Primary rhinoplasty is arguably the most delicate, precise plastic surgery procedure available. It deals in miniscule changes that can dramatically alter a patient’s appearance. When even one millimeter can make the difference between a beautiful rhinoplasty and a botched rhinoplasty, it is no wonder the revision rate is up to 20%. When it comes to your face, this is not a time to cut corners. You want a procedure that maintains the integrity of your appearance while subtly correcting imperfections.
Making the Right Decision
In most cases of nasal trauma, there’s not much deliberation required before one decides he or she would like reconstructive surgery. Despite this, there are many aspects to consider, including who is going to perform the surgery as well as expected results. While reconstructive surgery may feel urgent, it is still important to take one’s time until one feels completely comfortable with all surgical circumstances. In this way, patients can usually avoid the need for a second reconstructive surgery.
To help his patients make the correct decision regarding reconstructive rhinoplasty, Dr. Fisher has developed a unique surgical philosophy. Rather than accepting any patient for reconstructive rhinoplasty based on their ability to pay, he goes above and beyond to determine what’s truly the best course of action. After a rigorous consultation process, his surgical plan must be in coordination with his patient’s goals, and his confidence to achieve their goals must be absolute. If Dr. Fisher accepts a patient for reconstructive rhinoplasty, it is because he is certain he can deliver a nose that is beautiful and functional, leaving behind any remnants of trauma.
Before reconstructive rhinoplasty, Dr. Fisher’s consultation is a turning point for any patient’s cosmetic journey. After learning about a patient’s personal goals, he then reviews his or her so-called “aesthetic profile,” gathering anatomical information about the face and nose to determine the best course of action. In examining the nose, he gets the full picture of the trauma’s exact effects. Once he has all necessary data, he can craft the proper treatment plan.
While independent research is helpful for educational purposes, it will never fully relate reconstructive rhinoplasty to you. During a consultation with Dr. Fisher in his Beverly Hills office, your plastic surgery education goes beyond general information and becomes a personalized experience. With Dr. Fisher’s exceptional aesthetic sense, he is known for his uncompromising assessment of the best options for you.