Don’t settle for an injured, dysfunctional, or ill-fitting nose. Get your nose in shape with CT ENT’s Facial Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Waters
Your nose plays more than one role in your life. Not only is it vital to your health and breathing, it’s also at the center of your face and one of the first things people notice. You deserve to have a nose that you’re proud of and that functions as intended.
If you want to breathe properly out of your nose, correct an injury or birth defect, or improve your nose’s appearance, rhinoplasty from Dr. Waters, may be the right choice for you.
The consequences of delaying a needed rhinoplasty.
Every patient who undergoes a rhinoplasty has a unique issue that will be carefully examined by their Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) doctor. The doctors here at CT ENT have decades of experience helping patients throughout Fairfield County, Connecticut, Westchester County, New York, and beyond improve their ENT health.
Depending on your unique condition, delaying a rhinoplasty could affect your long-term health. Since nose jobs, another term for rhinoplasty, are often recommended to repair injuries and correct problems associated with breathing, they can directly impact your ability to breathe out of your nose, which dictates everything from the amount of oxygen your brain is receiving to your quality of sleep at night.
If you believe that your nose is negatively affecting your health, we encourage you to schedule an appointment today. We will examine your issue, explore treatment options, and work with you to develop a treatment plan. It all starts with a consultation. Get started by requesting an appointment below.
What exactly is a rhinoplasty (nose job)?
Rhinoplasty, commonly known as a “nose job,” is a surgical procedure conducted by an ENT surgeon to change the shape of your nose, including internal and external parts of your nose. Due to the versatility of the procedure, rhinoplasty can be a solution for patients looking to alter the appearance of their nose or to improve their ability to breathe from their nose.
Your nose consists of bones, cartilage, a septum, skin, and tissues. Rhinoplasty involves removing and/or reshaping bone, cartilage, or skin. Select rhinoplasty procedures, determined by the ENT, may involve changing all three.
Rhinoplasty is performed as an outpatient procedure and does not require a lengthy hospital stay. It can be conducted under general or local anesthesia. After anesthesia is administered, the surgeon will make necessary cuts in the nostrils and along the base of the nose if needed, and then reshaped for better function and appearance.
There’s no need to worry about your procedure. Facial Cosmetic Surgeon, Dr. Waters will guide you through the procedure in advance and explain what will be done and why based on the structure of your face and nose, health, wants, and needs.