantee adequate breathing and nasal form when a septal deviation is more severe or occurs close to specific essential areas of nasal support.
With carefully positioned cartilage grafts, rhinoplasty (also known as septorhinoplasty) corrects the septal malformation and strengthens the nose’s vital breathing zones.

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What is the difference between rhinoplasty and septoplasty?

Rhinoplasty is a procedure that alters the appearance of the nose. Because breathing and the shape of the nose are linked, a rhinoplasty may be performed not only to improve the appearance of the nose but also to improve breathing through the nose.

Septoplasty is a surgery that straightens the wall inside the nose that splits the nasal passageways into right and left sides to improve breathing (nasal septum).
It can be difficult to breathe via the nose if the septum is crooked. A septoplasty is frequently performed in conjunction with a rhinoplasty.

Is rhinoplasty a straightforward procedure?

No. Rhinoplasty is a difficult procedure. This is because of a number of things. The nose, for starters, is a complex 3D form in the centre of the face. The alterations made during rhinoplasty are frequently minor. However, these alterations can have a significant impact on how the nose looks and operates. The margin for error is tiny because these changes are minor.

During surgery, swelling and the injection of local anesthetic into the skin deform the nose, masking many of the tiny modifications made. Rhinoplasty also lacks a uniform procedure or sequence of stages. Each procedure is tailored to the patient’s specific needs.

Is it likely that I’ll have to stay in the hospital?

Almost everyone who undergoes rhinoplasty is able to leave the hospital safely the same day. If you’re having trouble with nausea or have other health problems that need to be monitored, you may be admitted to the hospital for one night.

How long does it take to recover?

Take a week off from job, school, or other responsibilities. During the first week, you will notice a gradual improvement in your mood. People frequently feel like themselves again one week after plastic surgery.

There will be some edema after surgery. Although most individuals cease seeing the swelling after a few months, it can take months for it to go away.
After a week, most people can resume most activities, and after two to four weeks, they can resume all activities.

Are there any dangers?

Every surgery has its own set of dangers. Fortunately, the risks of rhinoplasty are minimal, and complications are uncommon. Before the procedure, your doctor will go over the risks and advantages with you in detail.

Is a rhinoplasty covered by insurance?

The cost of a rhinoplasty is sometimes covered by insurance, however it depends on the policy. Your doctor’s office will assist you in obtaining prior written authorization from your insurance company before scheduling surgery. Although this isn’t a guarantee of coverage, it is the only way to see if rhinoplasty is covered. Some insurance companies will cover part of a nose surgery but not the rest. In certain circumstances, you can acquire a price for the surgery by contacting the business office.

What is the price of rhinoplasty?

The cost of a rhinoplasty is determined by a number of factors, including the surgery’s complexity, the surgeon’s training and expertise, and geographic location. Regardless of whatever surgeon you choose, the cost of surgery will be the same.

Is it possible to envision how my nose will look after surgery?

Yes. Your doctor will take standardized images of multiple views of your face before to your consultation. These images can be altered to give you an idea of how your nose will look after surgery.

Is rhinoplasty a painful procedure?

For the most part, no. Most patients rate their pain on a scale of 0 to 4 on the first day after surgery.

How long am I going to be bruised?

Bruising is a rare occurrence. If you do have some small bruising, it normally goes away after a week.

What qualities should I seek in a surgeon?

Most rhinoplasties are performed by plastic surgeons, facial plastic surgeons, or otolaryngologists (ENT). A smart place to start is with training and board certification in one of these specialties. You’ll probably want a surgeon who specializes in rhinoplasty. Patients and other doctors will most likely recommend a surgeon with a high reputation. If your surgeon has authored numerous rhinoplasty-related papers in medical journals and has been invited to lecture at educational conferences, this is usually a sign that their peers value their rhinoplasty knowledge.

Ensure that your surgery will be performed in a hospital or surgical facility that is accredited. You should probably feel at ease with your surgeon as well.

A World-Class Rhinoplasty Experience at a Destination

In the Portland, Oregon area, Dr. William Portuese is a board-certified facial plastic surgeon. He is motivated by a rare blend of compassion and meticulous attention to detail, which shows in every patient interaction and operation he does. Come to Hillsboro Oregon, a rapidly developing boutique destination for cosmetic surgery, if you want the best Rhinoplasty operation imaginable.

