Rhinoplasty Boca Raton | What to Know
Nathan E. Nachlas, M.D. was one of the first surgeons in the country to describe the open rhinoplasty technique as a novel way to correct difficult problems on the outside of the nose. Dr. Nachlas gave a presentation to the International Society of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ISFPRS) in 1985 showcasing his work as chief resident at The Johns Hopkins Hospital caring for patients with nose appearance issues not easily addressed by traditional rhinoplasty techniques. Over the past three decades, Dr. Nachlas has performed this technique in many of his more than 10,000 nasal surgeries involving the inside and outside of the nose.
What is Open Rhinoplasty?
Open rhinoplasty is distinguished from closed rhinoplasty by the placement of a small incision across the bottom of the nose. This allows previously unattainable access to the structures (like the tip) of the bottom of the nose. Intricate grafting procedures not readily performed in traditional rhinoplasty techniques are possible with the open rhinoplasty approach. This approach is not for every rhinoplasty patient, and
Dr. Nachlas will individualize his approach for each patient. No matter how simple or extensive your nose surgery, Dr. Nachlas provides the same attention to detail, dedication, and quality of care to each of his patients. Dr. Nachlas will recommend the appropriate surgery to give you the most aesthetic and functional rhinoplasty results.
If you are ready to have your nose analyzed by one of the most experienced facial plastic and reconstructive surgeons in the country, request your consultation with Dr. Nathan Nachlas, a double-board-certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon and respected nose surgery specialist in Boca Raton.
Open vs Closed Rhinoplasty Blog
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