Radiance Aesthetic Surgery offers rhinoplasty to individuals living throughout the Atlanta area, including residents of Sandy Springs, Buckhead, Dunwoody, Alpharetta, Roswell, Johns Creek, Duluth, Lawrenceville, Suwanee, Marietta, and Brookhaven, GA.

What is Rhinoplasty in Atlanta?

As the largest protrusion on your face, your nose can garner a lot of attention. And if your nose is particularly crooked, too large, or too small, it can cause embarrassment and reduced self-esteem. With rhinoplasty, also known as nose surgery or a “nose job,” you can correct these issues.

Common Reasons for Rhinoplasty

Traumatic injury to the nose or nasal passages

Breathing obstruction

Congenital nose deformity

Cosmetic enhancement

Different Types of Rhinoplasty and Why they Matter

Each type of rhinoplasty (nose job) has different techniques, but all rhinoplasty surgery falls into one of two main surgical rhinoplasty techniques, either open or closed. Closed rhinoplasty has no visible external incisions and is often used when only minor changes to the nose are needed, such as removing a small hump. Open rhinoplasty is often used for more difficult noses or revision cases when better access is required. This technique allows a rhinoplasty surgeon to make more significant changes such as removing a large hump, correcting a crooked nose, or enhancing the nose tip.

Primary Rhinoplasty

Primary rhinoplasty refers to the first surgery a nose has ever had. It is imperative to choose a rhinoplasty surgeon wisely, even for a primary rhinoplasty, as this is your best chance of getting the best natural-looking result. Communicate your specific goals and desires with your rhinoplasty surgeon to ensure you get the results you want the first time.

Revision Rhinoplasty

Sometimes a secondary or revision rhinoplasty is needed to fix a flawed primary rhinoplasty, which occurs in about 5%-20% of rhinoplasty cases. Revision rhinoplasty is more complicated than a primary rhinoplasty due to scar tissue and lack of remaining tissue inside the nose for reconstruction. In most cases of revision rhinoplasty, the nose has can be rebuilt using tissue grafts from the patient’s own nasal septum, ear cartilage, and rib cartilage. Dr. Huynh also often use a type of tissue called fascia harvested from the temple area or behind the ear in revision rhinoplasty. Occasionally, Dr.Huynh may use bone tissue or artificial implants if cartilage tissue is not available.

African-American Rhinoplasty & Ethnic Rhinoplasty

Ethnic rhinoplasty is a top cosmetic procedure among African Americans and Hispanics. Since different ethnic groups have noses with distinct characteristics, ethnic rhinoplasty requires an individualized approach.
African-Americans and Hispanics have broader, flatter noses and thicker skin, making refining the nasal tip more challenging. African Americans tend to have shorter nasal bones, requiring special care. Typical requests of patients often include a narrower nose, which means a less is more approach, by lifting the bridge and narrowing the nostrils. When it comes to African American Rhinoplasty, simple changes, rather than dramatic ones, often equate with better aesthetic outcomes.

Due to their diverse origins, Hispanic Americans and Latinos typically have more anatomical variations than any other ethnic group. Typical requests include fixing a cleft, reducing a bump, lifting a droopy nose, or narrowing a tip.

Simply put, it takes skill and sensitivity to achieve a cosmetic result that enhances natural beauty while preserving ethnicity. Dr. Huynh realizes the significance of preserving cultural identity and possesses comprehensive proficiency working with such diverse features. He is experienced with African American rhinoplasty and has helped many individuals to get the nose they’ve always wanted.

Asian Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty in Asians often requires a unique skill set and awareness of Asian cultural ideals of beauty. Many Asians have characteristic noses with a very low bridge (dorsum), weak and bulbous tip (due to very thin cartilage framework under the skin), and wide flaring nostrils. These are the three main areas to be closely evaluated during your rhinoplasty consultation.

Dr. Huynh has experience with implant materials such as silicone and ePTFE as well as using patient’s own tissue for augmentation and structural grafts. Natural cartilage graft can be harvested from the patient’s nasal septum (structure dividing the left and right nares), back of the ears, or rib depending on the amount of cartilage needed. Each patient’s nose is unique and Dr. Huynh will discuss these options with you to determine which is best for your case.

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Why choose Dr. Carson Huynh for your rhinoplasty?

  1. Experienced.  He has treated hundreds of patients from a various diverse ethnicity.  He has performed many primary rhinoplasty as well as complex revision rhinoplasty.
  2. Specialized.  As a rhinoplasty surgeon and a facial contouring surgeon specialist, he has a unique skillset and eye for facial aesthetics to enhance the beauty that is uniquely you.
  3. Natural.  He understands each patient’s nose and aesthetic goal is unique.  He takes pride in helping each patient achieve the most natural looking result

Before surgery, Dr. Huynh will use digital photo and computer imaging software to communicate the desired look for your nose. Most often, rhinoplasty is performed under IV sedation or general anesthesia for better breathing regulation. In most cases involving a reduction in shape or size of the nose, angle, or removal of a hump, the skin of the nose is separated from the underlying skeleton of bone and cartilage. The bone and cartilage are then reshaped, and the skin re-draped over the surface. Patients typically recover from rhinoplasty in one to three weeks.

The professionals at Radiance Aesthetic Surgery are familiar with the particular nuances of rhinoplasty. Dr. Carson Huynh has performed nose surgery on individuals from Sandy Springs, Buckhead, Dunwoody, Alpharetta, Roswell, Johns Creek, Duluth, Lawrenceville, Suwanee, Marietta, Brookhaven, and other Atlanta areas. His rhinoplasty skills have assisted men and women who are dissatisfied with the shape or size of their nose.

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