Rhinoplasty (Nasal Surgery)

Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that reshapes, contours and improves the function of the nose. People seek rhinoplasty for many reasons—cosmetic refinement, correct breathing difficulties and birth defects.

Nasal surgery can correct a deviated septum and nasal turbinate cautery which improves nasal airway function. Nasal implants can improve the appearance of the nose whereas cartilage grafts using either septal nose or conchal ear cartilage can augment or correct the shape of the nose.

Dr. Miller has a detailed understanding of nasal anatomy and function given his background in reconstructive facial surgery and board certification in Otolaryngology (ENT). Rhinoplasty requires three-dimensional knowledge of anatomy, nasal function, and an artistic eye for natural beauty.

Procedure

Rhinoplasty can take 2-4 hours depending on the condition and complexity of the nose. Most of the incisions for nose surgery are hidden inside of the nostril. External incisions may be hidden in the creases where the nose meets the cheek.

Anesthesia

Rhinoplasty is done under general anesthesia at an accredited surgery center.

Recovery

Patients can return to work or school at the end of one week after nasal surgery. Most patients see immediate pleasing results when the nasal cast is removed at the end of one week. Patients should expect swelling and bruising which typically resolves within one week. Patients should avoid any contact sports for 1 month following surgery to avoid unnecessary injuries.

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Common Conditions

Dr. Miller performs rhinoplasty (nasal surgery) to correct or improve the appearance of common conditions such as

  • • Crooked Nose
  • • Wide Nose
  • • Long Nose
  • • Short Nose
  • • Sports Injury
  • • Breathing Improvement
  • • Nasal Blockages
  • • Nasal Hump Reduction
  • • Tip Elevation
  • • Tip Plasty
  • • Tip Lifting/Shortening
  • • Nostril Narrowing
  • • Nose Bridge Narrowing
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What People Are Saying

"I couldn’t have been happier with both the results and the ease of the recovery process. The procedure was completely free of discomfort and Dr. Miller, his assistant and the staff deserve high marks for how considerate and caring they are. Dr. Miller is personable and certainly highly skilled. I am thrilled with the outcome even at this early date with my upper blepharoplasty. I was able to return to work within days with a small amount of bruising. Two weeks later, I am nearly free of all evidence of the procedure, exuding confidence and happiness with my younger looking eyes, and all without a single dose of prescription or over-the-counter pain relief."
- Deanna B.

    Before and After Photos

Rhinoplasty (Nasal Surgery)

Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that reshapes, contours and improves the function of the nose. People seek rhinoplasty for many reasons—cosmetic refinement, correct breathing difficulties and birth defects.

Nasal surgery can correct a deviated septum and nasal turbinate cautery which improves nasal airway function. Nasal implants can improve the appearance of the nose whereas cartilage grafts using either septal nose or conchal ear cartilage can augment or correct the shape of the nose.

Dr. Miller has a detailed understanding of nasal anatomy and function given his background in reconstructive facial surgery and board certification in Otolaryngology (ENT). Rhinoplasty requires three-dimensional knowledge of anatomy, nasal function, and an artistic eye for natural beauty.

Procedure

Rhinoplasty can take 2-4 hours depending on the condition and complexity of the nose. Most of the incisions for nose surgery are hidden inside of the nostril. External incisions may be hidden in the creases where the nose meets the cheek.

Anesthesia

Rhinoplasty is done under general anesthesia at an accredited surgery center.

Recovery

Patients can return to work or school at the end of one week after nasal surgery. Most patients see immediate pleasing results when the nasal cast is removed at the end of one week. Patients should expect swelling and bruising which typically resolves within one week. Patients should avoid any contact sports for 1 month following surgery to avoid unnecessary injuries.

Hide Info

Common Conditions

Dr. Miller performs rhinoplasty (nasal surgery) to correct or improve the appearance of common conditions such as

  • • Crooked Nose
  • • Wide Nose
  • • Long Nose
  • • Short Nose
  • • Sports Injury
  • • Breathing Improvement
  • • Nasal Blockages
  • • Nasal Hump Reduction
  • • Tip Elevation
  • • Tip Plasty
  • • Tip Lifting/Shortening
  • • Nostril Narrowing
  • • Nose Bridge Narrowing
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What People Are Saying

"I could no longer stand how my jawline was meshing in with my neck forming this double chin. I finally got it fixed after years of comtemplation. My healing time was quick and I’m very satisfied with the results."
- Michael T.

    Before and After Photos

Rhinoplasty (Nasal Surgery)

Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that reshapes, contours and improves the function of the nose. People seek rhinoplasty for many reasons—cosmetic refinement, correct breathing difficulties and birth defects.

Nasal surgery can correct a deviated septum and nasal turbinate cautery which improves nasal airway function. Nasal implants can improve the appearance of the nose whereas cartilage grafts using either septal nose or conchal ear cartilage can augment or correct the shape of the nose.

Dr. Miller has a detailed understanding of nasal anatomy and function given his background in reconstructive facial surgery and board certification in Otolaryngology (ENT). Rhinoplasty requires three-dimensional knowledge of anatomy, nasal function, and an artistic eye for natural beauty.

Procedure

Rhinoplasty can take 2-4 hours depending on the condition and complexity of the nose. Most of the incisions for nose surgery are hidden inside of the nostril. External incisions may be hidden in the creases where the nose meets the cheek.

Anesthesia

Rhinoplasty is done under general anesthesia at an accredited surgery center.

Recovery

Patients can return to work or school at the end of one week after nasal surgery. Most patients see immediate pleasing results when the nasal cast is removed at the end of one week. Patients should expect swelling and bruising which typically resolves within one week. Patients should avoid any contact sports for 1 month following surgery to avoid unnecessary injuries.

Hide Info

Common Conditions

Dr. Miller performs rhinoplasty (nasal surgery) to correct or improve the appearance of common conditions such as

  • • Crooked Nose
  • • Wide Nose
  • • Long Nose
  • • Short Nose
  • • Sports Injury
  • • Breathing Improvement
  • • Nasal Blockages
  • • Nasal Hump Reduction
  • • Tip Elevation
  • • Tip Plasty
  • • Tip Lifting/Shortening
  • • Nostril Narrowing
  • • Nose Bridge Narrowing
Hide Info

What People Are Saying

"I couldn’t have been happier with both the results and the ease of the recovery process. The procedure was completely free of discomfort and Dr. Miller, his assistant and the staff deserve high marks for how considerate and caring they are. Dr. Miller is personable and certainly highly skilled. I am thrilled with the outcome even at this early date with my upper blepharoplasty. I was able to return to work within days with a small amount of bruising. Two weeks later, I am nearly free of all evidence of the procedure, exuding confidence and happiness with my younger looking eyes, and all without a single dose of prescription or over-the-counter pain relief."
- Deanna B.