Rhinoplasty DallasIf you haven’t already learned through your online research, you should know that rhinoplasty is one of the most common elective plastic surgery procedures not only performed in Dallas, but throughout the United States. And in fact, it’s performed for so many different reasons – from elongated noses to reducing the size of nostrils to functional rhinoplasty – that no two patients have the same treatment plan for their surgery.

Still, the idea of having one’s nose worked on can be a little anxiety producing to some patients- especially since the nose is not only such a prominent facial feature but so important for breathing. During his consultations with potential patients, Dr. Bassichis is often asked how a patient’s nose will be molded during rhinoplasty surgery. The answer – it all depends on what you are trying to achieve.

Nose Modeling for Removing a Nasal Hump

Some Dallas residents seek out Dr. Bassichis’ skill and experience because they have an unwanted nasal hump. Whether they don’t like the way it makes them look head-on, or they dislike their facial profile, these patients simply want their nasal hump gone.

Molding the nose for removing a nasal hump is a very unique process. First, Dr. Bassichis gently shaves the hump down, making it unrecognizable. Then he performs a procedure called lateral osteoplasty – also known as breaking the nasal bone – so that the exposed open roof from shaving the nasal hump down can heal.

Molding Your Nose to Improve the Look of Your Nasal Tip

The nasal tip is an important feature of your nose, and some patients are unhappy with the way their nasal tips naturally looks. Rhinoplasty can surgically change this. Depending on the look you are trying to achieve, Dr. Bassichis may lift your nasal tip, round it out, or narrow it.

Slimming Down a Wide Nose

Sometimes, Dallas residents feel their nose is just too wide for their other facial features, and they want it to be surgically corrected so that it’s more narrow and proportionate with the rest of their face. In this case, Dr. Bassichis will perform a procedure called alar baser reduction, which means that he narrows down wide nostrils by removing tissue in between them. Next, he breaks wide nasal bones, if present, to make them appear more narrow. Finally, depending on your desired goals, Dr. Bassichis may even extend the nose to give it a narrower appearance.

The Many Ways a Nose Can be Molded During Rhinoplasty

As you can see, since there are so many different things rhinoplasty can address, there’s no one way a nose is modeled for the surgery. It all depends on the aesthetic goals you are trying to accomplish. If you have questions about the molding and surgical techniques that will be used during your nose job, just ask. Dr. Bassichis will be happy to explain them to you so that you are fully informed about your upcoming procedure.

Contact Us Today to Schedule A Rhinoplasty Consultation

Regardless of your idea of an optimal nose, Dr. Bassichis can help. Call our Dallas office today to schedule a rhinoplasty consultation at (972) 774-1777.

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Rhinoplasty Surgery DallasAll Dallas residents decide to see Dr. Bassichis at Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery for rhinoplasty surgery for different reasons. But among the most common is the desire to remove a nasal hump. This bulge on the nose can affect your facial look, not only straight on but your profile as well. Luckily, there are rhinoplasty surgery techniques designed to address this exact issue.

How Dr. Bassichis Removes a Nasal Hump

All rhinoplasty surgeries are different, so the techniques employed for your surgery will be different than those of other patients. If you’re coming to Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery to have a nasal hump removed, Dr. Bassichis’ first step will be to gently shave the nasal hump down. Not only does this remove the hump, but it also gives you a more aesthetically pleasing look and profile.

After the nasal hump is shaved down during rhinoplasty surgery, Dr. Bassichis will perform a procedure called lateral osteotomy – also known as breaking the nose. While some patients are surprised to learn their nose must be broken to remove a nasal hump, it is actually necessary. Breaking the nose allows for the nose to narrow the nasal bone, thus closing up the open roof that is usually left when a nasal hump is shaved down.

