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Don't Like Your Nose Job? You May Need a Revision Rhinoplasty
After a rhinoplasty, you should feel more confident with your appearance, but that isn’t always the case. Find out the signs you need a revision…
Rhinoplasty & Septoplasty for Deviated Septum: The Benefits of Surgery
When a deviated septum compromises breathing, Dr. David A. Sherris can perform a septoplasty combined with rhinoplasty to open the nasal passages, improve breathing, and enhance…
Rhinoplasty: How Young Is Too Young?
Facial plastic surgeon David A. Sherris discusses how age can affect rhinoplasty results, and how young is too young for this cosmetic procedure.
Rhinoplasty for Narrow Noses
If you have a narrow nose, you may be interested in pursuing rhinoplasty. Learn more about the nasal surgery process from Dr. David A. Sherris.
Rhinoplasty for a Pointy Nose
Rhinoplasty provides dramatic results by altering the size and shape of the nose. People choose the procedure for many reasons, but one of the most…
Rhinoplasty Bruising Timeline
Rhinoplasty is a cosmetic procedure that enhances the appearance of your nose and brings harmony and symmetry to your facial contours. Following rhinoplasty, some temporary…
Rhinoplasty for a Wide Nose
Rhinoplasty is one of the most minimally invasive plastic surgery options. The surgery is performed by our double board-certified plastic surgeon David Sherris; he can…
Rhinoplasty and Straightening Crooked Noses
Rhinoplasty for a crooked nose can help create a more symmetrical appearance, enhancing facial balance and overall appearance.
Non-surgical vs. Surgical Rhinoplasty
Here, Dr. David Sherris discusses non-surgical vs. surgical rhinoplasty, including the pros and cons of each approach.
Rhinoplasty vs. Septoplasty: Which Is Right for You?
Dr. David A. Sherris discusses the difference between rhinoplasty vs. septoplasty so patients can decide which surgery applies to their case.