Nose Jobs Quite Common For Phoenix Area Men

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If you’re a man who’s feeling self-conscious about the most prominent feature on your face, your nose, you really shouldn’t suffer any longer. Nowadays, a large number of men who are unhappy with the shape or contour of their noses are electing to have rhinoplasties.

One well-known man to undergo a rhinoplasty is Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen. Before his surgery, Charlie’s nose had several issues; it was shaped with a wide bridge, it had a prominent hook, it was bumpy and it was crooked. His surgery successfully retained the masculinity of his nose while simultaneously corrected the less appealing features.

This type of solution is common for male rhinoplasty procedures that are designed to change the shape and contour of the nose. Rhinoplasties are often sought for aesthetic reasons, but they can also greatly improve the breathing of patients who have cartilage or bone abnormalities. To achieve a well-balanced facial appearance, male rhinoplasties are often combined with other cosmetic procedures such as chin implants and facelifts that can further enhance the masculine facial features.

When a man elects for the rhinoplasty procedure alone, it is generally performed on an outpatient basis. Following the procedure, the surgeon attaches a splint which is worn for about 2 weeks to help retain the work done.

Men who have undergone rhinoplasty are almost always thrilled with their decision to have had the procedure. They report heightened self-esteem and improved breathing. Complications are rare and scarring is usually inconspicuous.

If you’re considering a rhinoplasty, you do need to have realistic expectations. Patients who request noses like certain celebrities often don’t realize that noses must fit the face. While a patient may think he’d like to have George Clooney’s nose, it may be the wrong look completely for the patient’s face.

What would you like to change about the appearance of your nose? Do you feel that your nose has:
·    Too large of a size?
·    Too small of a size?
·    A feminine appearance?
·    A tip that droops too much?
·    A bulbous tip?
·    Nostrils that are too big?
·    Too much protrusion?
·    Too much of a bump?
·    A tip that is too bent up?
·    Too much depression at the bridge?

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Phoenix Plastic Surgeon