Candidates for Rhinoplasty Surgery

While rhinoplasty is one of the most common plastic surgery procedures performed in Dallas and throughout the US, Dr. Bassichis has strict requirements to ensure his potential patients are healthy enough to undergo this elective plastic surgery procedure. They include:

  • Providing all your medical records
  • Being in good general mental health
  • Being in good overall physical health
  • Passing a pre-op exam from your general practitioner before surgery day

The Benefits of Working with Dr. Bassichis for Rhinoplasty Surgery

Not only does Dr. Bassichis exclusively focus on facial plastic surgeries, but he is also one of the best facial plastic surgeons in the Dallas area. A double board certified surgeon, Dr. Bassichis has the experience, skill, and technique to help you achieve the nose look you desire.*

Schedule a Rhinoplasty Surgery Consultation at Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery Today

At Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery, we want to help you put your best face forward. For some patients, that includes considering rhinoplasty to remove an unwanted nasal hump. We understand! We know you want the facial look and profile that gives you the most confidence.

When you come in for a consultation with Dr. Bassichis, he will fully listen to your problem areas, perform a complete examination of your nose, come up with a personalized treatment plan for you, and explain the type of results you may be able to expect.* It’s worthwhile to trust Dr. Bassichis for rhinoplasty surgery due to his experience and his great patient rapport.

Scheduling an initial consultation for rhinoplasty surgery at Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery is easy. Simply call our Dallas office today to schedule an appointment convenient for you at (972) 774-1777.

*Individual results may vary.

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Rhinoplasty DallasAsk Dr. Bassichis about rhinoplasty surgery, and he’ll tell you the truth – no two rhinoplasty surgeries are alike. Many Dallas men and women seek out his skill to address a variety of issues of the nose, whether they be cosmetic or functional, meaning they are issues that interfere with breathing.

Commonly, patients visit Dr. Bassichis for an initial rhinoplasty surgery consultation to ask if the surgery can address their nostrils, often desiring to make them smaller when potential patients feel their nostrils are too wide. This is definitely something that Dr. Bassichis can address with this elective plastic surgery procedure.

Reducing Nostril Size with Rhinoplasty Surgery

While you may think that reducing the size of wide nostrils is a relatively easy procedure, it’s actually something that requires a careful patient evaluation, an individualized treatment plan, and a lot of skill and technique.

Dr. Bassichis’ Approach to Reducing Nostril Size

While Dr. Bassichis understands that Dallas residents with wide nostrils may want to significantly reduce them, he cautions them to be conservative with their goals. That’s because flaring nostrils are a common facial expression, and you don’t want to lose normal facial expressions and functionality just because you’ve had plastic surgery. You want your results to look natural, and make you look like the best version of you. That’s why Dr. Bassichis works so hard on compiling an individual treatment plan for you and explaining what you might expect your results to look like.

The Actual Surgery

During your nostril reduction rhinoplasty surgery, Dr. Bassichis will create an incision in the crease of the nose – where your nostrils meet your cheeks. From here, he’ll remove a wedge of the nostril wall. The incision will then be sutured (stitched up). Depending on your desired results that you have pre-communicated with Dr. Bassichis, your incision shape may be:

  • Triangular
  • Rectangular
  • Diamond-Shaped

Typically, your nostril reduction rhinoplasty incision is hidden in the crease of your nose so that you won’t have any obvious scars. Nostril reduction may also make your nose appear smaller and narrower.*

Your Recovery Process

All surgeries have a recovery process, and rhinoplasty surgery is no different. Usually, when you get your nostrils reduced, you’ll return to Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery Center to have your stitches removed. You’ll likely experience redness in the treatment area for the first two weeks post-op, as well as swelling for the first three weeks after your surgery. This is normal and to be expected. You can resume your normal day-to-day activities the day after your nose reduction rhinoplasty surgery, though many Dallas patients prefer to take two weeks off from social activities, including work or school, while they recover.

Schedule Your Nostril Reduction Rhinoplasty Surgery Consultation Today

If you’re uncomfortable with the size of your nostrils, Dr. Bassichis of Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery Center can help! Schedule an appointment to meet him today for an initial consultation to discuss how you can get the nose of your dreams.

The appointment can be made by contacting his office in Dallas at (972) 774-1777.

*Individual results may vary

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  1. Consider How Much Time You’re Going to Take off from Work, School, or Other Social Activities

With rhinoplasty surgery, Dallas patients are able to resume their normal work, school or social activities the day after their outpatient procedure. Still, some prefer to stay indoors while they heal. Consider how long you’d like to stay home to recover. Most people who stay home do so for about 2 weeks.

