There are countless numbers of plastic surgery procedures done each year in the United States alone. Of these procedures, Rhinoplasty (referred colloquially as a Nose Job), is among the five most popular plastic surgery procedures performed. The nose is the central focus of the face. It sets the balance of your facial appearance, setting off all of your other features. There are many different sizes and shapes of people’s noses, and genetic factors play a huge role in how your nose develops. Many people find that they are unhappy with the size, shape, and/or appearance of their nose, and they choose to have Rhinoplasty done.
Rhinoplasty is a nose reshaping surgical procedure done as an outpatient procedure, which can also be done alongside other facial procedures. This surgery offers an effective and permanent solution for creating a nose that fits a patient’s face. Rhinoplasty can also be done to correct breathing problems by correcting structural defects in the nose.
There are different aspects of the nose that are taken into consideration when a patient wants to undergo Rhinoplasty. The shape of the nose, its protrusion from the face, the profile of the nose, the cartilage between the nostrils, and the width of the nasal bone are the most common factors that determine how a nose appears on a person’s face. All of these issues can be addressed with Rhinoplasty, either with nose size reduction, reshaping, or an implant if the nose is too small for the face.
Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones of Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists is the trusted leader in Rhinoplasty. He earned his double board certification by The American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose & Throat), making him one of the few cosmetic surgeons who is able to both correct structural issues as well as use an artistic eye to create balance and beauty in the facial appearance.
If you are unhappy with the appearance of your nose, please contact Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists today. We will schedule a consultation with Dr. Jones, where you will be able to review your goals and recommended treatment.