For Rhinoplasty- See The Best Surgeon

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The American Society of Plastic Surgeons reports that in 2018 more than 18 million people undergo surgical and minimally invasive cosmetic procedures. Every year these numbers are climbing. With modern technology men and women of all ages can have their body’s reshaped, rejuvenated, and enhanced from head to toe. The field of cosmetic surgery features many award-winning doctors like Dr. Wallach in New York City. Dr. Wallach is an aesthetic face and body expert who also lectures and teaches on trending issues. Dr. Wallach provides his patients with many options for their surgery needs. With Rhinoplasty, one of the most popular procedures in the U.S., Dr. Wallach does not just use one technique for each patient, but has a variety of rhinoplasty options for the individual needs of his patients. 

Rhinoplasty Procedures 

Rhinoplasty, nose job, or nasal surgery is a leading procedure that helps improve the look and function of the nose. If you have an unsightly bump on your nose, if you were born with an asymmetrical nose, or if your nose was injured and breathing is difficult, see Dr. Wallach. He will examine and consult with you regarding the right surgical procedure that works just for you. This surgical procedure generally takes up to two hours. Recovery varies for everyone but typically, rest is needed for two weeks, after that you can start to slowly resume your normal routine. 

Dr. Wallach is your one-stop rhinoplasty surgeon who specializes in the following techniques:

1. Alar Base Reduction

Alar base reduction surgery is often performed in patients with a wide nasal base they call flaring nostrils. There are different types of alar base reduction procedures and most can be accomplished under local anesthesia. 

2. Airway Obstruction or Breathing Difficulties

Not all rhinoplasty procedures are designed to treat airway obstruction or breathing problems. The most common airway obstruction or breathing issues are caused by a septal deviation, nasal polyps or internal/external valve collapse. The result of correcting these breathing issues is not just to improve breathing but to also enhance your full facial appearance. This way the function of the nose can be improved. 

3. Graft options

A surgical rhinoplasty procedure that requires grafting can be done by using a patient’s own tissue or by using a synthetic or cadaver material. Graft options present a lower risk of infection and a lessening of extended nasal position. 

4. Open vs. Closed approach

Dr. Wallach can determine which surgical incision technique will work for you. Both open and closed incision options are popularly used by surgeons. Open rhinoplasty involves an incision made at the base of the nose. Closed rhinoplasty involves all the incisions being made inside the nose.  

5. Osteotomies

Rhinoplasty surgeons perform osteotomies. This process is used to remove the nasal bone. An experienced surgeon can cut, shave, and move the nasal bone to reshape and mold your desired rhinoplasty goal. 

6. Tip Refinement

Many individuals seek out a surgeon to correct or improve their nasal tip. Some features for this procedure involve tips that are cleft, boxy, bulbous, or rounded. In some procedures, a cartilage graft is required. 

Choosing the Right Surgeon Is Vital

Dr. Wallach is highly recommended because he follows his patients before and after their surgical procedures. Dr. Wallach and his professional staff believe in taking the time to help all their patients meet and succeed in their cosmetic and aesthetic goals. In their aesthetic and spa-like state-of-the-art facilities, patients are given educational resources and are treated with respect.

Steven Wallach MD

Steven Wallach MD

Dr. Wallach is a board-certified plastic surgeon in New York City who specializes in performing cosmetic procedures of the face, breast and body. As one of the cutting edge experts in the field, Dr. Wallach consults on a regular basis with people in the beauty, media, and publishing worlds.

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