  1. Be Prepared for Some Post Surgery Bruising and Swelling

Whether you’re having a nasal hump removed or your nose narrowed, rhinoplasty surgery is going to cause bruising and swelling in Dallas patients. This is completely normal and to be expected. This is also why some people decide to take a few weeks off from work, school or social activities while they heal.

  1. Remember, you May Not See Your Final Results for Up to 12-15 Months

We know you want your new nose now, but that’s just not how rhinoplasty surgery works. Depending on the specific procedures you’re having performed, it may take as long as 12 to 15 months for you to see your final, post-op results.

  1. Abstain from Exercising for 3-4 Weeks

Whenever you have a surgery, you need to take it easy for a while to recover. This is even true with rhinoplasty surgery, which only addresses your nose. Don’t hit your favorite area gym for at least 3 to 4 weeks after your procedure.

  1. Be Prepared for Your Post Rhinoplasty Surgery Look

Most Dallas patients report they aren’t in a significant amount of pain after their rhinoplasty surgery. However, it is normal to feel some stiffness, bruising and swelling the first few days after your surgery. Some patients, depending on the exact techniques performed, will also have internal nasal splints.

  1. Keep in Mind Some Discomfort is Normal After Rhinoplasty Surgery

No surgery is ever 100% comfortable. The same goes for rhinoplasty surgery. You can expect some minor discomfort after your elective plastic surgery procedure, including swelling and bruising around the face and eyes. Some patients will also experience slight bleeding from their nostrils. All of these side effects are completely normal and to be expected.

  1. Make Sure to Keep Your Post-Op Visits

It’s never a good idea to skip out on a post-op visit, especially not your first one where stitches might be removed. Keep all your post-op visits, and if you have to reschedule at the last minute, do so for as soon as possible.

  1. Your New Nose My Not Look “Normal” At First

Remember, it’s going to take a while for your new nose to appear. While most patients experience a significant reduction in swelling within the first 4-6 weeks after surgery, it may take up to 15 months to see your final results.

  1. Remember, Dr. Bassichis Performs Several Rhinoplasty Surgeries on Many Patients Every Year

If you’re looking for a great Dallas are rhinoplasty surgeon, you can’t do any better than Dr. Bassichis. He has years of experience and performs the surgery on a frequent basis.

  1. Sometimes, a Revision Surgery is Necessary

Even the best surgeons may find that two surgeries are necessary to get your ideal results. Keep in mind that when it comes to operating on the nose, it may be best for your overall look and health to have a revision surgery to get the results you desire.*

Schedule Your Rhinoplasty Surgery with Dr. Bassichis Today

If you’re ready for a new nose, then let’s get the ball rolling.

Call Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery Center at their office in Dallas to schedule a consultation with Dr. Bassichis at (972) 774-1777.

*Individual results may vary 

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Rhinoplasty DallasAll plastic surgeons, especially Dallas facial plastic surgeon Dr. Bassichis, will tell you that no two rhinoplasty surgeries are the same. Everyone who desires a nose job has a different type of natural nose, and different problem area they would like to address. That’s why the surgery is so unique! Here are three of the most common reasons why you may consider getting a nose job.

  1. You Want to Remove a Nasal Hump

Many Dallas residents with a nasal hump on their nose find this natural facial features unattractive. Whether they dislike the way they look head-on or are unhappy with their facial profile, they just want this nasal hump gone for good. Rhinoplasty can help.

To remove an unwanted nasal hump, Dr. Bassichis gently shaves the nasal hump down. After that, he performs a procedure called lateral osteotomy, which is the medical term for breaking your nose. While this may sound like a harsh technique, it is needed when removing a nasal hump so that the nasal bone can narrow, as well as close the open roof that is usually created when a nasal hump is shaved down.

  1. You Have a Naturally Short Nose

Some Dallas residents choose rhinoplasty because they feel their noses are too short for their face. It’s actually a very common reason that patients come to Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery Center for a nose job. Depending on your unique situation, Dr. Bassichis can perform one of the following techniques to elongate your nose:

  • Radix Grafting

The radix is the upper part of the nose. Depending on your natural nose shape, Dr. Bassichis may choose radix grafting to add more cartilage at the top of your nose, allowing it to “start” higher up your face, giving you the longer nose shape you desire.

