The scary stories you read Googling “nose job news” can be scary if you’re thinking of getting a nose job. Most people who get rhinoplasties are satisfied with them, and very few nose jobs have to be redone — but those are the ones that make the news. This isn’t always the surgeon’s fault. If you’re…

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Helping a teen who wants rhinoplasty Teens are usually more sensitive about their looks than adults are, and more vulnerable to the judgment of other teens where their looks are concerned. A teen with an unpleasantly conspicuous nose won’t want to wait for adulthood to have it changed. This doesn’t even get into the possible…

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Quality is worth it If you need rhinoplasty in Charlotte NC, it makes sense to pay for the most experienced surgeon you can find. The cost of a nose job includes the operating room fee, surgeon’s fee and anesthesiologist fee. None of these are things you want to cut corners on, so be suspicious of…

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What the surgeon can do To perform cosmetic surgery on the nose, a surgeon must be able to look your face and determine what sort of nose would work. The modern surgeon understands that no two faces are alike. Of course, there are a few general principles that apply. A symmetrical face is almost universally…

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Preparing for surgery To make sure you get the best nose job available, there are two things you need to do first: find the best surgeon you can, and make sure you’re on the same page with him or her regarding what you want. Here are some steps you can take to prepare for surgery:…

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Rhinoplasty usually works All we ask of a nose, besides the ability to smell, is that it complement the other features of the face. An oversized or misshapen nose calls attention to itself at the expense of the face, even if it’s the result of a bad nose job. This isn’t usually a problem. According…

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A history of rhinoplasty Rhinoplasty dates back to ancient Egypt and the Roman Empire, and in ancient India a surgeon named Sushruta used skin from foreheads to rebuild noses. The method of sewing skin from elsewhere onto the nose was also used in 16th-century Europe. In that case, it was the arm that provided the…

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Recovery from rhinoplasty If you’re planning on getting a nose job, a lot depends on what happens during the recovery, so be prepared. To begin with, you’ll be completely unconscious for the procedure and you’ll need someone to drive you home afterward. Recovery  might not hurt much, or it might hurt a lot — and…

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Every nose job is different In 2014, 150,000 people had rhinoplasty done. Common reasons for rhinoplasty are to shrink a nasal hump, change the size of the tip of the nose or the direction it points in, or straighten a deviated septum — but every case starts with a unique nose and ends when the…

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Nose jobs have a very good track record According to a study published in JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery, about one in thirty rhinoplasties need revision, and according to realself.com, 89% of the people who rated their nose jobs in the last two years said that they were worth it. Considering that over 100,000 in America…

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