As summer kicks into high gear, we may be thinking about other body parts besides the nose while as we try to fit into our new bikinis and swim trunks. However, the nose might make a bigger impact on your appearance than you think!
Rhinoplasty is the third most sought after cosmetic surgical procedure.
If you have been considering Rhinoplasty, you are not alone! According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Rhinoplasty is the third most popular cosmetic surgical procedure in the United States. The only two procedures patients choose more often than Rhinoplasty are liposuction and breast augmentation. This is no surprise, because the nose can make a huge impact on overall facial symmetry, facial balance, and the impression your face makes at first glance. For many of our patients, it isn’t that their nose is completely wrong, it is simply that there are small changes that can make their nose more proportional, sleeker, and more balanced.
The nose is the focal point of the face.
The eyes might be the windows to the soul, but the nose is actually the most noticeable feature on the face. That is because the nose is in the center of all our other features. Like a focal point in a painting, the nose provides balance and symmetry to the rest of our face. Unfortunately, this means that milimeters are the difference between a nose that perfectly suits our features and looks proportional to our facial shape and a nose that is all wrong for our face. A nose that is too large, too crooked, or too flat might make the rest of our features look less attractive and distract from our overall appearance.
Some plastic surgeons specialize in procedures that target the nose.
When it comes to plastic surgery, not every surgeon is created equally. Some surgeons focus more on liposuction or breast lifts, while surgeons like Dr. Ginsburg are highly experienced and talented in the area of Rhinoplasty. Dr. Ginsburg is proud to focus specifically on facial plastic surgery, particularly Rhinoplasty, so you can be confident you are working with a surgeon who makes perfect noses an art form as well as an occupation. For many of our patients, working with a highly experienced surgeon is their number one concern when choosing a Rhinoplasty procedure. They would rather go to a surgeon who performs 100 nose jobs a year than a surgeon who performs 10 nose jobs a year.
If you want to work with a highly qualified, experienced plastic surgeon who specializes in Rhinoplasty, contact us at Providence Facial Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery today to schedule your one-on-one consultation with Dr. Ginsburg today!