VIRTUAL CONSULTATIONS IN 3D

Dr. Portuese employs computer imagery to assist patients to visualize their prospective post-procedure results. We also provide virtual consultations and a photographic rhinoplasty simulation. While you’re at home, we’ll also schedule your pre-treatment appointment.

PATIENTS FROM OUTSIDE THE CITY

All procedures are conducted in Seattle, WA, which is just a short drive from Portland. We routinely welcome patients from various cities and states, with the purpose of enhancing the natural beauty of our patients.

1. One month prior to your operation, we will work with you to verify that you have completed all necessary exams and documentation to guarantee that you are cleared for the procedure.

2. Two weeks prior to surgery, you will have a virtual pre-operative appointment to go over the final specifics of your treatment and to answer any questions you may have.

3. Arrive in town the day before your operation and depart 7-10 days afterward to ensure that all immediate follow-up care is completed.

4. After that, we’ll set up your virtual follow-up sessions with the doctor so that he can continue to monitor your progress.

We will gladly assist you in making travel arrangements. If you have any queries about travel plans or the treatment process, please contact our office.

PERFECT RHINOPLASTY CANDIDATES

Rhinoplasty is a procedure that can be performed on adults and teenagers over the age of 16. Facial maturation and growth are also required, and this will be discussed during your appointment, particularly for teens. If you’re unhappy with the way your nose looks and have specific concerns you’d like to improve, enhance, or repair, this treatment might be the way to go. Because your nose and facial profile will be altered, it is critical that realistic expectations are communicated.

WHY RHINOPLASTY WITH Dr. Portuese?

Rhinoplasty surgery expertise necessitates education, experience, anatomical knowledge, and exceptional technical skill. Dr. Portuese is a board-certified Facial Plastic Surgeon who specializes in rhinoplasty and is widely regarded as one of the region’s best rhinoplasty surgeons. He has outstanding credentials and has built his practice on consistently excellent results in difficult rhinoplasty patients. View his rhinoplasty before and afters.

He is a frequent speaker on advanced rhinoplasty surgery subjects at Plastic Surgery seminars. He is noted for personalizing his surgical ideas for each patient and for his operating room artistry. Dr. Portuese devotes as much time as is necessary to meet and surpass all of his patients’ expectations, from pre-operative appointments to surgical procedures.

RHINOPLASTY’S OBJECTIVE

Rhinoplasty is a cosmetic procedure that alters the appearance of the nose. In certain cases, rhinoplasty can also help with a functional or respiratory difficulty. Despite the fact that rhinoplasty involves little adjustments, the outcomes can look extremely stunning. Among all facial and neck treatments, rhinoplasty surgery has some of the most complex and precise surgical techniques. Learn more about cost of rhinoplasty.

Rhinoplasty is a straightforward procedure that might alleviate your dissatisfaction with your facial profile. Rhinoplasty may be beneficial if you are unhappy with the size and shape of your nose, or if you have breathing problems. Rhinoplasty is a common cosmetic procedure with a high percentage of success. Dr. Portuese’s goal is to restructure your nose so that your entire face seems more balanced and appealing. Even minor adjustments might have a significant impact.

A person’s entire appearance is improved by a neckline with a sense of refinement that is smooth and graceful.
A cosmetic surgeon can assist patients of any age in achieving the naturally attractive neckline they desire through neck contouring surgery.

What is surgery for neck contouring?

Neck contouring gives the neck and chin a firmer, smoother, and more elegant appearance.
A thick, wrinkled, or drooping neck can be significantly improved even without any other alterations to the face, making a patient look years younger or even as though they have lost weight.
By creating a more defined jawline that frames the rest of the face, neck contouring can also help balance out facial features.

Options for Neck Contouring

The patient’s cosmetic objectives, not the surgical technique, determine neck contouring.
For a patient who wants to reduce a sagging “turkey neck,” a cosmetic surgeon will employ an entirely different surgical technique than for a patient who wants to remodel a full chin.
Neck contouring can be done independently or in conjunction with other facial cosmetic surgery treatments to get more all-encompassing results.

Neck liposuction

Despite being at a healthy weight, do you feel like you have a “double chin” or a chin that is overly full?
Liposuction of the neck can permanently provide a more defined, elegant neckline.

The typical neck liposuction patient will be younger, in their 20s to early 50s, as younger patients typically have good skin elasticity, which is necessary for the skin to contract smoothly and evenly after liposuction. This is because liposuction removes excess fat but cannot significantly improve sagging skin.
Find out more about liposuction procedures.

