Most rhinoplasty surgeries are dedicated to changing the size and shape of the nasal bridge. So “bridge rhinoplasty” can be a somewhat redundant statement.
Fixing the Nasal Bridge with Rhinoplasty
There are a number of common concerns that cause patients to seek rhinoplasty for the nasal bridge in NYC. Some of them are:
- Crooked nose
- Flat bridge
- Dorsal hump removal
- High nasal bridge
Dorsal hump removal is probably the most common rhinoplasty request, which involves smoothing out a protruding bridge.
How does rhinoplasty work?
Before scheduling your rhinoplasty in NYC, you’ll meet with Dr. Pearlman for an in-depth consultation. He’ll ask about your medical history and the changes you want to see in your nose.
Then he will perform a full examination of your nose, inside and out. Using advanced Mirror® 2D and Vectra 3D imaging, he will demonstrate the potential changes to your nose to help you envision your future results.
During your consultation, Dr. Pearlman will talk you through which technique will achieve your desired results.
Schedule Your Consultation for Rhinoplasty in NYC
Dr. Steven Pearlman is uniquely dual board-certified in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery as well as Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery. He’s performed over 7,500 rhinoplasties in his career and has been chosen as a Top Doctor by New York Magazine and Castle Connoly.
As one of the top nose surgeons in NYC, Dr. Pearlman also frequently lectures as a visiting professor on rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty, and facial aging throughout the world.
Nothing replaces an in-person consultation. However, for our out-of-town patients, we provide a virtual rhinoplasty tool to explore our available techniques. Answer a few questions, and we’ll send customized recommendations to your inbox.