Rhinoplasty is a procedure to help balance the nose among the other features and correct imperfections in the tip, bridge, and nostrils. Improved breathing and enhanced structural integrity are often welcomed byproducts of cosmetic nose surgery as well.
While many of the aesthetic goals for rhinoplasty will be the same regardless of gender, there are subtle differences between female and male anatomy that a plastic surgeon will need to respect and acknowledge in order to produce an elegant, beautiful outcome.
Female rhinoplasty may be performed to reduce an overly large or prominent nose, with the intended outcome being a softer, more feminine profile. That being said, rhinoplasty is always tailored to the patient’s unique objectives and aesthetic sensibilities.
There are multiple reasons why a woman may choose to pursue cosmetic rhinoplasty. She may wish to address a bulbous, upturned, or drooping tip; correct a prominent dorsal hump; improve nasal symmetry; reshape the nostrils; or simply obtain a nose that is better suited to her face. As a side benefit of rhinoplasty, breathing may improve, and structural concerns, such as a deviated septum, can be addressed by the surgeon at the same time as cosmetic issues.
As a double board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon, Dr. Fechner’s deep understanding of anatomy and physiology allows him to make elegant changes that honor each patient’s individuality while correcting the aspects of the nose that cause self-consciousness. He will masterfully deliver a result that heightens the patient’s femininity while preserving her unique beauty and cultural heritage.
A female rhinoplasty with Dr. Fechner can achieve the following:
Patients pursuing rhinoplasty should be finished with their nasal growth, which typically happens for girls at around age 15 or 16. They should be non-smokers of sound mind and body who are not currently dealing with any uncontrolled medical concerns that might interfere with their treatment or recovery. As with any cosmetic undertaking, realistic expectations are imperative. Dr. Fechner will determine each patient’s candidacy during their private consultation and physical evaluation, ensuring that the surgery can be safely and effectively performed.
Downtime after female rhinoplasty will depend on the extent of the work performed and the complexity of the techniques used. After surgery, patients will need to be escorted home by a friend or family member. Dr. Fechner will provide prescriptions for pain medications as well as antibiotics and anti-nausea pills. These will help manage side effects, such as swelling, bruising, and tenderness, which typically reach their peak in the first week and then subside gradually over the coming weeks and months.
Dr. Fechner’s detailed aftercare plan will include instructions on bathing, sleeping, wound care, resuming exercise, and returning to work. He will see you for regular follow-up visits and will carefully monitor your progress, ensuring a seamless and stress-free recovery timeline.
Dr. Fechner is a sought-after, double board-certified authority in the art and science of rhinoplasty and is known for his stunning yet highly natural-looking cosmetic outcomes. He listens carefully to the patient’s concerns and goes above and beyond to ensure that his treatment plan reflects their specific wishes. Dr. Fechner’s artistry, training, skill, and meticulous attention to detail combine to provide an outstanding client experience from beginning to end.
Dr. Fechner trained at the University of Freiburg Medical School before continuing his studies at the prestigious University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester. He then pursued a demanding surgical internship at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston, as well as a four-year Harvard residency training program at the Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary.