Asian rhinoplasty procedures address specific issues that are commonly encountered with people with an Asian background. The specific approach that is used depends on the specific goal of each patient. For Asian patients, it is most common for patients to address:
- Flat Bridge
- Flat Tip
- Wide or Flared Nostrils
- Bulbous or Poorly Defined Tip
- Droopy or Down-turned Profile
According to the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health “There has been a tremendous growth of cosmetic surgery among Asians worldwide.” They also state that rhinoplasty is second only to blepharoplasty in terms of popularity among Asians. The delicate balance that comes with this procedure when trying to maintain the essential features of Asian ethnicity and the desired improvements and changes desired by each patient. Read more “Asian Rhinoplasty”
No two noses are alike, but most noses are like all the others in many ways. While your nose has very special color, features and size, its basic anatomy is the same as all other noses. The anatomical variations may include length, width, shape or position. Here are just a few of the nasal landmarks that appear on your nose. Read more “The Anatomy Of Your Nose”
“Every decision I make is the right one for me.” –Louise May
When deciding if rhinoplasty is right for you, it can be challenging. It’s important to keep in mind that what may be right for someone else, may not be right for you. When sorting through the pros and cons of a rhinoplasty, make sure you’re taking into consideration how it affects you in your particular situation. Read more “Considering Rhinoplasty? – Some Things To Keep In Mind As You Decide If Rhinoplasty Is Right For You At This Time.”
Father’s Day is this month. Sunday, June 17 is the big day when fathers get the honor of being recognized for all they contribute to their families. Have you searched for the perfect gift for your dad? According to Amazon’s top gifts for dads this year, you might consider a beard apron cape that gathers hair that’s been shaved off. Or, perhaps a dad joke, pun or adult coloring book might be something to take into consideration as well. Read more “Male Rhinoplasty Procedures Your Dad May Want”
If you have an area of your nose that is too low or too flat, you may require volume during your rhinoplasty. There are common places that need volume such as your bridge, sidewall and your tip. Another area on your nose that may require more volume is on the edge of your nostril. If your nostril is high, it can sometimes benefit from an addition of volume.
There are times when you can achieve added volume without undergoing surgery. If you’re not prepared to take the step to get surgical rhinoplasty to add volume, then non-surgical liquid rhinoplasty may be the right choice for you. Non-surgical rhinoplasty can be applied to cases that need a bridge build up, to lift a droopy nose or to correct asymmetries caused by deviations. Read more “Add Volume To Your Nose Non-Surgically”
Dr. Evan Ransom is a Double Board Certified surgeon specializing in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. He is a specialist in cosmetic, reconstructive, and functional surgery of your nose and septum, and he performs nasal surgery on patients of all ages. If you’re considering a rhinoplasty procedure, you may have questions regarding the recovery process, and more specifically when you can return to your normal exercise routine.
Exercising after your rhinoplasty surgery needs to be entered into with great consideration. After your rhinoplasty you need to be very careful to avoid activities that could pose any risk of causing a contact-injury to your nose. You do not want to compromise the surgical procedure that was just performed. In addition, trying to do overly vigorous exercises too soon post-surgery can be detrimental to your body’s healing process. Read more “Exercising After Your Rhinoplasty Procedure”
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. Read more “Will Insurance Cover My Rhinoplasty?”
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.
Read more “Rhinoplasty Considerations Related To Older Adults”
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. Read more “Clearing The Air With Functional Rhinoplasty”
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. Read more “A Solution For Your Rhinoplasty Regrets”