Find out if your problems could be addressed with rhinoplasty.
Have you had a broken nose in the past and embarrassed by how it looks now? Rhinoplasty, also commonly referred to as a “nose job,” can be used to change the look and structure of the nose. But did you know that it can also correct certain nasal issues you may be having? From the office of your Clemmons, NC facial plastic surgeons, Dr. Jordan Wallin and Dr. Brian Downs, find out what rhinoplasty may be able to do for you.
Poorly Set Nose
Maybe you broke your nose while in the heat of a game or it was an accident that happened in childhood. Whatever the case, many people who have broken noses don’t actually get it set or don’t have it set properly. As the nose heals it can heal crooked or develop a noticeable bump. Fortunately, getting rhinoplasty in Clemmons, NC can surgically fix this problem by setting and then splinting the nose to guarantee that your nose heals properly this time.
Even if your nose hasn’t incurred injury, sometimes genetics doesn’t always get it right and you’re left with a nose that’s too wide, too big or simply doesn’t fit the rest of your face proportionately. Luckily, there is something you can do about it. Rhinoplasty is a type of plastic surgery that addresses issues with appearance so that we can give you the ideal nose shape you deserve.
Have you been diagnosed with a deviated septum, in which the wall of tissue between your nostrils is uneven? This may not seem like a big deal, but it can cause some pretty unpleasant breathing and sinus-related issues. If a deviated septum is causing any of these problems for you, rhinoplasty may be your best treatment option.
Deciding whether rhinoplasty is the best treatment option for you can be tough. Knowing some of the ways this treatment can improve your look is helpful, and of course, consulting with your plastic surgeons in Clemmons, NC is also your best option.
Have questions about getting rhinoplasty in Clemmons? Want to find out if you are a good candidate for this cosmetic surgery? Then it’s time you called Wake Forest Baptist Health to schedule a consultation.