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Utah’s Rhinoplasty Specialists

 

Take the first step. Get your questions answered and find out which nose surgery option is best for your concerns by requesting an in-person consultation at one of our 4 offices in Salt Lake City, Draper, Riverton & Millcreek. Regardless if its a nose fracture, trauma related nose surgery or a deviated septum we are here to help. Diagnosis, treatment and surgical options available.

Call today: 385-247-3301

Considering Nose Surgery?

What is Rhinoplasty?

Commonly referred to as a “nose job,” Rhinoplasty is a plastic surgery procedure for correcting and reconstructing the nose, either to restore function or enhance appearance. In the surgery, a surgeon trained in operating on the nose creates a functional, aesthetic, and facially proportionate nose by altering and manipulating the cartilage.

Diagnosis

Through nose surgery, noses can be made smaller or larger, narrowed or straightened. Our nose surgeons have vast experience enhancing the appearance of noses and correcting nasal deformities.

Before any nose surgery, your surgeon will examine your nose, the skin on your nose, the features of your face, and will discuss your goals and reasons for Rhinoplasty with you.

Treatment

Rhinoplasty may be performed through an open or closed approach depending on your needs.

If the septum (the inside part that divides the two halves of the nose) needs straightening, this is usually done at the same time, and the internal splints usually stay in your nose for approximately 3 to 4 days.

Noses can be made smaller or larger, narrowed or straightened. Tips can be made more refined or prominent, raised or lowered. If more fullness is needed, your own cartilage can usually be harvested from your nasal septum, your ear, or even from a rib. Collapsed noses can be corrected using similar techniques.

Patient Before & After Pictures

MEET OUR UTAH RHINOPLASTY SURGEONS

John R. Bennett, M.D.

John R. Bennett, M.D.

Derrick Gale, M.D.

Derrick Gale, M.D.

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