According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, rhinoplasty was the third most popular plastic surgery in 2016. They state that 223,018 procedures were performed in 2016, which is up 2 percent from 2015. You can read more about the findings here.
While considering that large number of surgeries, do you ever wonder who pays for all of them? If you’re considering rhinoplasty, you probably wonder how you will pay for your surgery as well. Perspective rhinoplasty patients like you want to know if their medical insurance plan will cover the procedure. (more…)
Rhinoplasty is a consideration for adults of all ages. You may think that patients who get rhinoplasty are typically younger. While this is a portion of our patients, older adults in their 40s, 50s, 60s and beyond, are rhinoplasty patients as well. Many older adults who choose rhinoplasty may be re-entering the dating scene, rejuvenating their appearance, or changing their facial appearance. Many older adults wish to look on the outside as young as they feel on the inside.
January is a great time to get a fresh start. It’s a time to clear the air in many ways. Relationally, this could be a time to give someone a second chance and have a renewed relationship. Emotionally, this could be a time to clear your mind of past thoughts that clutter and confuse your mind. Physically, this could be a time to discover the freeing act of breathing fully through your nose. (more…)
Are you about to end 2017 with rhinoplasty regrets? Do you look in the mirror and regret ever getting your rhinoplasty procedure done? Your results don’t match the expectations that you had when you got your surgery? If this is the case, then Dr. Ransom at San Francisco Center for Facial Plastic, Reconstructive & Laser Surgery has a solution for you.
Revision rhinoplasty is for patients who suffer from dissatisfied results from their previous rhinoplasty procedure. There are two common reasons for the dissatisfaction. (more…)
Winter is knocking on the door of the cycle of seasons. And just like all cycles, it’s going to happen whether you like it or not. Cooler temperatures are a great time to break out your cute sweaters and boots to feel ultra cozy and snug! However, the cooler temperatures can break out winter common colds as well. A common cold can make the lining of your nose swell up and produce additional mucus to aid in the flushing away of your infection. With the extra mucus present in your nose, you’ll need to consider how to properly dispose of it in a safe way. (more…)