Every New Jersey Rhinoplasty Procedure is as Unique as Each Patient at The
Parker Center for Plastic Surgery
New Jersey plastic surgeon, Dr. Paul M. Parker, has created new procedure pages for his Website
to educate his patients on the variety of issues rhinoplasty can correct.
(Vocus) June 30, 2010 -- “Rhinoplasty is basically a series of smaller procedures,” says New Jersey plastic
surgeon, Dr. Paul M. Parker. “Rhinoplasty is not a cookie cutter operation. You have to customize the surgery to
No two noses are the same which means that no two rhinoplasty procedures are exactly the same. To drive this
point home and educate his patients on the various nuances of the procedure, Dr. Parker has new created
Rhinoplasty procedure pages for his Website, parkercenter.net. These pages not only describe all the different
deformities rhinoplasty can correct, but they also use before and after pictures to illustrate each one.
“Reading about how rhinoplasty is performed alone is not as effective as understanding how different rhinoplasty
problems were handled,” says Dr. Parker. “Our new pages use real live examples to complement the written
descriptions and to illustrate the results which can be achieved.”
For example, patients can expect to find before and after pictures of a real New Jersey rhinoplasty patient with
excessive nasal tip projection. Some people want to fix their crooked nose, change the tip size, fix nasal
symmetry, slim the width, remove bumps, shorten the length and even correct a botched nose job. New Jersey
patients will now be able to compare these specific issues to their own and see examples of the final result on-line.
In performing rhinoplasty surgery, a closed or open approach is used. A “closed” rhinoplasty, using incisions
hidden on the inside of the nostrils, is indicated for relatively minor shape adjustments to the nasal bone and
cartilage. An “open” rhinoplasty uses a small and inconspicuous incision underneath the tip of the nose and
between the nostrils. This i