Wide Nose Rhinoplasty | Nose Job Recovery | Newport Beach California
Patients come to Dr. Kevin Sadati from across Orange County because they know he is an expert in the rhinoplasty procedure. The rhinoplasty is commonly referred to as the nose job, and it is a cosmetic surgery designed to improve the appearance and structure of a person’s nose. However, each individual patient from Newport Beach has different issues that they want to address with this procedure. Some patients want to remove a bump or hump on their nasal bridge while others want to reduce the size of their nose. In addition, some patients want to reduce the width of their nasal base with a wide nose rhinoplasty. Facts About the Wide Nose Rhinoplasty People who feel that they have a wide nose or large nostrils often actually have a wide nasal base. The nasal base is considered the place where the nostrils meet a person’s face. The nasal base consists of the nasal sill, columella and alar insertion. The wide nasal base is typically caused by a wide nasal sill, which can be narrowed through a sill excision technique. When utilizing this technique, Dr. Kevin Sadati removes a part of the nasal sill through a linear incision. Considering the incision is a small line, it is usually well hidden on most patients, allowing a person who has a wide nose rhinoplasty to enjoy natural-looking results. The sill excision technique is only used if the sill is the cause of the wide nose appearance. He takes expert calculations and makes precise incisions in order to ensure that the new nasal base looks natural against the bridge of the nose. He does not want to reduce the size of a person’s nostrils or narrow the base of the nose so much that the bridge appears to be bulging over the nasal tip. In addition, he doesn’t want to make minor adjustments and leave the nose looking wide even after the operation. He takes time to ensure every patient will achieve natural-looking and stunning results after the completion of the procedure. Dr. Kevin Sadati has been performing the rhinoplasty procedure for the past 10 years, and he recognizes that there is no one approach that works for every single patient. He takes the time to get to know each patient on a personal level and determine what needs to be addressed in their particular situation. If you feel that this is a procedure that might benefit you, take the time to contact Dr. Kevin Sadati’s office today to set up your free cosmetic consultation.
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