Rhinoplasty to Correct Nasal Bumps
By dsherris on February 19, 2015
At The Clinic of Facial Plastic Surgery, we attract patients from around the world, including members of royal families and Hollywood celebrities, due to Dr. David A. Sherris’ reputation as a superior facial plastic surgeon. He is particularly renowned for his consistently beautiful and natural-looking rhinoplasty results, which include some highly complex cases and secondary surgeries to correct inadequate results achieved by other surgeons. Patients know that they can rely on Dr. Sherris to produce outstanding results that are perfectly tailored to their unique needs and goals.
Among the most common requests among rhinoplasty patients is for the surgical correction of bumps on the bridge of the nose, whether it is simply a small bump or a prominent bump that creates the appearance of a Roman nose. At Dr. Sherris’ facial plastic surgery practice in Buffalo, rhinoplasty for nasal bumps is performed with the highest degree of care; Dr. Sherris combines his refined surgical skills with his finely honed eye for aesthetics to ensure the best possible results for his patients. He takes pride in his extremely high rate of patient satisfaction, indicative of his ability to produce excellent results the first time, saving his patients money and frustration.
Are you a good candidate for rhinoplasty to correct a nasal bump? The only way to find out for certain is to meet with Dr. Sherris for a confidential, one-on-one consultation at his state-of-the-art office at your earliest convenience.
Factors to Consider
In planning your rhinoplasty to correct your a nasal bump, there are several factors that you and Dr. Sherris will take into consideration together:
- The degree to which your bridge will be reduced: Some patients want the bridge to descend in a straight line while others would like a small scoop. Others still may wish to achieve a slightly concave bridge. Your desired bridge will depend on your aesthetic preferences, how much of your original appearance you wish to preserve, whether you want to maintain any particular family or ethnic features, and other factors.
- How your revised bridge will harmonize with your other facial features: While your nose is indeed the central focus of your face, it must complement the other features of your face in order to look its best. Ideally, your new nose will impose harmony onto your other facial features, highlighting their beauty rather than distracting from it.
- How to preserve your breathing with the shape of your new nose: Remember that breathing must be preserved during rhinoplasty. If too much bone and cartilage are removed during the procedure, your breathing can be affected. Dr. Sherris has a particular skill for planning rhinoplasties so that patients achieve the most aesthetically appealing results while preserving total function and breathing. Rhinoplasty is only a success if the nose functions as good as it looks!
Learn More about Rhinoplasty for Nasal Humps
If you would like to learn more about rhinoplasty for nasal bumps, or you would like to schedule your initial consultation with Dr. Sherris, please contact The Clinic of Facial Plastic Surgery today.
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