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Profile of a woman's face before and after rhinoplasty.

Rhinoplasty and Your Nose: 4 Facts to Consider

Rhinoplasty (nose surgery) at my Columbia, MO, plastic surgery practice continues to be one of the most requested procedures. It’s likely because even the most subtle changes to the size and shape of the nose can have such a substantial effect on the overall appearance of the face. Even though the cosmetic benefits of the …

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6 Tips for a Shorter Rhinoplasty Recovery

"What's the recovery like?" That's one of the most common questions I hear from men and women considering rhinoplasty surgery at my Columbia plastic surgery practice. Patients worried about the downtime or discomfort involved are typically pleasantly surprised when they learn that rhinoplasty recovery is tolerated quite well by most individuals. Even though every patient …

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Exercising After Rhinoplasty

Patients at my Columbia practice who undergo rhinoplasty are often eager to get back to the gym after surgery. Being cooped up in the house during recovery can understandably drive anyone stir crazy. It's important to have perspective, though, knowing that taking some time off from the gym is worth it once you are healed. …

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The Relationship Between Rhinoplasty and Chin Implants

It may sound a bit cliché, but the hallmarks of an attractive face are harmony and balance. Facial features that either appear out of proportion with the rest of the face, or are slightly asymmetrical, are often the reason someone feels self-conscious about his or her appearance. And when I see a patient considering rhinoplasty …

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Learn considerations before undergoing rhinoplasty in Columbia, MO.

Before You Schedule Your Rhinoplasty, Read This.

Thanks to its ability to improve the look of the entire face and bring other features into proportion, rhinoplasty is exceedingly popular with Columbia men and women of all ages. If you're considering the surgery, you already know the type of results it can create. But you may not be aware of the finer points …

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