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Rhinoplasty – made famous by the entertainment industry with the term "nose job" – is our most popular surgical procedure. While rhinoplasty can give your nose a new size or shape, it's also used to correct a number of physical issues, including:
If you're a mature adult who is wondering if rhinoplasty is right for you, schedule a consultation – we'd be happy to talk about your options. With rhinoplasty, we can:
Change the sloping angle of your nose
Correct defects at the point from the tip to your upper lip
Narrow or widen the width of your nose
Increase or reduce the size or length of your nose
Correct bumps and other issues at the bridge of the nose
Change the shape of the nostrils
Enlarge or reduce nasal passages
Although rhinoplasty is usually performed on an outpatient basis, it's a very visible procedure – so give yourself time to heal. After the surgery, you'll feel discomfort, puffiness, and pain in your nasal area. The first day in particular will be a bit uncomfortable; we recommend that you stay in bed, with your head elevated.
Patients with vision problems can wear contact lenses during their recovery, but glasses can interfere with the healing.
Dr. Rayfield began his surgical career in Dallas, Texas in 1973. While in college at University of California, San Diego, he was offered the opportunity to do research in burn injuries under the famous Dr. Charles Baxter...