Being in the center of your face, your nose is your most prominent feature. If its shape is out of proportion, it can dominate the face. For this reason, rhinoplasty is one of the most common cosmetic surgical procedures. Impaired breathing is another reason to surgically alter the structure of your nose.
When most people consider rhinoplasty, they think, “She’s going to break my nose.” However, with my tools and precision, I am able to move the bone in a specific, controlled way. So, think of it as shaping a diamond instead of cracking a walnut!
During rhinoplasty, I can make a wide nose narrower, widen a narrow nose, straighten a crooked nose, reshape the tip, remove a hump, and improve the angle between the nose and upper lip. In repairing the physical attributes with rhinoplasty, I can also improve breathing issues. I am uniquely trained in functional nasal surgery, including septal perforation repair, septoplasty, reduction of inferior turbinates, and reconstructive procedures to improve breathing.
Your rhinoplasty will be carefully planned so you can have a nose that achieves your aesthetic goals, balances well with your features, and allows you to breathe well.