Nose Job: Nose Reshaping with Rhinoplasty
Anyone who is self-conscious about his or her nose will find that rhinoplasty surgery in New Jersey with Dr. Ganchi offers a newfound aura of confidence. The procedure can significantly enhance an individual’s facial appearance by creating a more balanced nose and enhanced profile. A nose reshaping procedure is completely customized to uniquely complement each individual’s face, whether your desire is to remove a bump, taper a tip, or build up nasal depressions. After a careful analysis of your concerns and medical history, Dr. Ganchi will help you decide if rhinoplasty can give you the results you desire.
How is nose reshaping performed?
Rhinoplasty (nose job or nose reshaping ) can be performed on any part of the nose to increase or reduce size, to modify the nostrils, tip or bridge size and shape, or alter the slope or angle of the nose. It can also help correct an injury, birth defect, or improve breathing.
Your rhinoplasty procedure will be planned and tailored to match your individual needs, so you can achieve the most natural appearance. Typically, the skin of the nose is cut and lifted away from the bone cartilage framework from beneath, then shaped and sculpted to obtain optimum results. The incisions are most often placed inside the nose and hidden from view. When the surgery is complete, a splint may be applied to help your nose maintain its new shape. Some bruising and swelling can be expected following surgery, but applying ice and taking a mild pain reliever can offer effective relief. Keeping your head elevated and relaxing in bed is recommended for the first 24 hours following surgery.
Who is the best candidate for a nose job?
Rhinoplasty is a procedure in which the nasal bones or cartilage are reshaped into a more pleasing and graceful contour that will complement your other facial features. Most patients undergo rhinoplasty surgery to enhance their appearance and self-confidence by correcting a nose that is too large, out of proportion, crooked or injured.
Good candidates for nose reshaping surgery are people who are finished growing, in good health, and unhappy with the current size, shape or appearance of their nose. It’s also important to have realistic expectations of what rhinoplasty can do for you.
What are the risks of rhinoplasty?
Any surgical procedure comes with inherent risks, such as the effects of anesthesia, infection, bleeding, swelling, and discomfort. These and other complications rarely occur and can usually be avoided. Double board certified Dr. Ganchi, Jersey with double board certified surgeon Dr. Ganchi will discuss the risks with you thoroughly during your consultation.
Rhinoplasty recovery time
Some bruising and swelling are expected for the first few weeks. An external dressing is usually worn for the first week. Once removed, camouflage makeup can be used if needed and you can usually return to work shortly thereafter. Over the next several months, there will be a subtle but ongoing remodeling process as your nose becomes more sculpted and refined.
If you are one of the many people who have gone through life self-conscious about the appearance of your nose let Dr. Ganchi, one of the best rhinoplasty surgeons in NJ, help find the perfect solution for you.
Even the slightest alteration to a person’s nose can make a dramatic difference. The primary goal of a nose job is to create facial harmony, so is in perfect proportion to the face.
Where will my Rhinoplasty be performed?
All rhinoplasty surgeries are performed at Ganchi Plastic Surgery Center. Our Plastic Surgery Clinic is located in Wayne, New Jersey, where we welcome local and out of town guests for consultations and the best nose job in New Jersey.
Imagine a more beautiful you.
Rhinoplasty surgery in Dr. Ganchi’s modern New Jersey clinic is but one of the many treatments he offers to renew your appearance. Please ask us about other procedures to refresh and renew your natural beauty or click here to see a brief list of procedures we offer.
NOTE: Only a licensed professional with the knowledge and skill required to achieve optimum results should perform rhinoplasty surgery. Look for a plastic surgeon who is board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and who has completed his training at some of the top plastic surgery institutions. Give our office a call to schedule a consultation.
Dr. Ganchi provides the best Rhinoplasty in New Jersey. In this video he discusses how he addresses both cosmetic and functional concerns of a nose job.
Rhinoplasty is one of our most popular procedures and it’s one that has to be extremely customized. We know that literally any shape or size of nose can exist. You need to address it not only to make the nose look better, but to make it fit their face. This is a really important thing and you don’t want to just do the same thing on everybody where they all have the same nose. You want to look at their nose to make certain it looks nice, but also look at their whole face to make sure that this fits their face, their ethnicity, the rest of their jaw, the jaw structure and the features that makes them either a man or a woman.
There are different cosmetic complaints. Having a bump on the nose, that’s really common. Having the tip be either too thick, too long, or drooping down. Those often can be done together. Maybe the nose is too wide. Those are very common complaints. Sometimes there are ethnic issues, like maybe the nose is too wide or too flat. You have to look at that too and treat them a little differently than the ones that come in for the opposite thing.
Rhinoplasty patients come in for two main reasons. They don’t like the look of their nose, but also there could be something functional. Maybe they can’t breathe or maybe their septum is deviated. Those two things really go ahead in hand. You can’t operate on the nose and not care about their breathing. If their septum is bothering them we have to look at that – and so first of all you could have a deviated septum, but maybe that’s not really causing any problems. You don’t just operate just because it’s there. We try to make sure that the deviated septum is actually causing a breathing problem. A lot of people have had their septum operated on with no result because it wasn’t the cause of the problem. Just because it’s deviated doesn’t mean it has to be fixed, so we always make sure that the deviation is actually causing trouble. If this is at the same time as a rhinoplasty we can also address the septum.
Not only can the septum cause breathing trouble, but it can cause their nose to be crooked. We have to address the septum that way too. So it’s a combination of the aesthetics and making sure that it works great for you.