Nose Reshaping (Rhinoplasty)
Do you dislike your nasal appearance? Did you previously injure it? Is it no longer straight? Do you have a hump? Dr. Charles Loguda, Dr. Howard Tepper, Dr. Jerrold Zeitels and Dr. Richard Tepper have the ability to help you achieve the look you desire
Who Is a Good Candidate?
- Rhinoplasty in New Jersey is ideal for those who are concerned with the appearance of their noses.
- Those who feel their nose can be improved….with correction of a hump, curve or size anomaly
- Is your nose is out of proportion with the rest of your face?
- Patients with breathing difficulties
- Those who are interested in a more balanced nasal appearance.
If you are seriously considering Rhinoplasty in Springfield, Westfield or throughout New Jersey, Click here to schedule your consultation online or call us at (908) 654-6540.
- Rhinoplasty is performed in either a hospital or accredited ambulatory surgery center
- It is performed under general anesthesia and usually takes two to three hours.
- Incisions are either inside the nose or well concealed by the nostrils.
- Your procedure may involve shaving or straightening of the bones, removal or reshaping or the cartilage, in order to achieve the desired appearance.
- The septal cartilage in the midline of the nose may be removed to help with breathing or correction of a curvature
- You will likely have a splint on the outside, and occasionally internal splints are used to help. The splint is used for about a week
Men and women in Springfield, Westfield, and throughout New Jersey are invited to contact us at (908) 654-6540, or click here to schedule a consultation.
- The procedure is an outpatient procedure and you will go home the same day
- Showering is permitted with attempts at keeping the nasal splint dry
- Patients often have some soreness and pain, but it’s controlled with medication. The degree of soreness may relate to the extent of correction.
- You may feel congested and have nasal drainage for a few days . You’ll have to try avoid blowing your nose.
- Swelling is mild to moderate, and it subsides over the course of a few weeks
- You may experience bruising, especially around the eyes.
- Light activity is often resumed by a week.
- Most individuals take about a week off from surgery, although individual circumstances may allow a more rapid return.
- You can achieve a natural correction to those nagging imperfections that are bothersome
- The changes will last a long time, though the final result may not be apparent for months or even a year or longer