Neck liposuction is typically a rapid treatment for most individuals, and in many cases, local anesthetic can be used.
A cosmetic surgeon will make one or two very small incisions behind the ears or beneath the chin, then implant a small liposuction cannula to remove extra fat and shape the chin and neck naturally.
After the surgery, patients usually need to wear a special supporting chin strap for about 3 or 4 days, go back to work in about a week, and are prepared to resume full activity in about 2 weeks.
Following neck liposuction, it is common to suffer some swelling and bruising; however, these side effects should go away within the first 10 to 14 days.

Goals & considerations for neck liposuction:

makes a “double chin” or fullness under the chin look better

refines the jawline to highlight the chin or balance the features of the face

Usually, patients with healthy skin tones will experience the best outcomes.

can be combined to further improve facial features with chin augmentation or rhinoplasty.

As long as a patient maintains a constant weight, results are long-lasting.

Neck Lift Procedure

An effective remedy for drooping, loose skin on the neck may be a neck lift surgery operation.
The procedure for removing extra skin from the neck is known as cervicoplasty or platysmaplasty (to tighten loose neck muscles).
To tighten loose neck muscles and remove extra, sagging skin and restore a smoother, firmer, and more defined appearance to the neck, cosmetic surgeons will carry out one or both of these treatments.

Under general anesthesia or intravenous sedation, a neck lift treatment is commonly carried out as an outpatient procedure.
A small incision will be made behind each ear by your cosmetic surgeon. Depending on your desires, a third small incision may be made behind the chin.
To provide the neck a smoother, firmer, and more youthful appearance, he or she will tighten the neck muscles and/or underlying tissues through these incisions and remove extra, sagging skin.

The length of recovery following a neck lift will vary depending on the patient and the complexity of the procedure.
Within two weeks of surgery, patients usually resume normal activities, including going back to work.
For a few weeks, your neck should feel tight, and bruising and swelling are common.
These adverse effects should fade gradually; obvious bruising usually disappears during the first week, although the “tight” feeling may last for several months.
You’ll receive thorough instructions for recuperation and aftercare from your cosmetic surgeon.

Goals & considerations for neck lift surgery:

removes or reduces a “turkey neck” by removing extra, sagging skin. Eliminates or reduces neck wrinkles and creases.

makes vertical neck bands seem better

Long-lasting results that age naturally with the patient

is possible to combine with a facelift for a more thorough facial rejuvenation.

Procedures for Non-Surgical Neck Contouring

Neck contouring is one of the non-surgical cosmetic procedures that is gaining popularity due to its short downtime and lack of invasiveness.
There are a few non-surgical solutions available to you if you want to enhance the appearance of your neck, which we’ll go over in this article.

Botox.
Most people picture the face when they think of Botox.
However, Botox is also quite good in treating dynamic wrinkles in the neck momentarily.
Because patients might anticipate their neck to look longer and thinner following treatment, like the ancient Egyptian Queen Nefertiti, a neck lift with Botox is sometimes known as a “Nefertiti lift.”
In order to minimize the look of turkey neck and define the jaw, your cosmetic surgeon or nurse aesthetician will inject Botox into the muscles in the platysma band (the muscles that protrude when you flex your neck).
Botox usually produces neck lift results that last 3 to 4 months.
Study more about Botox here.

Fillers.
Hyaluronic acid or calcium hydroxylapatite dermal fillers can be injected into the neck and jawline to lift drooping skin, smooth out wrinkles, and even out skin tone.
According to the filler brand, dermal filler neck lifts, commonly referred to as “liquid neck lifts,” last between 6 and 12 months.
Patients should anticipate smoother, more youthful-looking neck skin in the months after their injections since these fillers promote collagen production.
Restylane and Radiesse are popular fillers for a neck lift that doesn’t require surgery.
More info on dermal fillers here

Kybella.
Deoxycholic acid is the main ingredient in Kybella, an injectable treatment for submental and upper neck fat.
Patients with “double chins” are frequently treated with Kybella because this area is notoriously difficult to shape without liposuction.
Similar to liposuction, Kybella-treated fat cells won’t be able to retain fat, therefore you can anticipate losing weight in this area permanently.
Most cosmetic surgeons advise scheduling 4-6 Kybella treatments spaced one month apart for best results.
Usually, 4-6 weeks after your initial injection, results start to show.

