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Rhinoplasty – For Men Houston and Lake Jackson, TX

Rhinoplasty, more commonly known as a nose job, is a surgical procedure that alters the shape and structure of the nose. Individuals choose to undergo a nose job for various reasons. Sometimes it is performed for medical reasons such as to improve breathing, correct a congenital problem or repair the nose after an accident. Many Houston and Lake Jackson patients choose rhinoplasty for cosmetic reasons because they are unhappy with the look of their nose. Our doctors perform rhinoplasty surgery to improve symmetry, smooth humps while maintaining the natural appearance of your facial features.

Candidates for Rhinoplasty

Most healthy Houston and Lake Jackson patients who seek improvements in the size and shape of their nose are good candidates for rhinoplasty. It is important that your nose has stopped growing; this usually happens around age 14 for girls. Boy’s are good candidates 2-3 years later. Dr. Yarish and Dr. Bartlett will confirm your candidacy in your initial consultation and explain what kind of results you can expect from the procedure. They use imaging to allow patients to easily communicate the style of nose they can achieve.

Before & After

Patient: Rhinoplasty, Otoplasty (Post-op/ 3 Months)

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The Rhinoplasty Process At Town and Country Plastic Surgeons

Pre-Rhinoplasty Consultation

The first step in deciding whether to pursue surgery is to schedule a consultation with our surgeons in order to review your medical history, communicate your reasons for having a nose job, learn in-depth information about the procedure and discover the realistic results rhinoplasty may offer you. Here at Town and Country Plastic Surgeons, patients from Houston and Lake Jackson, Texas areas can expect to receive a customized treatment plan meant to enhance facial features and optimize nasal function through rhinoplasty.

About The Rhinoplasty Surgery

Patients typically undergo rhinoplasty on an outpatient basis and will return home the day of the surgery. General anesthesia is usually given to ensure optimal comfort. In most cases, incisions are made within the nostrils in order to perform the necessary work, which leads to excellent camouflage. Sometimes there will be a need to make cuts at the bottom of the nostrils in order to perform more extensive restructuring. To achieve the desired look, our doctors reshape the bone and cartilage within the nose.

Recovery From Rhinoplasty

Because rhinoplasty is an invasive procedure, it’s important that patients take some time off for recovery. A nasal splint will be worn on the nose for one week after surgery. Bruising and swelling around the eye area is normal and usually dissipates within a week. The nose itself will also be swollen, but this swelling should be minimal. The healing period of the nose is gradual and lasts for approximately six months for final results. Rhinoplasty candidates may be advised to avoid strenuous activities for at least three to six weeks following the procedure.

Rhinoplasty can make a dramatic difference in the lives of Houston and Lake Jackson patients who wish to make a change in their appearance or who are experiencing a medical issue involving the nose.


Frequently Asked Questions Our Houston and Lake Jackson Patients Have About Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty is a big decision that takes careful consideration. Our goal is to do everything that we can to help you feel informed and educated. We created a list of some frequently asked questions for more information.

What Are The Different Types of Rhinoplasty?

There are three main kinds of rhinoplasty: open rhinoplasty, closed rhinoplasty, and tiplasty. In open rhinoplasty, a small incision is made just under the tip of your nose. With this kind of incision, our doctors can better reach inside your nose to sculpt it into a sleeker shape. A closed rhinoplasty isn’t as drastic, as incisions can be made inside the nose. This procedure is better for Houston and Lake Jackson patients who just need minor re-sculpting. Finally, in a tiplasty, the doctor reshapes only the tip of your nose.

Does A Rhinoplasty Have Any Risks for Patients?

Like all surgeries, rhinoplasty does have a few risks, but they are generally minor and quite rare. As with all surgeries, infection can be a problem, but this largely depends on how well you care for your incisions after the surgery. Our doctors will be with you every step of the way to ensure you safely get the results you desire.

Does a Rhinoplasty Cause Bruising and Swelling?

Following a rhinoplasty, your nose will swell. A splint will be applied to your nose after the surgery to protect it from minor trauma and to keep swelling at bay. Nothing will be packed inside your nose unless your breathing/airway have been treated at the same time. After that, you might experience a small amount of pain around your head and nose, but pain medication will significantly reduce any discomfort. Bruising is possible if bony changes were made during the procedure. Patient’s may have bruising around the eyes which shouldn’t last longer than a week.

What Should I Do To Prepare For A Rhinoplasty?

You will have a visit with our doctors team two weeks prior to surgery. You will be reminded not to take medications that will thin your blood (aspirin, advil,etc). You will also be given a full set of verbal and written instructions so you can go over the process with your caretaker.

Are The Results From A Rhinoplasty Immediate?

Right after the surgery, your nose will be slightly swollen, and you’ll have to wear a nasal splint. However, in 5-7 days, we remove the splint, and you’ll immediately notice your nose’s slimmer, straighter appearance. It is common for a small amount of swelling to occur following splint removal but this will improve with time. Final results from rhinoplasty take about 6 months.

Town and Country Plastic Surgeons is proud to offer natural looking results customized to the needs of our patients. Contact our offices in Houston and Lake Jackson to schedule a consultation or to ask questions. We’re happy to assist you!

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