Michigan Rhinoplasty Specialists

Are you searching for the Top Michigan Rhinoplasty Surgeon to handle your procedure? SurgeonGate has you covered. We work with many of the leading rhinoplasty surgeons and nose reshaping specialists in Michigan and can promptly connect you with the most experienced and qualified surgeon in your area. We only trust the most experienced and highly trained surgeons in Michigan, and so should you. Contact us now to get started. You can fill out the form below or give us a call and a leading Michigan rhinoplasty surgeon (or their staff) will reach out to you as soon as possible to discuss your needs.

Rhinoplasty, often referred to as “nose reshaping” or even a “nose job”, significantly enhances a person’s facial symmetry by creating a natural subtle nose that balances the patients face. Rhinoplasty surgery can also be performed to improve nostril breathing for those with structural impairments such a deviated septum.

What Can A Rhinoplasty Surgery Treat?

  • Nasal asymmetry (skewed left or right)
  • Nose size in relation to the jaw and cheekbones
  • Nasal side profile such as a nasal bridge hump/depression
  • Hooked, drooping, bulbous, and other irregular shaped tips
  • Wide, large, upturned, and other irregular nostrils
  • Excessively wide nasal bridge (center) width

What To Remember

When undergoing rhinoplasty surgery, it is important to remember that nobody has a perfectly symmetrical face. In fact, a face that is too symmetrical may appear “altered” or “fake”. In order to achieve a look that patients are most happy with, your SurgeonGate approved rhinoplasty surgeon will aim to craft a nose that is both symmetrical and subtle, yet natural in appearance. 

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Why Your Surgeon Matters

When undergoing a Rhinoplasty procedure it is very important that your surgeon be highly experienced and hold a strong track record for success. An inexperienced surgeon can leave you feeling extremely self-conscious about your results, and many times even worse off than before. When performing a Rhinoplasty either for aesthetic reasons or out of medical necessity it is important that your surgeon be both a physician and biological artist. Properly molding a symmetrical yet natural looking nose is something surgeons can often struggle with, making it a job best done by an expert. You only have one nose to work with, so we recommend you work with the best. Contact us today via the form above or telephone and we will promptly connect you with the most experienced Michigan Rhinoplasty Surgeon, ensuring you’re procedure leaves you feeling happy, confident and fully expressive.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is A Rhinoplasty Right For Me?

Rhinoplasty is a permanent surgery that will forever restructure your nose. If you are on the fence about Rhinoplasty we recommend you arrange a consultation with of our surgeons as they can answer all of the questions on this page with much more detail. Your surgeon may even recommend exploring a non-surgical alternative such as using dermal fillers to smooth out small bumps and create a more natural looking nose without the need for surgery.

How Much Does A Rhinoplasty Cost?

Rhinoplasty, as with many cosmetic surgeries does not have a fixed price. Every single Rhinoplasty case is unique and requires a different amount of time and resources to complete. The only way to find out exactly how much a Rhinoplasty procedure will cost you is to contact us and schedule a consultation at a Michigan Rhinoplasty Surgery Center to discuss your needs with a doctor.

With that in mind, the average price for a standard Rhinoplasty procedure in Michigan is currently $6,200. With procedures ranging from $3,000 to as much as $9,000 for complicated cases. Note that, you only have one nose, and its not something we recommend people bargain shop on. Patients that opt for cheaper clinics may often end up paying the difference in dissatisfaction.

What Will I Experience During a Rhinoplasty Procedure?

You will begin your Rhinoplasty procedure by being administered either a general anesthesia or a local anesthesia to ensure no pain is experienced during the operation. Most often you will be completely asleep throughout the majority of the process.

During the procedure, your surgeon will create small targeted incisions around the nose in order to access the bone and cartilage beneath. At this point, the doctor will begin crafting your desired nose or clearing your nostril paths by adding and removing either bone or cartilage. For example, your surgeon may add cartilage in order to remodel the tip of the nose or use dermal fillers and fat grafts to add nasal volume. In the past, surgeons would often use silicone implants although this is often discouraged nowadays as it can create an unnecessary risk of infection. (The information on this topic was provided by a Michigan rhinoplasty surgery expert)

How Painful Is The Procedure?

The Rhinoplasty procedure itself is not painful as you will be provided with local and often general anesthesia in order to ensure a comfortable operation. After the surgery, patients are often prescribed moderate strength pain medication for 2-3 days after the surgery before switching to standard over-the-counter options in order to ensure a pain-free recovery. After undergoing a Rhinoplasty procedure. You may experience slight changes in your breathing patterns and may even have to sleep upright during the recovery period, which is actually preferred as it can reduce swelling. 

Many Rhinoplasty patients claim that the most painful part of the entire experience is actually removing the nasal bandages used to control bleeding. However, not all Rhinoplasty surgeons use or even recommend such nasal bandages for their patients. When you consult with your Michigan Rhinoplasty Surgeon, Be sure inquire about their preferred post-op healing methods. 

How Long Is The Recovery Period?

Recovery after a Rhinoplasty procedure takes patience. Immediately after the procedure, you should expect visible swelling and possibly even bruising. Some patients claim that they feel as if they are congested and can only breathe with their mouths during the periods of high swelling. Most rhinoplasty patients also say that you shouldn’t expect to sleep comfortably or look especially presentable in the week after your operation. 

About 7 days after the procedure, your nasal packing will most likely be ready for removal. After removing the packing, your sleep patterns and breathing should immediately begin to improve. At 10 to 14 days post-op, any swelling or colored bruises will most likely be reduced enough for you to return to your normal schedule, perform non-strenuous activities, and even feel comfortable in social settings. Most Michigan rhinoplasty specialists recommend that you wait up to 1 month before performing a vigorous activity such as weightlifting and heavy exercise. In the end, the most important component to healing is that you keep to your follow-up appointments and visit your surgeon regularly in the weeks following your Rhinoplasty.

What Is The Difference Between An Open/Closed Rhinoplasty?

When researching Rhinoplasty, you may often hear the terms “open” and “closed” Rhinoplasty as if they are two distinct procedure. It’s important that you know what these terms mean, although your SurgeonGate qualified physician will surely advise you on the best option for your situation.

During a “closed” rhinoplasty procedure, the surgeon creates incisions from inside the nasal cavity. During an “open” rhinoplasty procedure, the surgeon creates small incisions directly beneath the nose. The incisions are placed in an area called the columella, which is the strip of cartilage tissue that separates the nostril openings.

The closed rhinoplasty technique has been performed for decades and is the more common technique preferred by doctors as some studies show that the healing period is significantly reduced when compared to open Rhinoplasties. Positive open rhinoplasty results are also very common. Some people prefer open rhinoplasties as they may provide the surgeon with greater control during the procedure and in turn more consistent results.

How Can I Choose A Good Surgeon?

At SurgeonGate, we take your procedure very seriously. SurgeonGate qualified physicians are always the most highly specialized and experienced physicians in your city. The Michigan Rhinoplasty surgeons in our network have established a reputation of trust and patient satisfaction over the years. If you want to have an amazing experience, it is important that your procedure is performed by a leading Rhinoplasty specialist, not a general plastic surgeon or someone who merely advertises low prices. By contacting SurgeonGate via the form below or via telephone you will be placed in the hands of the Top Michigan Rhinoplasty Surgeon who will leave you feeling ecstatic about your results and confident in your body.

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