Nose Job Cambridge, MA
Nose Reshaping, also referred to as a Nose Job or Rhinoplasty, is the third most popular Cosmetic Surgical Procedure, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Many patients from Cambridge, MA tell Dr. Markarian that they have been concerned about their nose for a long time and feel it doesn’t suit their face.
- What is a Nose Job?
- Types of Nose Job
- How to Choose A Nose Job Surgeon
- Nose Job Price
- Female Nose Job
- Male Nose Job
- Contact The Office
- Office Address
- Office Directions from Cambridge, MA
What is a Nose Job in Cambridge, MA?
According to RealSelf.com, a rhinoplasty is a “surgical procedure that changes the size or shape of your nose.”
A rhinoplasty procedure is the most detailed in plastic surgery, according to Dr Markarian, as the smallest adjustment to one area of the nose can affect another. Any issue a patient has with their nose can lead to long-term low self-esteem and one of the most positive outcomes following surgery is that their nose no longer overwhelms their face, renewing confidence.
Over 90% of patients who have Rhinoplasty surgery, believe it was worth it and according to RealSelf, is now the third most popular and requested aesthetic procedure.
People who are suffering because of issues with the size, shape, angle or bridge of their nose may wish to book a consultation with an expert nose job surgeon in Cambridge, MA.
Types of Nose Job in Cambridge, MA
Typically, most patients when discussing the type of nose job they are interested in, mention reshaping, the end result and the benefits this can achieve. Rhinoplasty (open or closed), a septoplasty or a septorhinoplasty all fall under the umbrella of nose reshaping.
Refining a nasal tip (altering the angle of the nose) to achieve the patient’s desired look is one of the procedures performed during rhinoplasty surgery. The angle of a nasal tip which projects slightly upwards is generally thought to be a more feminine aesthetic and less of a projection is seen to be more masculine.
Dorsal Hump Reduction
A prominent bump (dorsal hump) on the bridge of their nose is often one of the issues a patient has with their nose appearance. Dr. Markarian performs this procedure for patients who are looking for a more flattened nasal bridge.
Deviated Septum Correction
A deviated septum may be the cause of breathing issues for some patients and in this case, a septoplasty (deviated septum correction), is performed. Dr. Markarian is an expert in rhinoplasty, septoplasty and septorhinoplasty surgery.
When considering a Nose Job in Cambridge it is advised that you seek consultation with a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon. You can book a professional consultation with Dr. Markarian to discuss any issues you may have and what your aesthetic goals are. Collecting photographs of other patients and/or celebrities that emulate your desired outcome is recommended.
How to Choose A Nose Job Surgeon in Cambridge, MA?
When considering plastic surgery, patients should only book consultations with Board Certified Plastic Surgeons.
Dr. Markarian suggests any patient looking into plastic surgeons should consider their expertise in the procedure and any reviews they have on Google or RealSelf. It is also important that a patient can feel comfortable and confident when in consult with their chosen surgeon.
Dr. Markarian’s Awards, Certifications and Educational achievements include:
- Board-Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery
- RealSelf Verified
- RealSelf Top Doctor
- American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS)
- American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
- Fellow; American College of Surgeons (FACS)
- Undergraduate: Biology and Criminology; University of California; Irvine
- Graduate: MS; Public Health; Epidemiology; Emory University
- Internship: Public Health; Tufts University School of Medicine
- Residency: Plastic Surgery; Saint Louis University
- Fellowship: Aesthetic Plastic Surgery; Harvard University
Nose Job Price
One of the biggest stumbling blocks with rhinoplasty is the cost. This can often lead to a delay in booking surgery, which in turn, leads to prolonged dissatisfaction with their appearance and low self-esteem. Rhinoplasty Cost: How Can I Afford It? is our blog and this indicates the total cost of a nose job can range from between $6000 and $15,000 (usually inclusive of hospital and anesthesia fees).
In our blog, we discuss several options that patients may wish to consider to fund their surgery, including:
- Setting Up A Savings Account
- Checking Your Insurance Policy
- Borrowing a Lump Sum
- Minimizing Recovery Time
Female Nose Job
The interplay of nose surgeries and facial aesthetics is very delicate and Dr. Markarian believes this procedure to be the most detailed cosmetic surgery. His consultations and surgeries are always very personalized in order to create a more natural appearance which is the patient’s desired goal.
Achieving a nose shape which complements his patient’s overall facial appearance is something Dr. Markarian prides himself on. If you are interested in a female nose job in Cambridge, perhaps read his reviews or see some of his before and after pictures before booking a complimentary Virtual Consultation.
Male Nose Job
Although men can suffer the typical issues of size, shape, angle, breathing and a prominent bump on their nose, the reasons for considering rhinoplasty surgery and desired aesthetic, can differ between men and women. Many more male patients (although women also suffer broken noses) who request consultation with Dr. Markarian, are looking to rectify a broken nose from many years ago, or who need his services in the Emergency Room to repair a nasal fracture.
You can read our blog to learn more about Broken Nose Treatment.
If you are interested in a male nose job in Cambridge, perhaps read his reviews or see some of his before and after pictures before booking a complimentary Virtual Consultation.
Contact The Office
Dr. Markarian suggests any patient considering a Nose Job in Cambridge, MA do as much research as possible and should always seek the advice of a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon, as this is a very big and personal decision.
Dr. Markarian advises bringing a list of questions to make the most out of your consultation, including:
- What can realistically be achieved?
- What is involved in the surgery?
- How much could the operation help reach your goals?
- How long will the recovery be?
You can find a list of the most Frequently Asked Questions about Rhinoplasty.
25 Walnut St, Suite 400,
Wellesley, MA 02481
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Tuesday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Wednesday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Friday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Office Directions from Cambridge
- Get on I-90 W in Boston from Dana St, Memorial Dr and Soldiers Field Rd.
- Head SW on Ellery St towards Broadway. Turn left onto Broadway. Turn right onto Dana St. Turn left onto Massachusetts Ave. Turn right onto Bay St.
- Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Green St. Turn left onto Putnam Ave. Turn right onto Flagg St. Turn left onto memorial Dr. Turn right onto Western Ave
- Turn left onto Soldiers Field Rd
- Merge onto I-90 W. Take exit 16 to merge onto MA-16 W/ Washington St towards Wellesley. Slight left onto Wales St/ Walnut St.
- Destination will be on the right.
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