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Male rhinoplasty may be performed for cosmetic reasons, reconstructive reasons or most commonly for both by Dr. Monica Tadros for all of her patients in Bergen County and NJ. Male noses tend to have thicker skin and heavier skeletal features than female noses, indicating masculinity. The feature that best defines a handsome nose is a strong and straight nasal dorsum that is well-proportioned to the rest of the face. Dr. Monica Tadros specializes in male rhinoplasty (nose job) as a customized procedure and treatment of form and function for her patients in NYC & NJ, specifically the Bergen County and Englewood office locations.
by Monica Tadros, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Male patients tend to seek nasal surgery to straighten the nose, refine the tip, achieve facial balance and improve breathing. The degree of aesthetic change is rarely drastic.
Rhinoplasty (nose job) is the shaping and reconstruction of the nose to restore balance and symmetry upon the overall facial structure. First incisions are made and the skin of the nose is lifted off of the underlying bone and cartilage framework. The majority of incisions are made inside the nose and thus are invisible. Next precise amounts of underlying bone and cartilage are removed or rearranged to provide a newly shaped structure. For example, when there is a large hump on the nose in profile, the excess bone and cartilage is removed resulting in a straighter and flatter appearance. The skin is then re-draped over the new framework, and the incisions are closed.
Men are getting nose jobs more often than you may think. In 2017, a total of 52,393 males underwent a male rhinoplasty or nose job. This accounted for 24% of total nose surgeries.
To consult with the best Board Certified Facial & Plastic surgeons or to schedule an appointment with the top END doctors in NYC & NJ, please contact one of our locations. We have two convenient locations in both New York and New Jersey. Our office located Park Avenue in Manhattan can be reached at +1 (212) 532-4590 and you can contact our Bergen County office in Englewood, NJ by number +1 (201) 408-5430.
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Monica Tadros, MD, FACS
New York Office:
911 Park Ave Suite 1C,
New York, NY 10021
New Jersey Office:
300 Grand Ave #104,
Englewood, NJ 07631