The special skills of a rhinoplasty specialist
If you want anything from your nose job more complicated than a smaller nose or a straighter septum, you should seek out a rhinoplasty specialist. Many people seek out rhinoplasty in order to make their noses look more masculine or more feminine – but most people, if you asked them what made a nose look more masculine or more feminine, wouldn’t be able to put it in words. The differences between men’s and women’s noses are really only noticeable through statistical analysis, but male facial skin tends to be thicker than the skin on a woman’s face, which blunts some of the angles and makes the nose look less delicate. The bridge of a man’s nose tends to be straighter and more prominent, the tip isn’t as elevated, and the angle of the base of the nose to the lips is slightly different.
An experienced rhinoplasty specialist in Charlotte, NC has worked on enough noses to have a sense of these differences and how to bring them about in a particular case. By making very fine adjustments to the living skin, cartilage and bone of the nose, a rhinoplasty specialist can change the nose in such a way that when the swelling has gone down, most people would say that the nose looks more like a man’s or a woman’s, even if they couldn’t say why.
Rhinoplasty is in great demand
On average, Americans seek out over two hundred thousand nose jobs a year, making it one of the most popular forms of facial plastic surgery. This is especially remarkable when you consider that a person who’s had a facelift may choose to have other facelifts later on, but if a rhinoplasty is done right it will never need to be done again in that patient’s lifetime. In fact, the best rhinoplasty specialists are those whose practice includes a great deal of revision rhinoplasty, a harder procedure than regular rhinoplasty.
Although he performs many types of facial plastic surgery, Dr. Sean Freeman is the best rhinoplasty specialist in Charlotte, NC. Many of his patients have already gotten nose jobs from other surgeons and come to him for revision rhinoplasty in order to get the noses they originally wanted. Dr. Freeman has been certified by two different surgery boards, the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology (head and neck surgery). Since 1988 he has limited his practice entirely to facial plastic surgery, especially rhinoplasty. If you need a rhinoplasty specialist, schedule an appointment with his office today or ask for an online consultation so you can take advantage of the discount on the consultation fee.