Rhinoplasty & Nose Reshaping
Conveniently located to serve Greenwich, CT; White Plains, NY; and Boston, MA
Dr. Kornstein—A Renowned Rhinoplasty Specialist
Rhinoplasty, more commonly known as nose reshaping — is one of the most complex and challenging procedures in plastic surgery. Dr. Kornstein is a super-specialist in terms of form, function and renowned for delivering natural rhinoplasty outcomes. In fact, he has often referred to the most challenging cases by his peers and has the distinction of being the surgeon of choice when a rhinoplasty revision is necessary.
Dr. Kornstein is also a member of the Rhinoplasty Society. Membership criteria is strict, confining themselves to surgeons who have a committed interest in nasal surgery with a comparatively large number of rhinoplasty patients, extensive experience in practice, and contributions in the realms of teaching and/or publishing.
What Is Rhinoplasty?
Rhinoplasty is a plastic surgery procedure used to improve the appearance and/or functionality of the nose. By surgically altering the bone, soft tissue, and cartilage of the nose, Dr. Kornstein can enhance proportions and correct obstructed breathing.
Why Choose a Rhinoplasty Specialist?
- Nose reshaping requires intricate knowledge of both anatomy and function of the nose. This demands consistently exceptional techniques that are not in the repertoire of all plastic surgeons.
- Revisions to primary or even secondary rhinoplasty are higher than any other cosmetic procedure, although Dr. Kornstein’s rhinoplasty revision rate remains quite low.
- A “one size fits all” approach is an issue that can be avoided by choosing a surgeon with a keen aesthetic sense and the ability to harmonize your new nose with other facial features to enhance your total look. Dr. Kornstein understands the desires of his patients and uses images to communicate with them about the surgical natural nose job outcome.
Anatomical differences make men’s rhinoplasty a specialized undertaking. Men tend to have a wider nasal base, a longer nose, and a higher bridge. The thickness of the skin, bone, and cartilage can also affect the nasal surgery process.
Dr. Kornstein takes many factors into account when creating surgical plans for women’s rhinoplasty. These include proportions between facial features, patients’ aesthetic goals, and even the thickness of the facial skin.
Patients are often curious about rhinoplasty’s benefits. Nasal surgery can address a variety of cosmetic issues with the nasal bridge, nasal tip, and nostrils. It can also effectively resolve nasal obstructions to restore proper breathing.
Following Dr. Kornstein’s post-surgical care directions during rhinoplasty recovery is vital. By following his personalized instructions, patients can achieve optimal results and enjoy a comfortable healing process with a greatly reduced chance of complications.