New York's Nose Surgery Experts

Nose surgery, also known as rhinoplasty, encompasses several procedures that serve both aesthetic and reconstructive purposes.

Rhinoplasty can improve both the appearance and function of the nose. With a personalized approach and advanced techniques, rhinoplasty can correct a deviated septum, improve breathing, remove a dorsal hump, narrow the bridge and base of the nose, reshape the nostrils, refine the nasal tip, enhance the transition between the nose and upper lip, straighten a crooked nose, correct asymmetry, and decrease the size of the nose for balance with other facial features.

Our plastic surgeons can customize your rhinoplasty to your unique functional and cosmetic needs.

New York Nose Surgery

Types of Nose Surgery

While surgery involving the nose typically referred to as rhinoplasty, there are actually various types of nasal surgery. These can include rhinoplasty, septoplasty, and turbinoplasty.

Rhinoplasty is a cosmetic procedure that improves the shape and size of the nose.

Septoplasty, on the other hand, is a functional procedure that corrects a deviated septum.

Turbinoplasty reduces the size of the nasal turbinates to alleviate nasal obstruction.

Our skilled and experienced plastic surgeons can help determine which type of nasal surgery is best suited for each individual patient.

Who Might Benefit From Nose Surgery?

While it's important to note that the results of rhinoplasty can vary depending on each individual's unique circumstances. It's important to discuss your goals and expectations with a qualified plastic surgeon to determine if rhinoplasty is right for you. That said, there are several potential benefits of rhinoplasty.

  1. Improved appearance: Rhinoplasty can enhance the size, shape, and symmetry of the nose, creating a more balanced and harmonious facial appearance.
  2. Improved self-confidence: Many people feel self-conscious about the appearance of their nose, and rhinoplasty can help improve their self-image and self-esteem.
  3. Improved breathing: Rhinoplasty can also be performed to correct structural abnormalities that may be causing breathing problems, such as a deviated septum.
  4. Correction of birth defects or trauma: Rhinoplasty can correct congenital defects or damage caused by accidents or injuries.
  5. Long-lasting results: Rhinoplasty results are typically permanent, so patients can enjoy the benefits of the procedure for many years to come.