  • Caudal Septal Extension Grafting

Sometimes, patients’ noses only look short because their nasal tips are upturned. In this case, Dr. Bassichis can add cartilage to the tip of your nose, making your nose look longer.

  • Extended Spreader Grafts

Sometimes the space between the septum and lateral cartilage need to be extended. If this is the case for you, Dr. Bassichis will use extended spreader grafts, which are harvested pieces of cartilage, to make your nose longer.

  1. You Have a Breathing Issue and Desire Functional Rhinoplasty

Some Dallas residents come to Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery Center desiring rhinoplasty, not for a cosmetic reason, but a functional reason. This is common amongst patients who have difficulty breathing. Reasons for functional rhinoplasty include:

  • Chronic nasal congestion that isn’t resolved with medications
  • Breathing through the mouth constantly, especially at night
  • Frequently having dry mouth
  • A noticeably reduced sense of smell
  • Frequent, unexplained nosebleeds
  • Repeated sinus infections or headaches with no known medical cause
  • Eustachian tube dysfunction
  • Insomnia

Schedule a Rhinoplasty Consultation Today

These examples are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to why patients choose to have rhinoplasty. Whether you don’t like the aesthetic look of your nose or think you have a functional issue that could be resolved surgically, Dr. Bassichis would love to consult with you.

To schedule an initial appointment, call our office in Dallas today at (972) 774-1777.

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Creating the right proportion to balance facial features is the focal point of any rhinoplasty. Dallas patients with a bulbous nose often want to achieve this by:

  • Reducing the width of their nose.
  • Shaping the tip of their nose.
  • Extending the tip of their nose.

In some cases, even a slight change can drastically improve your nose and the overall appearance of your face. Your facial plastic surgeon will review possible treatment options and guide you through a consultation to determine the best approach to your rhinoplasty.

How Will Rhinoplasty Fix My Bulbous Nose?

The tip of your nose is made of cartilage, tissue, and skin. Dallas patients who want to fix the bulbous tip of their nose can have a number of different procedures depending on the:

  • Desired result: Shape, size, and width of your nose.
  • Overall appearance: Your nose should strengthen and enhance other facial features. The optimal size will vary based on the patient.
  • Problem addressed: Having a bulbous nasal tip can mean a variety of things. Each patient will require a unique approach that suits the individual situation.

During a consultation, you will have the opportunity to discuss your concerns and receive answers to questions that you have about your rhinoplasty. You should always go in for a consultation before deciding on the facial plastic surgeon that’s right for you.

Our Approach

The techniques we use at Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery Center are tailored to each patient’s needs. Cartilage can be added for patients who feel that their noses are too flat. Excess tissue can be removed from the nose if a patient finds a nose is too wide. We encourage you to come in for a consultation to find out more about how we can help you.

To schedule your rhinoplasty consultation, call our Dallas office at 972.774.1777.

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Rhinoplasty, or nasal surgery, involves reshaping the nose for either functional or cosmetic reasons. After surgery, most Dallas patients will need to wear a nasal splint and dressing to keep their nose in the right position for healing.

The Effect of Your Nasal Dressings on Sleeping Position

Dallas patients who undergo rhinoplasty often ask if a certain sleeping position will affect their result out of fear of jeopardizing their results. While it does help you to some extent, there is no evidence that changing position will affect your outcome. At least, not noticeably.

It Helps to Sleep on Your Back

Sleeping with your head propped up on pillows can help reduce swelling and relieve any congestion that you’re experiencing after rhinoplasty surgery. Most patients benefit from sleeping on their backs because they breathe better – similar to the way that it helps to prop yourself up with pillows when you have a cold. Sleeping propped up also prevents blood from collecting and causing your nose to bruise and swell.

If You Roll Over Your Rhinoplasty Results Will Not be Ruined

The point of a surgical dressing and nasal splint after rhinoplasty is to protect your nose from shifting while it heals. While you may feel uncomfortable if you turn to your side or stomach while you sleep, it is very unlikely to affect the results of your rhinoplasty. Even if you wake up with your nose pressed against the pillow.

