The Rhinoplasty Procedure
Just as every nose is different, every nose job is individualized.
For some patients, a sharper, pointier nasal tip is deemed perfect. Others may prefer a more rounded, natural look. Whichever outcome you desire, Dr. the distance between the eyes, the shape of the face, and the existing anatomy of the nose.
Dr. Bared utilizes a computer imaging tool during the pre-op consultation to establish rapport with his patients and ensure that the vision matches the execution. By visualizing the potential results on a screen, patients are able to communicate their goals and discuss realistic expectations.
Rhinoplasty itself involves manipulating the bone and sculpting cartilage with acute precision. Dr. Bared typically uses cartilage from the the septum, which is the cartilage that divides both sides of the nose, and strategically places the grafts at the tip to support the bridge of the nose. The use of cartilage grafts prevents compromising the long term shape and function of the nose.