Nose Job Essex County Massachusetts

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 Essex County Massachusetts 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?

According to RealSelf.com, a rhinoplasty is a “surgical procedure that changes the size or shape of your nose.” People who are dissatisfied with the size, shape, angle or bridge of their nose of their may wish to book a consultation with an expert rhinoplasty surgeon in Essex County:

  • Altering Nose Size. Many people feel that their nose is too prominent and that it distracts from their other facial features. Dr. Markarian helps patients refine the aesthetic of their nose for a more subtle look.
  • Altering the Angle of the Nose. Though there are many different nose angles, most patients refer to the nasal tip. A nasal tip that projects slightly upwards is associated with a feminine aesthetic, whereas less projection may be seen as more masculine. Dr. Markarian can refine patient’s nasal tips to achieve their desired outcome.
  • Breathing Issues. Nose surgery is frequently performed to correct breathing issues, often due to a deviated septum, for example. This can often be referred to as a septoplasty. Dr. Markarian performs rhinoplasty, septoplasty and septorhinoplasty surgery.
  • Dorsal Hump Reduction. Another common complaint from patients seeking surgical rhinoplasty is that there is a prominent bump on the bridge of their nose. Dr. Markarian performs dorsal hump reduction surgery for patients who want to achieve a flatter nasal bridge.

If you are considering a Nose Job in Essex County, the next step may be to seek the advice of a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon. You can book a consultation with Dr. Markarian to discuss your aesthetic goals. He recommends collecting photographs of other patients or celebrities that emulate your desired outcome.

How to Choose A Nose Job Surgeon in Essex County Massachusetts?

Dr. Markarian recommends that any patient considering or seeking plastic surgery; whether surgical or non-surgical; should only book consultations with Board Certified Plastic Surgeons. They should also consider the plastic surgeon’s expertise in their procedure of interest and read any reviews that they have on Google or RealSelf; for example. New patients should also consider how comfortable they feel when they meet with plastic surgeons.

Dr. Markarian’s Awards, Certifications and Educational achievements include:

  • 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

How much does a Nose Job Cost in Essex County Massachusetts?

One of patients’ main concerns about a Nose Job, or Rhinoplasty, is the cost of the surgery. This can lead them to delay for years and continue being unhappy with their appearance and suffering with low self-esteem. In our Blog Rhinoplasty Cost: How Can I Afford It?, we discovered that the total cost of a Nose Job ranges from between $6,000 and $15,000. This will usually include all hospital and anaesthesia 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 in Essex County Massachusetts

Dr. Markarian understands the delicate interplay of nose surgeries and facial aesthetics. He always tells his patients that rhinoplasty procedures require incredible attention to detail. Dr. Markarian always personalizes his consultations and surgeries to create a natural appearance that achieves his patient’s desired outcomes.

Dr. Markarian prides himself on nose reshaping that complements his patient’s overall facial appearance. If you are interested in a female nose job in Essex County, perhaps read his reviews or see some of his before and after pictures before booking a complimentary Virtual Consultation.

Male Nose Job in Essex County Massachusetts

The reasons for wanting a rhinoplasty and the desired aesthetic can differ between men and women. Though women also suffer broken noses, Dr. Markarian has many more male patients who are looking to rectify a broken nose from many years ago, or who request his services in the Emergency Room to repair a nasal fracture.

You can read our blog to learn more about Broken Nose Treatment.

Men also share similar complaints about the size, shape and angle of their nose, including breathing issues and having a prominent bump on their nose.

If you are interested in a male nose job in Essex County, perhaps read his reviews or see some of his before and after pictures before booking a complimentary Virtual Consultation.

Contact The Office

Undertaking a Nose Job in Essex County Massachusetts is a big, and very personal decision. Dr. Markarian encourages his patients to carry out as much research as possible and ensure they seek the advice of a Board-Certified Plastic surgeon.

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.

Office Directions from Essex County

Suitable for patients coming from:

Beverly (01915), Clifton (01945), Danvers (01923), Gloucester (01930, 01931), Hamilton (01936, 01938, 01982, 01984), Lynn (01901, 01902, 01903, 01904, 01905, 01910), Manchester (01944), Marblehead (01945), Peabody (01960, 01961), Rockport (01966), Saugus (01905), Salem (01915, 01944, 01970, 01971) or Swampscott (01905).

  • Get on I-95 N
  • Follow I-95 N to MA-113 E/Storey Ave. in Newburyport. Take exit 57 from I-95 N
  • Continue on MA-113 E to your destination
  • Turn right onto MA-113 E/Storey Ave (signs for Newburyport/Newbury)
  • Turn right onto Arlington St
  • Turn left onto Highland Ave
  • Turn right
  • Destination will be on the left

Newburyport Office

Address:
21 Highland Ave, Suite 9,
Newburyport, MA 01950
Tel: 855-444-8112

Hours Open:
Monday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
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
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

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Anna Jacques Hospital

Address:
25 Highland Ave,
Newburyport, MA 01950
Tel: 978-463-1000

Hours Open:
Monday: Open 24 Hours
Tuesday: Open 24 Hours
Wednesday: Open 24 Hours
Thursday: Open 24 Hours
Friday: Open 24 Hours
Saturday: Open 24 Hours
Sunday: Open 24 Hours

Emerson Hospital

Address:
133 Old Rd to 9 Acre Corner ,
Concord, MA 01742
Tel: 978-369-1400

Hours Open:
Monday: Open 24 Hours
Tuesday: Open 24 Hours
Wednesday: Open 24 Hours
Thursday: Open 24 Hours
Friday: Open 24 Hours
Saturday: Open 24 Hours
Sunday: Open 24 Hours

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