Revision rhinoplasty for a crooked nose

Many of my Houston revision rhinoplasty patients are concerned about a crooked nose after their initial rhinoplasty.  Rhinoplasty for a crooked nose is difficult as cartilage has memory and tends to want to creep back towards the direction it was initially.  This is even more true for revision rhinoplasty for a crooked nose.  With revision rhinoplasty, there…

Upper & lower eyelids at the same time

Is it better to have both upper and lower eyelids done at the same time?

Will a septoplasty fix my crooked nose?

Many of my Houston rhinoplasty patients who present with a crooked nose may also have a deviated septum.  One question many patients have is whether septoplasty for a deviated septum will correct their crooked nose.  The simple answer here is no.  A septoplasty will not straighten a crooked nose just as straightening a crooked nose will not fix a deviated…

Will a facelift require liposuction

Many of my Houston facelift patients desire improvment to their neck in addition to their jowls, jawline, and flat cheeks.  Neck laxity and submental fullness may need to be treated with a facelift and neck lift. If there is significant fullness in the neck due to excess fat, liposuction of the neck may be needed to contour the neck at the same time the suspension of the…

Rhinoplasty with rhinophyma

Many of my Houston rhinoplasty patients present with rosacea of the cheeks, nose, forehead or even chin.  Rosacea of the nose can appear in different forms and severities.  This is important when considering rhinoplasty.  The final form of rosacea of the nose or most severe is called rhinophyma.  Rhinophyma is due to sebaceous glands multiplying which creates a knobby,…