Nasal Surgery

Recreating the human nose is possibly one of the most difficult challenges facing reconstructive surgeons. Dr. Congdon understands it is one of the most important structures on the body for facial identity and appearance.

Surgery of the nose where cartilage and bone are reshaped and reconstructed; excess bone or cartilage may be removed.

Is Rhinoplasty right for you?
As with all facial plastic surgery, good health and realistic expectations are prerequisites. Understanding nasal surgery is also critical. Since there is no ideal in rhinoplasty, our goal is to improve the nose aesthetically, making it harmonize better with your other facial features.
Skin type, ethnic background, and age are important factors to be considered in discussions with your surgeon prior to surgery. Before the nose is altered, a young patient must reach full growth, usually around age 15 or 16. Exceptions are cases in which breathing is severely impaired.

With our specialized imaging system we can take your photograph and show you how you may look after a rhinoplasty.

Case Study

Rhinoplasty with chin implant
Before and After

Before and After