The only downside is that you may experience more swelling and bruising, and more discomfort, as you heal. So when you go to sleep, try to stay on your back but don’t worry if you wake up in a different position.

To schedule your rhinoplasty consultation, call our Dallas office at 972.774.1777.

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Rhinoplasty is one of the most common procedures for teenagers. A safe and effective way to permanently reshape the nose, adolescents as young as 15 or 16 can safely undergo rhinoplasty. The reason for this age limitation is simple: that’s when your nose stops growing.

Can Older Patients Get Rhinoplasty?

Although it is common for older teenagers to undergo rhinoplasty, anyone can get this procedure as long as they are in good health. Dallas patients come in for a variety of reasons, including:

  • Facial trauma. Getting hit by an object or a car accident are two of the main causes of nasal trauma. The nose can break with relatively little force and may look differently after healing.
  • Treatment for deviated septum. Patients with a deviated septum may not experience relief with oral medication or nasal sprays. Over time, breathing problems can worsen and require a septoplasty to center the septum.
  • Changes related to aging. Like other parts of the body, your nose changes shape as you age. Large pores, age spots, and a drooping tip are all telltale signs of aging.

Dr. Bassichis is double board-certified as both a facial plastic surgeon and otolaryngologist (ear, nose, and throat doctor) with years of experience performing rhinoplasty, septoplasty, and combined procedures. He approaches each nasal surgery from an aesthetic and functional perspective to improve aesthetic appearance and breathing when needed.

Rhinoplasty for Aging Nose

It’s normal for your nose to droop and develop age spots as you grow older. What surprises many older Dallas patients is how much lifting the nasal tip can change their appearance. By raising a droopy tip, injecting fat or filler into the nose, and performing laser treatments, patients can rejuvenate their face and help balance other features.

To schedule your rhinoplasty consultation with Dr. Bassichis, call our Dallas office at 972.774.1777.

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Ask any facial plastic surgeon, like Dallas surgeon Dr. Bassichis, who is double boarded in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery as well as Otorhinolaryngology (Ear Nose and Throat Surgery), and he will tell you that rhinoplasty surgery, or a nose job, varies greatly from patient to patient. In fact, most doctors will tell you, of all their hundreds or thousands of nose job patients, they’ve never done the exact same rhinoplasty surgery twice. So, the answer to “Is it necessary to reshape or break the nasal bone during rhinoplasty surgery?” all depends on what type of rhinoplasty surgery you are having, and what type of results are you expecting.

What is Rhinoplasty Surgery?

Rhinoplasty surgery, or a nose job, is typically a cosmetic procedure to change the appearance of the nose. Many people undergo rhinoplasty surgery to narrow or widen a nose, remove a nasal hump or fix a crooked nose. But, there may be functional reasons to undergo rhinoplasty surgery, too. Patients in Dallas with a deviated septum, or who are chronically stuffy, have severe nasal drip, have a birth defect or have suffered nasal trauma in the past and have breathing troubles, may elect to have functional nasal surgery to repair that damage and make it easier to breathe. While cosmetic nasal surgery is an out of pocket expense, you may be able to be reimbursed by your medical insurance for some forms of functional rhinoplasty surgery.

Rhinoplasty surgery can involve a number of surgical elements. It can include the shaving, removal or breaking of the nasal bone (the latter of which is called lateral osteotomy); the removal or addition of cartilage; or adding synthetic tissues. Which procedures Dallas plastic surgeon Dr. Bassichis at Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery Center will choose for your rhinoplasty surgery will depend on your unique case and desired results.

Why Would My Doctor Need to Reshape My Nasal Bone or Break My Nose?

There are many reasons that Dallas Dr. Bassichis may need to reshape your nasal bone or perform lateral osteotomy. First, is to remove a nasal hump. When removing a nasal hump, the hump portion of the nasal bone is typically shaved down, and then breaking of the nose may be necessary to narrow the nasal bone and close the “open roof” that is created by the shaving procedure of the hump reduction. Often when removing a nasal hump, if the nasal bone isn’t broken, the resulting nose will appear too wide. Second, a nasal bone may be shaved or broken to narrow down a wide nose. Finally, lateral osteotomy may be performed to fix a crooked nose, so the nasal bone can be realigned into a straight line, giving you a more pleasing aesthetic appearance.

