With over 20 years of surgical experience in performing rhinoplasty, I have implemented innovative surgical and non-surgical techniques to ensure my patients natural and aesthetically pleasing results. Whether a patient wishes to change the length of the bridge or eliminate a deviated septum that causes breathing problems, we will determine which technique provides you the appearance that you desire. With a specialty in ethnic rhinoplasty, I have produced natural-looking results for patients of diverse backgrounds including African-American, Hispanic/Latino and Asian. By incorporating the use of facial fillers, I am able to rejuvenate the appearance of the nose and surrounding areas.
Composed of naturally-occurring substances found in the human body, facial fillers such as Juvéderm®, Expression® and Restylane® help to restore lost facial volume and smoothes wrinkles and lines. Also known as dermal fillers or just simply fillers, these treatments are great if you have moderate to minimal signs of aging or to help maintain your plastic surgery results. While these are typically injected in the cheeks, mouth area, and jaw line, I also like to use fillers to resolve nose issues.
Fillers can improve the appearance of nasolabial folds and the cheeks for a more balanced, youthful result. They can also be administered to the nasal dorsum as a non-surgical alternative for rhinoplasty. As an alternative to grafting cartilage for the nose, facial fillers can be used to restore the same volume. By adding volume, I can straighten the bridge or enhance a flattened appearance. Patients also enjoy the benefits of minimal to no downtime and quick, short injections to treat targeted areas. However, while fillers can improve the bridge, tip, and base of the nose, it does not have permanent results like a rhinoplasty procedure and will require additional treatments over time.
If you are interested in nose surgery or another procedure I perform, please contact Southern Plastic Surgery, P.C. today. Be sure to connect with me, Dr. David Whiteman, on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ for plastic surgery news.