NOSES / RHINOPLASTY
Many people are dissatisfied with certain facial features they are born with, such as lips or eyes, but noses seem to be the most common feature people would like to change about their facial appearance.
Whether you have sinus or allergy issues that result in swelling and enlarging of the nasal cavities, or you just dislike the shape or size of your nose, there are many options available in cosmetic nose restructuring — surgically and non-surgically.
Surgical Rhinoplasty – There are two primary types of procedures used to surgically enhance or change the shape of your nose:
External Rhinoplasty (Open) – Open Rhinoplasty requires making an incision along the base of the nose and lifting the skin from the cartilaginous, bony structure. External or open rhinoplasty allows for greater exposure for the surgeon to access and perform more detailed work in rhinoplasty surgery.
Endonasal Rhinoplasty (Closed) – Closed Rhinoplasty is performed by making a small incision in the nose and surgically positioning all work without exposing the nasal structure. This allows for no visible scarring.
RHINOPLASTY AND COSMETIC FILLERS
Combined Surgical Rhinoplasty and Cosmetic Fillers – In many cases, Juvederm and Restylane may be used to enhance the improvements made by surgery, especially at the tip of the nose
It is the surgeon’s goal in performing rhinoplasty, or cosmetic nose surgery, to achieve the most natural look for your face structure by ensuring aesthetic blending with your other facial features. Ultimately, consulting with your surgeon about the look you want to achieve — discussing your likes and dislikes prior to scheduling the surgery, will give you the best scenario for your personalized procedure.
While applying your make-up, you’ve noticed that the skin has become loose, making it difficult to put on your eye-shadow and your eyelids seem droopy, tired looking.
Many aging adults deal with this daily. It’s not necessary to continue with this frustration, especially if your droopy eyelids seem to actually get in the way of little things, such as being able to wear contact lenses or eyeglasses.