27 Mar | 2017
27 Mar 2017
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Your nose: it sits right in the middle of your face, and there’s no covering it up. Although we firmly believe that beauty comes in many different guises, there is a definite modern aesthetic for the nose. Men and women who fall outside of this aesthetic might feel that they would like their nose to have a little less “character.” Most people don’t even know that minor anomalies related to the shape for their nose can be corrected non-surgically. So, if you pricked up your ears when you first heard about non-surgical nose jobs, then read on to find out what this procedure can do for you. How is a non-surgical nose job performed? Are there any drawbacks? A non-surgical nose job or rhinoplasty is simply a matter of getting a few injections. A cosmetic surgeon evaluates what you want, looks at how your nose is structured, and is able…

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18 Jan | 2016
18 Jan 2016

Drinking will increase swelling after surgery, so it’s important to avoid it for at least 2-3 weeks immediately following the procedure. Reducing swelling is important during the recovery phase mainly because it interferes with healing, but it’s our goal to get our patients feeling and looking their best as soon as possible. Some postoperative swelling is normal Swelling is your body’s way of responding to surgery. Your body retains more water in the affected area, leading to the body to…

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21 Dec | 2015
21 Dec 2015

Most people have a solid understanding of what rhinoplasty (commonly called a “nose job”) involves. Rhinoplasty is usually considered the surgical reshaping or molding of the nose. Whether this is achieved through bone addition or removal, tissue grafting, or synthetic implants, rhinoplasty consistently achieves great results. There’s a reason it’s one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries! There are many reasons you may be dissatisfied with your nose, including: Structural issues, such as a crooked or bumpy nose. It’s too…

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12 Oct | 2015
12 Oct 2015

Chronic snoring can be a real problem, both for you and those you share sleeping space with! There are many potential causes of chronic snoring and it can often be difficult to figure out. Chronic snoring is usually related to nasal congestion. The body naturally breathes through the nose during sleep, however nasal congestion leads to mouth breathing which causes greater vibration between the uvula and the soft palate. As many people know, snoring can get incredibly loud! Causes of…

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