Rhinoplasty or chin enhancement

You might need either rhinoplasty or chin enhancement

Rhinoplasty or chin enhancement?
Do you need rhinoplasty or chin enhancement? This is a question only an experienced facial plastic surgeon can answer. The nose is right in the middle of the face, but as a feature its role is more to complement the other features than to act as the center of attention. It’s easy to make the mistake of thinking the nose is too big when actually the chin is too small. Get expert opinion on whether you need rhinoplasty or chin enhancement.

Signs that a nose job might be in order are that a nose doesn’t just look big, but has a deviated septum, a bulbous or downward-pointing tip, a hump on the bridge or nostrils flared to the point where the nose is wider at its widest point than the space between the eyes. Psychologists have found that even patients who have had very minor changes made to their nose have found that it lets them stop obsessing over the subject.

If you need a chin implant, the surgeon will first select or make the implant. Then the surgeon makes an incision under your chin where it can’t be seen, creates a pocket on your chin bone and inserts the implant. Five to six days later, it’s time to remove your sutures. There may be swelling and bruising around the chin and neck. This lasts for a week to ten days. There may also be some temporary stiffness when smiling or talking.

Charlotte’s most experienced rhinoplasty and other facial plastic surgeon
Dr. Sean Freeman is Charlotte’s top expert in all sorts of facial plastic surgery. He has been certified by two different surgery boards, the American Board of Otolaryngology (head and neck surgery) and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He has done only facial plastic surgery since 1988. Many of his patients have already gotten nose jobs from other surgeons and come to him for revision rhinoplasty to get the results they really wanted, and he has not had to remove a chin implant in twenty years. Whether you need rhinoplasty or chin enhancement, make an appointment with his office today or schedule an online consultation for a discount on the consultation fee.

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Meet Dr. Sean Freeman

Dr. Freeman is a double board-certified plastic surgeon who has specialized in aesthetic facial surgery since 1988. As a leader in his field who has invented advanced surgical techniques, he is frequently called upon to teach and represent his peers. Learn more about his vast experience and qualifications.

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