“The best laid plans of mice and men”?… An unfortunate fact of life is that not everything goes exactly as it should. Or, maybe it goes ‘as it should’…but, not how WE want it too. You were so excited to redesign your nose, and have rhinoplasty surgery. But, when the bandages were removed – you didn’t like what you saw? Are you thinking, “I loved the cheek implants the surgeon gave me last Spring – why don’t I like my new nose?” It turns out the surgeon is THE BEST at implants, but you failed to find out that this is only their 4th nose surgery. Uh Oh…what to do? That is when a ‘Revision Plastic Surgeon’ takes over. Their skill is ‘fixing what others broke’ and making it look better than ever. If a surgeon does not do a good job the first time – sometimes it’s better to start fresh with an expert in revision. They have the technology…let them “make it better”.
Do you like your nose…but, wish you could make just a few tiny corrections? Maybe lift the tip, or make it more symmetrical – without having to undergo a complete rhinoplasty surgery? Then, read on. Non-surgical nose surgery can straighten, redefine and correct irregularities and it is a great choice for people who want ‘just a little work done, yet wish to retain their ethnicity. There is no anesthesia; it takes about 15 minutes and costs much less than a traditional nose job. Check your area to find out who does non-surgical nose surgery.
Rhinoplasty was one of the first, and is still, one of the most socially-acceptable procedures in plastic surgery. At least most of the world is comfortable with it. Apparently it is taboo in certain regions. Newly elected Egyptian legislator, Anwar al-Bikimy was expelled and forced to tender his resignation after leaders of his political party, al-Nour, found that the bandages on his face were not the result of a beating by gunmen, as they had been told; but, were after-care for a nose job. It is hard to imagine a place where having plastic surgery could cost you your job. Luckily, we have no such societal restraints in our country. Having nose surgery is OUR choice, and it should be! Our sympathy goes out to Anwar al-Bikimy. We hope his new nose looks fantastic!