Rhinoplasty

What a Rhinoplasty Can Correct

Rhinoplasty is an Art & Science Rhinoplasty is a true art. Yet, the procedure entails not only visible differences. The cosmetic result relies on structural changes that are not seen.  That is, the overall result of the rhinoplasty is equally determined by support as it is with the visible changes.  […]

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Addition Rhinoplasty: Sometimes Bigger IS Better with Nose Surgery

Rhinoplasty: A Case Study by Tim Neavin, M.D. Rhinoplasty comes in many forms. When people think of nose surgery to improve appearance, most commonly we think about making noses smaller.  That is, big dorsal humps being rasped or shaved down, or bulbous or full tips being trimmed and narrowed. Indeed, […]

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Rhinoplasty and Facial Reshaping with Fat

A Case Study by Tim Neavin, M.D. Virtually all women want a feminine nose. While opinions of the aesthetic nose ideal differ, most would agree that a feminine nose can be characterized by a few things. They are rather small, have a slight break off point as the nose slopes […]

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Happy Day in the Office

What a fun day in Beverly Hills! Christmas weekend is over and the sun is out in all its glory. I saw a lot of happy patients today in the office today. Patient 1 Patient 1 is a recent rhinoplasty who unwrapped her Christmas gift that was hidden under a […]

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Umbilical Hernia

The short on umbilical hernias Today was a fun day to be a plastic surgeon despite having to travel in the rain to the hospital.  A rare event to say the least in sunny Los Angeles. The best part of the day came when I operated on a dear friend […]

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Rhinoplasty Approaches

Los Angeles is home to millions of noses, and hence, thousands of nose-jobs (or rhinoplasties). Noses come in many sizes and shapes. Some small, some big, some wide, and some “pinched’. In Beverly Hills, one would think that the main function of the nose is to provide rest for Gucci […]

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