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5 out of 5 stars Botox
In addition to his expertise, Dr. Humphrey is extremely kind and caring. He really took the time to listen to my concerns, go over the pros and cons of the different treatments, and helped me chose the best options for my concerns. Additionally, it was so reassuring to have an actual Facial Plastic Surgeon do the injecting and I am so happy with my results. The entire office staff was...
5 out of 5 stars Rhinoplasty
I had a rhinoplasty in done by Dr. Clinton Humphrey in Kansas City 11 months ago. Right after I got the cast off I was crushed because it was so high (nostrils showed a lot), wide, and slightly crooked (leans to the left). He assured me it would come down. It hasn't. Look at my question for a before photo and photos at 1 month out from surgery. Here are some photos from 11 months out. As you...
4 out of 5 stars Rhinoplasty
I have been teased about my nose since I entered middle school. Everything of mine matured early and seemed to stop growing when I turned 13, except my nose. It seemed like every year it got bigger and bigger. When I moved to a new school, people would make fun of me and call me Tucan Sam and when they saw me would yell "Tuci Tuci!". I have also been called Jew nose and other...
Clinton D. Humphrey, MD, FACS is a facial plastic surgeon and board-certified otolaryngologist/head and neck surgeon. Dr. Humphrey is currently an Associate Professor of Facial Plastic Surgery at Kansas University Medical Center.
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Awards & Recognition
KC Magazine Super Docs 2016
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: University of Missouri
Medical: MD, University of Missouri School of Medicine
Post-Medical School TrainingResidency: Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery, University of Kansas Medical Center
Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, University of Illinois-Chicago Medical Center
Treatments offered at KU Facial Plastic Surgery
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Nostril asymmetry following rhinoplasty is a common problem. There are many potential causes including over resection of cartilage, inconsistent... READ MORE
A straightforward septoplasty typically requires only about 30 minutes of operative time. However, revision and post-traumatic septoplasty procedures... READ MORE
Enophthalmos, or a sunken appearing eye, may develop only after swelling resolves during the weeks following a facial injury that includes a facial... READ MORE
While some advocate for using injectable fillers to perform "non-surgical rhinoplasty," this can require the injection of a large volume of product... READ MORE
Nostril asymmetry is a common problem following rhinoplasty surgery. A common cause of arched or retracted nostrils is aggressive resection of the... READ MORE
Following Kybella treatments, it is typical to experience swelling, firmness, and tenderness in the treated area. Initially, the area where the fat... READ MORE
The skin on the face and nose typically heals quickly, and 5 to 7 days would typically be the timeline for removal of sutures used for repair of... READ MORE
Anytime that a nosebleed occurs following blunt trauma to the nose, a fracture is possibility. Not all fractures require surgical intervention. But,... READ MORE
Your profile is actually looking quite nice! The appearance right now is consistent with expected postoperative swelling. I do not see a pollybeak... READ MORE
This is a common problem following rhinoplasty procedures where cartilage has been removed to refine the appearance of the nasal tip. It is possible... READ MORE
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Dr. Clinton Humphrey discusses what one should expect for recovering following a rhinoplasty surgery and possible non-surgical alternatives, live in Nashville at AAFPRS 2016. WATCH VIDEO
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