Nose Refinement

The Philadelphia Area’s Rhinoplasty Experts


The nose, as the central, most prominent feature on your face, plays a major role in defining balance of your facial features. When the nose is out of balance, or does not complement the face, it can seriously affect self-image and confidence. In most cases, the specific characteristics of the nose are the result of heredity. If the size or shape of your nose bothers you, rhinoplasty may be the answer. It improves the appearance and can also correct impaired breathing caused by structural defects in the nose.

This procedure can be performed alone or in conjunction with cosmetic surgery. Surgery of the nose is best performed when facial growth is complete, beginning around age 15. Cosmetic surgery of the nose is an individualized procedure that takes into account all the specific characteristics that contribute to the overall appearance of the nose in relation to facial features.

Sometimes in order to achieve your desired look, surgery is the best option. Our affiliation with the board-certified plastic surgeons at Kevitch, Chung & Jan gives you access to a full range of surgical solutions.


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Frequently Asked Questions: Nose Refinement

A nose refinement is referred to by doctors as a rhinoplasty, commonly referred to as a nose job. It’s a surgical procedure that is performed to change the shape or look of a nose or improve its function due to trauma or birth defects.
Your rhinoplasty will generally be performed under general anesthesia.
The entire surgery typically lasts no more than two hours.
Rhinoplasty is typically a very safe surgical procedure. The most common risks during a rhinoplasty procedure are infection, adverse reaction to the anesthesia, and excessive bleeding.
Your surgeon will require you to wear a nasal splint for the first 7-10 days after your rhinoplasty. After your surgery, you may have moderate swelling and bruising around your eyes that could last up to two weeks.
When it comes to alternatives to cosmetic rhinoplasty, there are none. But if you’re looking to improve your breathing you can try using nasal strips as a non-surgical means of correcting the issue.