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Can A Maxilofacial Surgeon Perform A Nose Job
Nose job: A maxilofacial surgeron should be able to perform a "nose job" - but they tend to do more reconstructive work. If you have questions about a specific surgeon - call the office and ask. With regards to plastic surgery - definately get at least two opinions and prices before proceeding. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Not unless desired: A nose job, in the colloquial sense, is an elective cosmetic procedure. If you don't complain about concerns with your nasal appearance, it's unlikely your ENT will recommend this out of the blue. That is not their typical role. Their position is to treat medical conditions that you report when coming to see them. If however, you ask for a recommendation, they will be happy to provide a referral ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
I'm looking for a competent plastic surgeon who's not too expensive and is board certified for a liposuction, a tummy tuck, and maybe a breastlift. Can you recommend someone?
Plasticsurgery.org: Along with the aesthetic society, it is important that you chose a board certified plastic surgeon. You can look on plasticsurgery.Org and input your zipcode to find a surgeon in your area. Make sure that the md has extensive experience with the procedures and ask a lot of questions. Also ask to see before and after photos. Don't be shy and make sure you are comfortable with your choice. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
Rhinoplasty surgeons: Both ENT surgeons and plastic surgeons are well-trained in rhinoplasty. You should pick the surgeon who has extensive experience with this area, as there are surgeons in both fields who restrict themselves to reconstructive work only, cosmetic work only, or both. Ask to see before and after photos to make sure that you and your surgeon have the same aesthetic ideal in mind. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 10 more doctor answers
Both are general: While both are general surgeons, some surgeons focus their practice on hernia repair. Complex hernias should probably be taken care of by a surgeon which extensive experience in hernia repair. Straightforward hernias are routinely handled by most general surgeons. You could ask the surgeon what their experience is dealing with a hernia like yours. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Should I have nose reconstruction after mohs surgery done by the moh's surgeon or a facial plastic surgeon?
Depends : Only if they have done two separate residencies after medical school. I would check to see if they are board certified. A surgeon although they can direct a nurse to give sedation can never actually give anesthetic agents themselves while doing a procedure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ask: The best way is to ask your friends who have had the surgery and are happy with the result. You can also ask your doctor for a referral. You can look at before and after pictures on the internet to get an idea if the direct referral is not available. ...Read more
Therapy or cosmetic?: You have a choice to make! both plastic surgeons and ENT surgeons perform nasal procedures/nose jobs. Check your local referral network and visit the surgeons websites and office. View before and after photos from your surgeon. Medical diagnoses such as a deviated septum and associated breathing problems are occasionally covered benefit. Check your policy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Trusted sources: Ask for referrals from trusted sources such as your primary care physician or other healthcare professionals. Confirm hospital credentials and good standing with local and national professional societies as well as licensure/training. Avoid resources is the American Society of Plastic Surgeons Find a Surgoen site: http://www1.plasticsurgery.org/find_a_surgeon/ ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Yes: There are a number of people who graduated from dental school, completed an oral and maxillofacial residency, medical school and a residency in anesthesia who are now anesthesiologists. Even though they may have a dental/oral and maxillofacial training, many of these individuals may limit their practice to anesthesia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you tell me what number of rhinoplasties a week/month should a plastic surgeon perform to be considered a good choice?
Depends: Most accomplished rhinoplasty surgeons do over 100 per year, yet this is not a number set in stone. If a surgeon is experienced they may work more part time, and do less than 100 a year, but they may be very accomplished. A better way to judge your surgeon is from other patient referrals, and your consultation where you want to look at their before and after pictures. ...Read more
Reshape nose: Rhinoplasty can reconstruct and straighten a broken nose. After a traumatic nasal injury, often the bony as well as cartilaginous portions of the nose are affected, and the result is a nose with both cosmetic and functional issues. It's important to address both the breathing and the appearance when repairing these noses with rhinoplasty. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
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