NJ Rhinoplasty | New Jersey Nose Job
Today’s rhinoplasty, or “nosejob” surgery as it is commonly called, is more predictable and more exact than it has been in years past. However, this surgery is one of the most difficult of all cosmetic surgeries to perform, so it is imperative that you choose a New Jersey surgeon who does not simply “dabble” in Rhinoplasty surgery but is rather a master at the art. It takes technical skill and years of experience not to mention favorable tissue and structure – to create a natural looking and flattering nose. State-of-the-art New Jersey nose job can greatly transform your looks, but it is important to maintain a sense of reality. The basic architecture of the nose must be preserved; also one nose does not fit all. Your friend’s “perfect nose” may not be perfect for your face or your features. A qualified surgeon will work with you to determine your best options based upon your facial bone and cartilage structure. Dr. Rosenberg’s strong preference in Rhinoplasty is to perform the surgery through an “open technique”, which affords better symmetry and allows him to contour the entire tip far more precisely than would be possible in a closed technique, which is the overall preference of ear, nose and throat doctors, who sometimes perform Rhinoplasty in their practice.
The goal of NJ Rhinoplasty should be to accentuate facial conformity and realign the proportions of your nose. The surgery is also widely used to correct flawed breathing caused by structural defects in the nose. Rhinoplasty surgery can alter nose size, nose width at the bridge or the size and placement of the nostrils. Visible bumps or depressions can be corrected; and the nose tip reshaped. Although the goal is to create facial symmetry and proper proportion, every face is asymmetric to some degree, so your expectation should be realistic.
Revision surgery is most often useful to rectify a minor imperfection, but the risks inherent in complex revision Rhinoplasty should only be contemplated for reasons of providing remedy for a misshapen or improperly breathing nose. Revision Rhinoplasty is appreciably more difficult, more expensive and more invasive a first-time (primary) Rhinoplasty . In order to reconstruct a severely distorted nose following a previous attempt at New Jersey Rhinoplasty or to improve breathing, sometimes cartilage grafting is necessary to rebuild the supportive structures of the entire nose or just part of it. This is very challenging surgery and is Dr. Rosenberg’s as well as Dr. Morin’s favorite procedure to perform. As with any elective surgery, it is important to enter into the process with realistic and healthy expectations, so as to make wise and informed decisions. Dr. Rosenberg and Dr. Morin at Palisade Plastic Surgery Associates in Fort Lee, NJ will consult with you to learn your desires, discuss your goals and intentions and be with you every step of the way. Your satisfaction with your new look is of utmost importance, but so is your ability to breath and to get a good night’s sleep. Don’t trust it to just anyone, trust the professionals at Palisade Plastic Surgery Associates.