Category Archives: Rhinoplasty

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Rhinoplasty vs. Nonsurgical Nose Job: Which One Is Right for Me?

Nonsurgical cosmetic procedures are more popular than ever, and nonsurgical rhinoplasties are no exception. As a board-certified facial plastic surgeon, I often answer questions about the benefits of a surgical rhinoplasty compared to a nonsurgical nose job at my Orlando practice. Here are a few questions you can ask yourself to better understand whether surgical …

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Dr. Gross using Computer Imaging for assessing rhinoplasty in Orlando, FL

What Would I Look Like With a Nose Job? How to Predict Your Rhinoplasty Results

If you’ve ever wondered what you would look like after rhinoplasty, you may have found yourself experimenting with filters and apps that allow you to try out a “virtual nose job.” With just a few taps and swipes, you can supposedly see how a smaller, straighter, more symmetrical nose would change your face. But can …

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Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty Restores Confidence, Improves Patient’s Breathing

What is rhinoplasty? How does a rhinoplasty work? Are nose jobs safe? How long is recovery from rhinoplasty? Sara suffered a broken nose with a deviated septum more than a decade ago. Over the years, she noticed her nose was growing crooked and had an unsightly bump on it. After researching rhinoplasty options in Orlando …

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string rhinoplasty

What is String Rhinoplasty?

What is string rhinoplasty? Will a string rhinoplasty help or benefit me? Is a string rhinoplasty better than a surgical rhinoplasty? Originating in Asia, the non-surgical nose thread lifting procedure is called a “lunchtime nose job” or a string rhinoplasty. Many of my Orlando patients ask about the procedure, so let’s look at string rhinoplasty …

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Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty

What Is the Difference Between Cosmetic Surgical Rhinoplasty and Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty?

  I am frequently asked about nonsurgical rhinoplasty using injectables at my Orlando practice since it has been popularized in the news and on social media. The procedure is entirely different than cosmetic surgical rhinoplasty, which is a surgical procedure for correcting and reconstructing the nose. Below, I’ll break down the differences between cosmetic surgical …

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Dr. Gross

Difference Between a Facial Plastic Surgeon and a General Plastic Surgeon

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) reports that almost 16 million surgical and minimally invasive cosmetic procedures are performed annually in the U.S., but finding the right type of plastic surgeon can be confusing. Did you know there are different kinds of plastic surgeons performing a vast array of cosmetic and general procedures? The terms …

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Rhinoplasty

Trusting the Boss: Rhinoplasty Allows Medical Assistant to Breathe Well Again

You can browse reviews and listen to patient referrals all day long, but how many times can you say you’ve actually seen a surgeon perform hundreds of facial plastic surgeries firsthand before deciding to go under the knife yourself? Melissa, a medical assistant for Edward J. Gross, M.D., a double board-certified facial plastic surgeon specializing …

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Rhinoplasty and Chin Implant

Rhinoplasty and Chin Implant Inspires Confidence for Patient

  After Charli’s rhinoplasty and chin implant procedure with Edward J. Gross, M.D., a double board certified facial plastic surgeon, specializing in rhinoplasty, she now breathes easy and loves how she looks. “My confidence has gone up exponentially,” says Charli. “I love my profile. And the biggest benefit has been my breathing improvement. Looking in …

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Functional Rhinoplasty

Functional Rhinoplasty Helps Patient Live, Feel And Breathe Better

Rhinoplasties are generally thought to be strictly for cosmetic purposes (reshaping the exterior of the nose to achieve the desired look of the patient). However, a rhinoplasty procedure can also be performed to reshape the interior passageways of the nose to improve overall function and reduce labored breathing. This is known as a functional rhinoplasty …

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