Microneedling.
In order to enhance collagen and elastin levels and stimulate the proliferation of fibroblast cells, microneedling employs small needles to inflict “micro-injuries” on the skin.
With little to no downtime, microneedling can swiftly reduce the appearance of sun damage, wrinkles, and more on the neck and décolletage.
Dermapen and SkinPen are two well-known microneedling companies.

In order to promote more collagen development and tissue tightness, microneedling can also be used in conjunction with radiofrequency (referred to as “RF microneedling”) to heat deep layers of the skin using insulated needles.
Brands of RF microneedling that are well-known include Genius and Morpheus8.

Even though many businesses provide DIY microneedling kits, it’s crucial to find a board-certified cosmetic surgeon to carry out your microneedling operation because the skin around the neck and décolletage is extremely delicate and prone to harm.

Ultherapy.
Ultrasound energy is used in Ultherapy, a more recent treatment, to tighten skin.
Ultherapy can lift and tighten deep layers of skin and underlying muscles when used on the neck.
Ultherapy is a fantastic way to visualize what a surgical neck lift would look like before you commit to the treatment.
Within two to three months of using Ultherapy, the majority of patients perceive an improvement in the condition of their skin.
Ultherapy increases collagen production in the skin, similar to other non-surgical skincare procedures, for a visibly smoother, younger-looking neck.
Find out more about Ultherapy here

treatment using a fractional CO2 laser.
Neck skin quality and tone can be improved by fractional CO2 lasers, and the effects are long-lasting.
Because they are so successful in treating more severe skin aging indications, fractional CO2 lasers are regarded as the gold standard for skin resurfacing.
Fractional CO2 lasers can boost collagen in the neck without causing any harm to the tissues around it since they heat the skin from deep within.
Additionally, these lasers need less recovery time because they are fractional, which means that the laser is spread out over the skin in “fractions.”
Brands of popular fractional CO2 lasers include Fraxel and MiXto Pro.

Your nose is front and center when it comes to how you look and feel about yourself.
You’re not the only one who feels that their nose doesn’t “fit” with their face because of its size, shape, or other features.
The top five invasive cosmetic surgery procedures include rhinoplasty, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

Is rhinoplasty appropriate for you, then?
Rhinoplasty, also known as a “nose job,” when carried out by a trained, certified cosmetic surgeon, can significantly improve both your appearance and health.

Here are a few of the most popular justifications for rhinoplasty.
If any of these apply to you, a nose job might be the best option.

You have trouble breathing.

An aesthetic problem with your nose might occasionally result from a medical problem.
Think about the potential that you might have a deviated septum if you experience persistent congestion or breathing difficulties (which can cause a structural nasal problem that may also create a misshapen nose).

The nasal cavity is divided in half by a cartilage wall called the septum, which is located between your two nostrils.
The right and left sides of the nose’s septum should have an equal channel that is centered in the nose.
A deviated septum, which develops when the septum moves away from the midline, can lead to both aesthetic concerns and breathing problems.
This can be fixed through rhinoplasty, which will allow you to breathe normally and give you a lovely, smooth profile.

You have a hump, a hook, a bigger or crooked nose, or another ugly feature.

You might be a fantastic candidate for rhinoplasty if you’ve ever wanted your nose was smaller or straighter or if you’ve never believed it looked proportionate to the rest of your face.
Cosmetic issues including a hump, a hook, a wide nose, a thick or bulbous tip, or nostril size and position can all be addressed by the operation.
Additionally, rhinoplasty can help with any cosmetic problems brought on by trauma or injury.

You want a nose that will better fit your face since you’re unhappy with the way you look.

A nose job will offer you a gorgeous revision that will be a lovely addition to your face even though it won’t make your nose “perfect.”
Your nose job will be particular to you, your face, and the objectives of the treatment.
Rhinoplasty is intended to accentuate your true beauty and produce a result that blends in with your distinctive face traits.

The Portland Center For Facial Plastic Surgery is thrilled to assist you in achieving the appearance of your dreams, which may also aid with breathing difficulties, persistent congestion, or pain from an accident.
We can assist you, whatever your motivation for considering rhinoplasty may be!

Schedule a free appointment if you’re interested in learning more about rhinoplasty and finding out if you’re a good candidate for the treatment.

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