When is Reshaping My Nasal Bone Not Necessary During Rhinoplasty Surgery?

As we’ve mentioned before, no two rhinoplasty surgeries are alike. Just because you are having rhinoplasty surgery, doesn’t mean that you will need to have your nasal bone reshaped, shaved or broken. In fact, if you are having tip work done alone, which includes your cartilage, or are having uneven nostrils either widened, narrowed or made more symmetrical, no nasal bone work is even needed.

I Want Rhinoplasty Surgery. What are My Next Steps?

If you’re ready for rhinoplasty surgery, you should call Dr. Bassichis in his Dallas office for a consultation at (972) 774-1777. During your consultation, Dr. Bassichis will listen to what bothers you about your nose and make sure that you have realistic expectations for rhinoplasty surgery.

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Many people with nasal allergies wonder if a rhinoplasty, or nose job, as it is commonly called, will improve or eradicate their allergies. While Rhinoplasty itself is not a surgical option for curing nasal allergies, if you have rhinoplasty performed by a double board certified plastic surgeon in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery as well as Otorhinolaryngology (ear, nose and throat surgery), like Dallas surgeon Dr. Bassichis at Advanced Facial Plastic Surgery Center, you may find that functional changes to the nose may make it easier to breathe. Read on as Dallas surgeon Dr. Bassichis explains what rhinoplasty is, the cosmetic and functional benefits of rhinoplasty and how this surgery may or may not affect your allergies.

What is Rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty is a type of plastic surgery to improve the shape of the nose, its function or both. There are two types of incision options for rhinoplasty; with a closed procedure, incisions are hidden inside the nose; with an open procedure, an incision is made on the columella (the part of the nose that separates your two nostrils). Whichever incision type your plastic surgeon chooses, these incisions allow for the nose skin and cartilages to be gently raised, which ultimately results in the reshaping and sculpting of the nose to your pre-selected, desired look.

What are the Cosmetic Benefits of a Rhinoplasty?

There are several cosmetic benefits to a rhinoplasty. Rhinoplasties can correct:

  • An oversized nose by removing bone and cartilage.
  • A hump on the bridge of your nose, by gently rasping down the hump.
  • The nasal tip, by changing the arched lower lateral cartilages.
  • Nostrils that are large or wide, by focusing on reshaping your nasal symmetry.
  • Your overall facial look, by providing you with a nose that is proportional to the rest of your facial features.

Ultimately, the cosmetic goals of a rhinoplasty are to give you balance and harmony on your face and your profile.

What are the Functional Benefits of a Rhinoplasty?

In addition to the aesthetic benefits of a rhinoplasty, there are functional benefits to the surgery, too. A rhinoplasty can correct issues that lead to breathing problems – such as a deviated septum and chronic stuffiness – and even post-nasal drip and snoring. If you are getting rhinoplasty for functional benefits to improve your breathing, it’s possible that your medical insurance may reimburse you for some of the cost per surgery.

Is a Rhinoplasty Right for Me?

If you are looking to correct the cosmetic and functional aspects of your nose to improve your facial look and breathing, you are probably wondering if rhinoplasty surgery is right for you. Before you schedule a rhinoplasty with Dallas plastic surgeon Dr. Bassichis, it’s important that you have realistic expectations of what the surgery can and can’t do. While the surgery can give harmony to your face and improve breathing issues, it cannot cure allergies. Also, while Dr. Bassichis’ computer generated results can give you an idea of what your new nose will look like, it’s important to remember that your results may vary. In addition to having these realistic expectations, rhinoplasty candidates must:

  • Be in good medical and psychological health.
  • Have completed facial growth, meaning that a rhinoplasty is not ideal for young children.
  • Be a non-smoker, or willing to quit at least two weeks before and two weeks after your surgery, so as not to complicate the procedure or your recovery time.

Schedule a Consultation Today

If you’re considering a rhinoplasty for cosmetic and/or functional issues, you should schedule a consultation with Dallas plastic surgeon Dr. Bassichis. Call his Dallas office today at (972) 774-1777.

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