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Before Designer Rhinoplasty® in New Jersey.

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2 months after Designer Rhinoplasty® in New Jersey.

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Before Designer Rhinoplasty® in New Jersey.

Rhinoplasty after image 2

2 months after Designer Rhinoplasty® in New Jersey.

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Before Designer Rhinoplasty® in New Jersey.

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2 months after Designer Rhinoplasty® in New Jersey.

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Before Designer Rhinoplasty® in New Jersey.

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2 months after Designer Rhinoplasty® in New Jersey.

Our beautiful patient 2 months after Designer Rhinoplasty®️ by Dr. Kassir. Please note the following: 1. Bump removed 2. Nose moved closer to the face (deprojected) 3. Tip lifted and refined 4. CLOSED technique (no external scars) 5. Precision, atraumatic technique (no breaking bones with hammers and chisels) . As the center point of our face, the shape and the size of our nose play a significant role in our appearance and the first impression we make. The largest and most prominent component of the nose is the nasal dorsum also known as the dorsal hump. . . . What causes a dorsal hump? The dorsal hump is a combination of cartilage and excess bone. Although trauma sustained during the birthing experience as well as injury to the nose later in life are common causes for the dorsal hump , the main contributing factor is genetics.

"I'm obsessed with my nose! It is literally everything I ever wanted."

– Anonymous

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