The nose is one of the most prominent features on your face. Even minor flaws can have a significant effect on your appearance, which is why so many people elect to have their noses surgically altered. Plastic surgeon Dr. Gloria Duda and Harvard Fellowship-trained plastic surgeon Dr. Munique Maia understand how to create beautiful results that are balanced, proportionate and natural-looking.
If you would like to learn more about rhinoplasty, please contact McLean Plastic Surgery today by completing the form on this page or calling 703-893-1111 to schedule a consultation. We welcome women and men from McLean, Tysons Corner and nearby Fairfax County, Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C.
What Issues Can Rhinoplasty Correct?
Rhinoplasty addresses a number of common cosmetic issues, such as:
- A broken nose
- Nostrils that are asymmetrical or upturned
- Nostrils that are too wide
- Nostrils that are too constricted or narrow
- A crooked, bent or unattractive bridge
- A tip that is too wide, droopy, small or large
- An irregularly shaped nose
Am I a Good Nose Surgery Candidate?
If you want to improve the appearance of your nose, you may likely be a good candidate for rhinoplasty. However, it is important to have realistic expectations for the outcome of your surgery. Your new nose probably won’t look exactly like the nose of your favorite celebrity. Instead, your results will be subtle and refined, bringing balance and proportion to your other facial features. Typically, good candidates for nose surgery:
- Are in good general health
- Have a fully matured nose
- Do not smoke or are willing to quit
Types of Rhinoplasty
As with every procedure at McLean Plastic Surgery, we strive to achieve your unique aesthetic objectives. We take the time to understand what you would like to achieve with rhinoplasty, and determine the best approach to reach your goals. Because of this commitment, all of our rhinoplasty procedures are individually tailored to the patient.
Depending on your unique situation, Dr. Duda or Dr. Maia may recommend either closed or open rhinoplasty.
- Closed Rhinoplasty: All incisions are placed inside the nostrils
- Open Rhinoplasty: The incision is placed along the soft tissue between your nostrils
There are a number of reasons why revision rhinoplasty may be performed. The procedure may be conducted to make minor adjustments soon after the initial surgery, or further down the road to correct other issues. Perhaps your new nose doesn’t look as you had hoped. You may not have healed how you or your previous surgeon had expected. In some cases, the initial results may have looked fine, but changes occurred over time.
Revision rhinoplasty is usually a more technically challenging procedure, and requires the skill and precision of a highly-trained nose surgeon. Dr. Duda and Dr. Maia understand the complexities of revision nose surgery, and possess the skill and artistic sensibilities to produce exceptional results.
Schedule Your Rhinoplasty Consultation Today
To learn more about rhinoplasty and your candidacy for nose job surgery, contact McLean Plastic Surgery today at 703-893-1111 to schedule a consultation. We serve patients from McLean, Tysons Corner and nearby Fairfax County, Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C.