Over the past 25 years I’ve performed countless numbers of rhinoplasties. I believe there is no such thing as a “perfect” nose. Since every individual has unique facial characteristics, part of my job is to identify that uniqueness and then bring out the best through cosmetic surgery.
People seeking a rhinoplasty usually have two concerns: to improve the nose’s aesthetic look, and to achieve maximum functionality like freer breathing. In the past, these patients fell into a younger demographic, but today, men and women of all ages who are unhappy with the functionality and/or appearance of their nose choose rhinoplasty.
My rhinoplasty patients at the Robert Zubowski MD Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in Paramus, NJ, generally report that they are enjoying a better quality of life, post-surgically.
As an interesting side note I would like to mention a study recently reported in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®, the medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, which discusses subtle changes in voice perception by patients after rhinoplasty. For the typical patient, the effect is not apparent and should not be a deterrent to the surgery. This issue applies mainly to those who use their voice professionally. You can learn more about this topic at www.plasticsurgery.org/news/voice-may-change-after-rhinoplasty.html.
During our initial consultation we will discuss your surgical goals and how I can help accomplish them. After a thorough examination I will outline my surgical approach, and using computer imaging, I can offer you a visualization of how your nose will look. The surgery takes place in SurgiCenter, our fully accredited state-of-the-art operating room, assisted by a seasoned plastic surgery medical team.
In the meantime, if we can assist you with any of your aesthetic cosmetic surgery goals, please contact our office manager who will set up a mutually convenient consultation.