Monday, February 23, 2009

Problem Nose? Try Rhinoplasty and Boost Your Confidence

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Nose Enhancement

Not all of us are blessed with a beautiful, high aquiline, well-contoured nose. Others don’t like how they look. For some, it disrupts their breathing and medical process to correct the problem is necessary. Thanks to the advancement of medical technology, having that nose you’ve ever dreamed of is now possible. However, taking yourself under the knife is a risky procedure. It is necessary that you choose a doctor who has specialized and has a proven track record to do the operation.

What is Rhinoplasty ?

Rhinoplasty as Wikipedia describes it is a surgical procedure which is usually performed by either an otolaryngologist, oral surgeon, or plastic surgeon in order to improve the function (reconstructive surgery) and/or the appearance (cosmetic surgery) of a person's nose. It is also commonly called a "nose reshaping" or "nose job". This process can be performed to meet aesthetic goals or for reconstructive purposes to correct trauma, birth defects or breathing problems.

The process can be to reshape the nose either reduce or increase its size, to remove a bump on top of it or to narrow the span of the nostrils to correct breathing, to change the shape of the tip or the bridge, to name a few reasons why someone undergo this process.

There are two types of Rhinoplasty, the surgical and non-surgical. Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty is for nasal reconstruction procedure without the incisions or longer recovery periods. This process lessens the risk for complications. This process involves injecting only into the nasal regions.

Ethnic Rhinoplasty comes in when we deal with people from different backgrounds. People from different races have different unique nasal characteristics. People of specific ethnicity wants to retain their characteristics but at the same time improve the appearance of their nose. This is usually taken into consideration of the attending doctor.

Are you in search of a doctor specializing in this area? Dr. Babak Azzizadeh and The Institute for Rhinoplasty and Nasal Reconstruction can be of great assistance.

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