Question: greetings, i am a resident of India, recently i have gone through AMO, dental surgery in India, three more scenarios are concerning me, 1. a bent in my nasal bridge, 2.hair transplant 3.depression on my forehead, since these are complicated i would request for your help in rectification and immediately start the surgical or treatment procedures. travel is not an issue, expecting your reply, Manoj
thank you for your query. this Web site does not belong to a single surgeon but to a group representing facial plastic surgeons. you need to find a surgeon who specializes in the procedures you are asking for and you can review surgeons’ names on this Web site to find your best match. good luck with that.
Question: Hi, wanted to ask a question about the possible complications of non surgical nose job.In a weak nose, could any complications or permanent nasal disfigurement occur from needle trauma to the soft tissue in the tip and mid vault area,particularly in atypical case where fillers have been injected from inside the nose.Thank you.
Answer: It is highly unlikely that a filler would damage a reportedly weak nose. However, rarely a needle injection can be injected into a blood vessel in which case you could have a major problem but this is exceedingly rare. It is important that the physician injecting you use a very careful method of drawing back on the hub during injection to minimize that risk.
Question: i want to get a nose job done and wanted to know 2 things 1. how much does a nose job cost ? 2. how much time does a nose job operation takes ?
Answer: this is quite variable and can cost a few thousand dollars to 20,000. the reason for the variable price is it is based on the experience of the surgeon, cost of related anesthesia and facility, as well as the type and difficulty of the nose. time is also extremely variable from an hour and a half to 5 hours or more depending on who is doing the surgery, the technique chosen, and the type of problem encountered. for example, a revision rhinoplasty procedure may take more hours to complete.
Question: Should I have a rhinoplasty?
Answer: That question is a bit open ended. Obviously, rhinoplasty is not something you just dive into. You should base your decision upon long-term thinking and desire rather than a short-term whimsical idea. If you have functional breathing problems or other issues, you might get part of the procedure covered by insurance. The best thing to do is to discuss this desire with a board-certified facial plastic surgeon who is skilled at helping you achieve your cosmetic desires but also by either improving or maintaining your nasal airway. Since facial plastic surgeons have as much knowledge inside as outside the nose, they are well skilled to help you achieve all of your nasal goals.
Question:Can I have a facelift and rhinoplasty at the same time?
Answer: In short yes. It depends on the health of the patient to have a longer procedure performed and if the surgeon is qualified to do both procedures and is willing to spend that time doing both procedures. Some surgeons may elect to split the procedure into two separate procedures; whereas some may desire to do both at the same time.