They say had the nose of Cleopatra been smaller, it would have changed the history of the earth.
The face and particularly the nose is the first thing people notice, more so when you look at the profile. No wonder people, in particular TV personalities, have “their nose done”
The plastic surgery of the nose presents many challenges and it is said to be the most difficult to perform in our field.
The shape of the nose varies with age, with gender, and with ethnic background.
Dr. Haddad knows the nose “inside out” given his original background in rhinoplasty. He has performed 10,000 procedures in the field.
Rhinoplasty or a nose job is a very popular procedure that can make profound differences not only in the balance of facial features but also in a person’s self-esteem.
There are usually two types of people who want rhinoplasty or nose jobs, if you are in any way unhappy with the shape of your nose of if you have trouble breathing.
A nose that is too large, too small, or otherwise misshapen can negatively affect our entire facial appearance in a very powerful way. Since the nose is the central and often the most prominent facial feature, the beauty and harmony of your face can be exceptionally enhanced with a carefully crafted rhinoplasty procedure. In addition, nasal shape can affect function as well as form, given the nose’s significant role in breathing.
Rhinoplasty or nose jobs are very popular amongst Orange County cosmetic surgery patients.
For decades, one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures has been the nose job, or rhinoplasty. The reasons for its continued popularity lie in the ability of a good nose job to completely transform an individual’s appearance by bringing all of the facial features into a better symmetry. Nose jobs can also create subtle changes, correcting small flaws or asymmetries.
There is an enormous amount of flexibility associated with nose jobs – they may be combined with almost any number of other procedures, such as chin augmentations, facelifts, or blepharoplasty. A nose job is also one of the few plastic surgery procedures that may be covered by insurance; a condition known as deviated septum can be treated through a nose job, and some insurance companies will cover the procedure even if cosmetic steps are taken as well (such as thinning the bridge).