A rhinoplasty is a surgical treatment used to correct flaws in the nostrils, bridge, and tip of the nose.
It can correct structural imbalances that cause impaired breathing in addition to enhancing the nose’s size, shape, and projection.
Board-certified facial plastic surgeons Drs. William Portuese and Joseph Shvidler combine their artistry, talent, and expertise to provide an exceptional rhinoplasty result that is specifically catered to your preferences.
What is a nose job?
The nose can draw attention away from the smile and the eyes if it is too big for the face or if a particular feature of the nose sticks out.
Numerous nasal faults, such as a hump on the bridge, a droopy or bulbous tip, a pinched tip, an excessively broad bridge, a flat bridge, or issues with nostril size and form, can be corrected by rhinoplasty in Portland.
A crooked or broken nose, asymmetry, and breathing problems can all be fixed by rhinoplasty.
Rhinoplasty is one of the most difficult facial plastic surgery treatments because of the complexity of the nasal anatomy, the technical requirements of the procedure, and the artistry that is needed.
Drs. William Portuese and Joseph Shvidler are happy to provide their patients with the knowledge necessary to produce results from rhinoplasty in Portland Oregon, that are natural-looking and elegantly proportioned.
What problems can rhinoplasty fix?
Consider the improvement in your quality of life after rhinoplasty if you are not satisfied with the appearance of your nose.
When the size, shape, and projection of your nasal structure are balanced with the rest of your facial characteristics, you can really tell a difference in how your face looks overall.
You may be a suitable candidate for nose surgery in Portland Oregon if you have any of the following issues:
extremely broad bridge
on the bridge, a hump
abnormally big, elongated, or wide noses
How is nose surgery done?
Your customized surgery’s surgical approach will take your nose’s shape and any improvements into account.
Repositioning the nasal bones or modifying cartilage shape are two possible outcomes of nose surgery.
Dermal fillers or fat transfer may be combined to produce the results you desire.
In order to optimize airflow and restore a healthy nasal structure, Drs. William Portuese and Joseph Shvidler may repair the septum or the turbinates inside the nasal cavity if you are having breathing difficulties.
What different rhinoplasty methods are there?
Open rhinoplasty – This technique involves making an incision at the base of the columella, the slender tissue ridge that divides your nostrils.
This method enables a thorough remodeling of the nasal structures.
Closed rhinoplasty is an appropriate surgical procedure for making minimal changes to the contour of the nose because the incisions are made inside the nostrils.
What is rhinoplasty revision?
One of Portland Oregon’s finest facial plastic surgeons, Drs. William Portuese and Joseph Shvidler, receives a lot of patients seeking to remedy an unsatisfactory outcome from earlier nose surgery.
In certain instances, the patient’s cosmetic aspirations were not fully satisfied by the prior surgeon.
Other instances, the surgeon went too far and removed an excessive amount of bone or cartilage, leading to structural issues that make breathing difficult.
Any rhinoplasty results in the development of scar tissue in the nose, which might make subsequent surgeries more difficult.
Revision rhinoplasty calls for specialized knowledge of cutting-edge procedures.
Drs. William Portuese and Joseph Shvidler are skilled revision specialists who are aware of both the technical requirements and the psychological impact of needing a second treatment for the same problem.
A variety of issues can be resolved by revision surgery, including:
the nasal structure collapsed
an excessively big nose a deviated septum
a strange-looking nose
a broken nasal structure that needs to be repaired
What is ethnic nose surgery?
In the past, regardless of each patient’s distinct ethnicity or cultural background, surgeons used a Westernized, Caucasian-centric approach.
Today, we have developed our senses and recognize the value of ethnic rhinoplasty to fit the patient.
Our doctors perform rhinoplasty on patients of African-American, Middle Eastern, Hispanic/Latinx, and Asian descent in order to correct nose flaws while also retaining the patient’s uniqueness.