The rhinoplasty procedure is designed to balance out facial features by reducing the nose?s prominence, sculpting down the bridge and tip, removing bumps, and improving overall symmetry. Dallas rhinoplasty surgeon Paul Pin, MD, has years of experience performing cosmetic nose surgery on patients; contact our office today to schedule your rhinoplasty consultation at our office.

The Rhinoplasty Procedure

The rhinoplasty procedure is typically performed on an outpatient basis, under general anesthesia. A discreet incision is made inside the nose or across the columella, allowing Dr. Pin to lift the skin and access underlying cartilage. Dr. Pin then reshapes the cartilage to achieve each patient?s desired results; this can include a refining of the tip, narrowing of the bridge, and recontouring of the nostrils.

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Subtle tip definition is what this young woman wanted out of her rhinoplasty.

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This 32 year old was unhappy with the appearance of her nose. She felt she had a small hump and lacked definition of tip.

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This 22 year old was interested in removing the hump on her nose and refining her nasal tip. She underwent a rhinoplasty to accomplish this.

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Rhinoplasty Side Effects

Our Dallas rhinoplasty patients may experience temporary swelling, bleeding, bruising, and soreness after the rhinoplasty procedure. These side effects generally fade within a week or two. Dr. Pin will go over all post-operative instructions with you before you undergo treatment.

Cosmetic Nose Surgery Risks

The risks of cosmetic nose surgery are similar to the risks associated with any surgery: bleeding, infection, adverse reaction to anesthesia, and hematoma. Dr. Pin will discuss all potential risks with you prior to surgery.

Rhinoplasty Recovery

In the days following your nose surgery, during the recovery process, you may experience some pain, but this can be managed with the aid of prescribed medication. The side effects are at their worst the day of surgery and a day or two after surgery. By three days after surgery, most patients begin to feel better and the side effects associated begin to get better rather than worse. The majority of the swelling and bruising should be gone by two weeks after surgery; patients can expect to return to work and their normal routines (with the exception of strenuous activity) at that time.

Rhinoplasty Benefits

The benefits of the rhinoplasty procedure include improvement in:

  • Symmetry
  • Shape
  • Size
  • Breathing

Rhinoplasty Costs

Surgeons perform the rhinoplasty procedure to adjust the size and shape of the nose and bring it into balance with surrounding facial features.  The septorhinoplasty procedure can be performed to improve the appearance of the nose, while also clearing any nasal obstructions that hinder the patients breathing process. Dr. Paul Pin charges about $6,000 to $7,000 for the septorhinoplasty procedure. This fee is all-inclusive and includes the cost of the surgeon, anesthesiologist, and medical facility.

Some patients that undergo rhinoplasty choose to undergo other procedures, including chin augmentation or breast augmentation, at one time. Price reductions are offered to patients who have more than one procedure performed during the same appointment. If you wish to undergo nose reshaping or nose surgery to improve your breathing, contact the practice of Paul Pin, MD, today. Dr. Pin can provide you with the exact cost of treatment during your rhinoplasty consultation.

Dallas Rhinoplasty Consults

Millions of Americans have undergone the rhinoplasty procedure, making it one of the most popular facial plastic surgery procedures performed today. If you are interested in undergoing cosmetic nose surgery, contact our Dallas office. We can schedule your rhinoplasty consultation with Dr. Pin so you can discuss your personal aesthetic goals, as well as the costs of the procedure.

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