rhinoplasty

Plastic surgery predictionsWhat will shape cosmetic medicine in 2018? We asked industry leaders to weigh in with what they think will drive aesthetic medicine’s evolution this year.
Pain control rxA recent study suggests that rhinoplasty patients may need fewer opioids than surgeons think.
Feminizing the faceFacial feminization has become a catch phrase transgender patient procedures, but it’s an approach one surgeon also uses for treating the female face.
Comparing costs: Linio’s Beauty Price IndexThis is how the U.S. stacks up against the world when it comes to costs for beauty products and services.
Bulbous nasal tip reduction: How do you measure?Researchers explain their validated technique, which objectively measures postoperative results of bulbous tip reduction in ethnic patients.
Rhinoplasty affects upper lip projectionMany studies evaluate the relationship between the nose and the upper lip, but this is the first to demonstrate that rhinoplasty can create lip projection.
The nose goes globalJ. Regan Thomas, M.D. says that surgeons (and patients) are embracing a new, global concept of the “ideal” nose.
New clinical practice guideline for rhinoplastyIt’s the first evidence-based guideline for rhinoplasty, and includes recommendations for pre- and post-management patient care to optimize outcomes.
Refining the nose with a needle
Refining the nose with a needleNonsurgical rhinoplasty may provide instant results without the downtime of surgery, but it’s a technique that requires expertise and a strategic approach.
Refining the nose with a needleNonsurgical rhinoplasty may provide instant results without the downtime of surgery, but it’s a technique that requires expertise and a strategic approach.