The most beautiful features of the face are the eyes, the smile, and the skin. The nose should blend with the surrounding facial structures. If a person’s nose is out of proportion with the face, it will bring attention to the area and away from the beautiful facial features. Rhinoplasty is the best option to create a nose that blends with the other facial features and improves the overall facial balance. Dr. Jonathan Kulbersh is very skilled in rhinoplasty surgery as he was trained in Beverly Hills by some of the top facial plastic surgeons in the country. He is double board certified in facial plastic surgery and otolaryngology so he is well versed in both the aesthetic and functional aspects of the nose.
If you would like to learn more and schedule a rhinoplasty consultation with Dr. Kulbersh, call us at (704) 842-3644 today. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have and schedule an appointment at your convenience.
Rhinoplasty is an umbrella term referring to surgery of the nose. Rhinoplasty may be done for many reasons, including both functional and aesthetic. It can help to reshape the nose into a more harmonious balance with the rest of the face, and correct breathing problems. A successful rhinoplasty can have long lasting and positive changes for patients. Of all plastic surgery procedures, rhinoplasty requires both impeccable attention to detail and an artistic eye. For these reasons, it is important to choose a facial plastic surgeon that has a passion for rhinoplasty surgery, the proper training, and commonly performs the surgery.
Nasal Obstruction Surgery
Nasal obstruction occurs when the nasal passages become narrow or obstructed, leading to difficulty breathing. Difficulty breathing can in turn lead to fatigue, loss of energy, lower quality of life, and snoring. Nasal obstruction surgery can help to clear blocked nasal passages, allowing for easier breathing and restoring a better quality of life. The common causes of nasal obstruction that can be corrected during surgery are a deviated septum, and large turbinates, or narrowed nasal valves.
Septoplasty is a fairly common procedure that is used to correct a deviated septum. The septum is what divides the nostrils, and if it becomes deviated for any reason, whether from birth or because of an accident, it can lead to difficulty breathing. A septoplasty surgery can help to restore the septum to its correct location, thus correcting your breathing problems and improving your quality of life.
A rhinoplasty performed on anyone under the age of 20 is considered a teen rhinoplasty. When performing nose surgery on a young patient, there are many factors to take into consideration, including sculpting a nose that is symmetrical, natural looking, and will continue to look good as the teen grows into their facial features. Teenage rhinoplasty is a delicate, complex procedure that requires a very skilled surgeon with an eye for detail and knowledge of how changing facial features might affect how the nose looks in the future. Dr. Kulbersh is a double board certified facial plastic surgeon who has performed many successful teen rhinoplasties, and always takes the patient’s goals into account, rather than performing one-size-fits-all procedures.
Ethnic rhinoplasty is a common name for rhinoplasty surgery performed on non-Caucasian patients. Different ethnicities have different cultural standards of beauty as well as different features than Caucasians. These unique characteristic are important to take this into account when reshaping the nose. Facial harmony is the most important consideration when performing ethnic rhinoplasty, and Dr. Kulbersh has the skill necessary to create a beautiful and harmonious nose for all his patients.
Revision rhinoplasty refers to the correction of a previous rhinoplasty which did not achieve a satisfactory result. If a primary rhinoplasty procedure results in a poor aesthetic outcome or functional problems, such as difficulty breathing, a revision rhinoplasty may be necessary in order to correct the problems and help the patient achieve the nose they wanted in the first place. Revision rhinoplasty requires an extremely skilled facial plastic surgeon, as it is a complex and can be a challenging surgery. Dr. Kulbersh has performed many revision rhinoplasty procedures over the years, and has a high success rate.
A tip rhinoplasty is a procedure in which the bulbous, wide, or fatty end of the nose is refined to be more aesthetically pleasing. A bulbous or rounded tip of the nose can make the nose appear too wide, too big, or asymmetrical. Creating a more proportional nasal tip requires a careful finesse that comes from years of experience and expert training. Dr. Kulbersh has an exceptionally high success rate in performing tip rhinoplasty.
Rhinoplasty for Nasal Hump
A rhinoplasty for a nasal hump involves simply removing a bump of bone, cartilage or both from the bridge of the nose in order to create a straighter or less prominent profile. The extent to which the hump is removed may depend on the patient’s preference, as some patients would like to maintain a certain ethnic or familial features. Removing a nasal hump while also achieving the best aesthetic and functional outcome requires particular skill and judgment, not unlike an artist. Dr. Kulbersh places his patients’ needs and goals first and foremost when performing when performing each nasal hump removal to provide personalized, beautiful results.
Fairview Surgical Suites and Fairview Recovery Retreat
For the ultimate in one-on-one aesthetic facial surgery and recovery, Dr. Kulbersh opened Fairview Surgical Suites and Fairview Recovery Retreat. The state-of-the-art single operating theater ensures that patients receive expert treatment from medical professionals and staff who are focused solely on a single procedure at a time. The pristine spa-like recovery center allows patients to recover in a peaceful, luxurious setting with 5-star hotel amenities. Both facilities are designed to maximize your results and ensure a speedy recovery with the highest level of care.
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