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5 out of 5 stars Rhinoplasty
Excellent. I couldn't breathe and had a nose damaged from high school basketball injuries. Dr. Kriet was kind, professional, and effective. I've never breathed so well. I wish I would have done this surgery twenty years ago.
Dr. Kriet is very experienced and knowledgeable in revision rhinoplasty. He has a good eye for spotting deformities and explaining what is needed to fix them. Dr. Kriet has a likeable personality and has always been very patient and willing to listen to all my questions. He is not quick to dismiss any concerns you may want to discuss. He may not have the very best bedside manor but I would rank it pretty high as far as surgeons go! His staff is kind and appointments typically run on time. Dr. Kriet and his nurses will act as your advocate during the entire rhinoplasty and if needed, revision process. He guarantees his work. His office may not look like many other fancy plastic surgeon facilities but that is because he focuses on his specialty rather than his decor.
5 out of 5 stars Rhinoplasty
His staff and he did not mind at all when I requested another last minute consultation which was reassuring. I really do appreciate his main nurse. She has always been very kind, patient, and willing to return any call I made to her with some eager answers paired with some unexpected words of comfort. The only thing that my deter someone is the appearance of their office. It is within an actual clinic so it is not as fancy as some plastic surgery places. I didn't care about that because I know of his experience and reputation around the Kanas City area and I am absolutely convinced he is the best plastic and reconstructive surgeon around! I pray that my results live up to his reputation.
5 out of 5 stars Lower Face Lift
I would recommend Dr. Kriet wholeheartedly to anyone considering facial plastic surgery.
Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS)
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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolMedical: MD, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine
Post-Medical School TrainingResidency: Otolaryngology, University of Washington
Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Oregon Health and Sciences University
Treatments offered at KU Facial Plastic Surgery
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Thanks for your question. First off, you are doing the right thing by scheduling a consultation. Make sure they are an experienced rhinoplasty surgeon... READ MORE
Sorry to hear about your accident but glad things are moving forward! You really need to ask your ankle surgeon about timing but I don't see any... READ MORE
It is unlikely that you harmed your nose with a q-tip. It is not uncommon to see a small amount of bloody drainage this far out from surgery. I would... READ MORE
Thanks for your question. You should chose a surgeon with extensive experience in rhinoplasty. This is true regardless of the surgeon's background.... READ MORE
Thanks for your question. Patients with thick skin heal slower than those with thinner skin. Swelling takes longer to resolve and the nasal definition... READ MORE
Sorry you are having discomfort at your scar. Very often, a dissolvable suture is placed under the tissues in this area to relieve the tension on the... READ MORE
Thanks for your question! The procedure to correct the deviated septum varies depending on the severity of the deviation. In your case, you have at... READ MORE
The short answer is absolutely! It is important to coordinate care between your surgeon and infectious disease physician to make sure your immune... READ MORE
Thanks for your question! It is certainly possible to reduce a dorsal hump during a rhinoplasty. If you are happy with your tip then it does not... READ MORE
Thanks for your question! Mouth breathing can have multiple causes. You correctly identified your nostril asymmetry suggesting a deviation of the... READ MORE
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