Rhinoplasty (nose job) surgery

Rhinoplasty (nose job) surgery

A surgical operation called rhinoplasty, commonly referred to as nose reshaping or a “nose job,” can change the size, shape, and appearance of the nose. In his Seattle-based practice, Dr Joseph Shvidler often conducts this procedure.
Through rhinoplasty, the nose and its underlying structure can be made better in many ways, such as:
At the end of the nose
Boxy Tip, Bulbous Tip Droopy Tip
Dorsal Hump Breathing Issues Reduced
Divergent Septum
Open rhinoplasty and endonasal, or closed, rhinoplasty are the two types of rhinoplasty that we offer. In order to have a clear view of and access to the nasal tissues beneath the skin, Dr Joseph Shvidler likes to conduct open rhinoplasty. This is the technique he recommends for the best rhinoplasty outcomes
This method is recommended because it enables Dr Joseph Shvidler to conduct the rhinoplasty with a lot more attention and accuracy, resulting in better outcomes and patient satisfaction. According to Dr Joseph Shvidler , open rhinoplasty offers the best chance for both subtle and significant modifications to the nose.

Contemporary rhinoplasty

A prevalent misunderstanding regarding rhinoplasty is that it will result in a nose that resembles anyone else’s who has had the procedure performed by the same surgeon. Even the top doctors did not have the same variety of rhinoplasty surgical techniques in the past, so they invented their own methods that frequently produced noses that looked similar.
Since then, cosmetic surgeons have received training in a far wider range of procedures to handle each patient as an entirely individual case with a personalized course of treatment and rhinoplasty surgery based on their particular traits. The greatest rhinoplasty today produces a natural-looking outcome.
Dr Joseph Shvidler has long advocated for improving the practice of rhinoplasty.

The complexity of rhinoplasty

Dr Joseph Shvidler wants to emphasize that rhinoplasty is one of the most challenging plastic surgery operations to do with consistently outstanding outcomes. One millimeter can make the difference between a successful rhinoplasty and a failed one. The best rhinoplasty surgeons have both great surgical skills and a great eye for beauty.
Although there are numerous doctors that perform rhinoplasty in Seattle, it is important to keep in mind that any doctor can legally attempt to conduct a nose operation, regardless of training. As a result, you should choose your plastic surgeon extremely carefully. Make sure they have board certification, and do a lot of research on them.
Additional rhinoplasty
Dr Joseph Shvidler sees up to 50% of patients for secondary or revision nose jobs procedures to fix errors and abnormalities that occurred during their initial or main rhinoplasty. A secondary rhinoplasty is a very challenging and complex treatment due to the complex nature of the components inside the nose. A rhinoplasty that won’t need to be repeated is the best kind.
After the second or third revision, there is very little likelihood of getting the desired results. You can’t say enough about how important it is to find the right rhinoplasty surgeon and make sure the procedure is done right the first time.
Rhinoplasty at Various Ages
Our faces vary in shape as we get older, and the nose is no exception. Treatment for the effects of aging on our noses is not the same as using rhinoplasty to change the nose of a younger person.
This illustration of the nose’s aging process, which was exaggerated, is taken from the Rhinoplasty Book. One of the many features that give a person a youthful appearance when they are younger is their nose, which has a small upward bend. The nose turns down as we age and appears to grow larger in comparison to the rest of the face.


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    Seattle Nose Surgeon ®
    William Portuese MD
    Joseph Shvidler MD

    Seattle, Washington 98104

    (206) 624-6200

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