Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty NJ or nose job NJ: Dr. Kassir is a rhinoplasty surgeon in NJ and a leading rhinoplasty expert. Find rhinoplasty answers and see results from one of the best reviewed rhinoplasty surgeons in NJ.

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ABOUT RHINOPLASTY

What is Rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty, or cosmetic nasal surgery, improves the shape and size of the nose. The procedure can remove a hump, change the shape of the nasal tip, and straighten the nose. The size and shape of the nostrils can be changed. The goal of rhinoplasty is often to achieve better harmony between the nose and the other facial features. Dr. Kassir is a triple board certified surgeon who has performed thousands of rhinoplasty surgeries for his patients and is considered to be one of the best Rhinoplasty surgeons in New Jersey.

Rhinoplasty has become one of the most popular facial plastic surgical procedures in recent years as more and more people seek to change the appearance of their noses. Many are unhappy with the nose they were born with while others have had the shape of the nose distorted from an injury. Disorders of nasal breathing and sinusitis often complicate the situation. A range of techniques are used to fully address the desired change in appearance as well as to improve nasal breathing and correct chronic sinus infections. Sinus surgery, if indicated, is done with endoscopes to avoid any visible incisions.

Rhinoplasty may be performed under general or sedation anesthesia on an outpatient basis. Most health insurance plans still provide some coverage for functional nasal surgery and sinus surgery.

 

Good Candidates For Rhinoplasty

Are you thinking about having a rhinoplasty surgery? Healthy teenagers and adults who wish to have an improvement in their nasal appearance are good candidates for the rhinoplasty procedure. The decision about having the rhinoplasty operation is a very important and personal one. You should first consult with Dr. Kassir at his surgical clinic in the Wayne, NJ, or Ridgewood NJ office before deciding on the operation. For most patients that undergo this nose job procedure, the results are life changing. Patients describe an increase in confidence and boost in self-esteem. The ideal NJ candidates for rhinoplasty are:

  • You are unhappy with the size and/or shape of your nose.
  • You have breathing problems limited to your nose.
  • You suffered an injury that has altered the look of your nose.
  • You have breathing problems.
  • You are over the age of thirteen.
  • You have good physical and emotional health.

 

How Much Does a Rhinoplasty Cost in NJ?

Prices for Rhinoplasty can range from $15,000 to $35,000 depending on:

  • The type of rhinoplasty (primary or revision) - since revision rhinoplasties are more difficult they tend to cost more than primary surgeries
  • The experience of the surgeon
  • The location of the surgical facility where procedure is performed
  • What work needs to be done on the nose - especially whether grafts (rib cartilage) need to be used. 

Depending on the patient's insurance, functional components (septum, sinuses etc) may be covered.

As you make a decision to proceed with Rhinoplasty keep in mind 3 things: this is your face, so you should never compromise on quality! Is your surgeon experienced and do they have a proven record of creating beautiful noses? Lastly, do you have any breathing or sinus issues? It doesn't make sense to have a great looking nose that doesn't function properly.

 

Does Insurance Cover Rhinoplasty?

Insurance may cover some of the functional aspects of rhinoplasty. In other words, those procedures that improve breathing:

  • opening sinus drainage pathways (endoscopic sinus surgery),
  • shrinking large turbinates (turbinate reduction),
  • straightening a crooked septum (septoplasty),
  • valve surgery (placing cartilage grafts to stabilize the breathing passage).

 

Different Kinds of Rhinoplasty Procedures

Dr. Kassir performs many different kinds of rhinoplasty procedures in NJ, including:

Revision Rhinoplasty: Revision Rhinoplasty is performed when the initial rhinoplasty procedure is unsatisfactory.

Teen Rhinoplasty: Dr. Kassir is an expert in Teen Rhinoplasty in New Jersey.

Ethnic Rhinoplasty: Dr. Kassir commonly performs African American rhinoplastyAsian rhinoplastyHispanic rhinoplasty, and Middle Eastern rhinoplasty.

Celebrity Rhinoplasty: Dr. Kassir is a leading expert in celebrity rhinoplasty.

 

What to Bring to Your Rhinoplasty Consult

  • Your desired surgery date
  • A list of the vitamins, medications, and ointments you use
  • Any medical history, your insurance card (to check for partial coverage), and any reported breathing issues
  • Your own edited photo (any angle you want changed)
  • A portfolio of reference photos and goals that Dr. Kassir can use to craft your digitally edited image
  • Knowledge of Your Financing Options (Private, Care Credit, Alphaeon, Credit Care, or a Combination)
  • Excitement! A new nose can change your life. You make look younger, cuter, happier, and even less tired with the nose that was meant for you. This is exciting and we want you to be just as excited as we are. 

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Rhinoplasty Questions & Answers

It has been almost a year since my rhinoplasty. Why is my tip still hard?

At this point, it is still normal to have some swelling from the rhinoplasty still present in the tip. However, unless a graft was placed in that area, it should have at least a small degree of give. If not, evaluate with your surgeon your best course of action.

When can I do intensive cardio post-rhinoplasty?

It is probably best to wait 4-5 weeks or so before beginning “Insanity-type” cardio workouts simply because of the risk of increasing blood pressure and inducing nosebleeds.

Is the nasal hump made of bone and cartilage?

Normally, it consists of both and is best reduced through surgery.

Is it normal to have post-rhinoplasty snot and boogers?

Yes, especially in the first few weeks post-op. Saline solution applied via Q-tip is probably the best way to combat this.

Is it possible to restrict my nasal widening during smiling with surgery?

Many surgeons may be able to correct this problem with an alar cinching procedure that prevents side-to-side movement of the nostril during smiling. However, these procedures should be done very judiciously as over-thinning of the skin can lead to the development of an overly skinny nose (a la Michael Jackson).

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