Best Rhinoplasty Offered by The Rhinoplasty Center With the Use of a Technique Called Piezosurgery

September 15, 2020
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A rhinoplasty clinic based in Newport Beach, CA, has revealed that people looking for the best rhinoplasty provider may want to check them out because Dr. Aaron Kosins uses the most up-to-date surgery techniques, such as piezosurgery. He has gained worldwide recognition for his research studies in various fields of plastic surgery, including rhinoplasty.

One his major contributions to rhinoplasty is the treatment of the plunging tip, which is a nose that plunges and becomes wider when the person smiles. He has also written articles and given lectures on the anatomy and treatment of the nasal bridge and the treatment of the asymmetric nose. In 2015, Dr. Kosins and Dr. Daniel published their studies on the use of piezosurgery in rhinoplasty to provide non-traumatic sculpting of the nose without having to “break the nose.”

Dr. Kosins wants to point out that many patients are concerned that the surgeon will need to “break their bones,” which would have been the case if standard instruments were to be used. By applying piezosurgery, Dr. Kosins would be able to gently sculpt and cut with less bruising and swelling. It has also been observed that the use of piezosurgery can reduce recovery time.

Piezosurgery is considered to be a revolutionary technique in rhinoplasty. Dr. Kosins says, “For over 7 years I have been using piezosurgery in all of my rhinoplasties, and the results for my patients has been outstanding. Popularized by myself, and my French counterpart, Dr. Olivier Gerbault, piezosurgery is the most disruptive technology to happen to rhinoplasty in over 20 years. Our experience has been published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal and I have presented my experience over the last few years at the annual meetings for The Rhinoplasty Society in Montreal (2015) and Las Vegas (2016), The World Rhinoplasty Meeting in Versailles (2016), the 5th Open Bergamo Rhinoplasty Meeting in Italy (2016), and IMCAS in Paris (2017).”

The Rhinoplasty Center provides four types of rhinoplasty procedures. These are: primary rhinoplasty, secondary rhinoplasty, ethnic rhinoplasty, and Persian / Middle Eastern rhinoplasty. Primary rhinoplasty is performed when the patient has never had an operation done on his or her nose. During consultation, they will ask the patients about their ethnic background, and three things that they don’t like or would like to be altered for their nose.

Secondary rhinoplasty, which is also called revision rhinoplasty, is very different from primary rhinoplasty. It is much more challenging because of the presence of an operative scar, possible lack of cartilage material, functional issues such as difficulty in breathing, and the element of surprise. It is particularly challenging because it is not really known what was done during the previous surgery. Thus, although many of the principles of primary rhinoplasty may be applicable, revision rhinoplasty requires a much wider range of techniques.

Meanwhile, ethnic rhinoplasty is the procedure done for patients who are not Caucasian. This is because certain races, such as Asian, Indian, Latin, Middle Eastern, and African, can present certain difficulties because of differences in skin texture, quality, and oiliness. Furthermore, the tip cartilages can be flat or very weak and frequently, the patients have different objectives. For instance, a large percentage of Asians want a higher nasal bridge and radix, while patients from the Middle East would want that particular area to be narrower and smaller. The thick skin in all of the mentioned populations also present unique difficulties because more structure has to be used in the nose to create definition. The best rhinoplasty possible for these populations makes use of surgical methods to manage the thick skin and treat wide nostrils, low bridges, and wide amorphous tips.

The Persian and Middle Eastern populations present special challenges when it comes to rhinoplasty. This is because the Middle Eastern nose is aesthetically and anatomically different from the Caucasian nose. Furthermore, there are also differences between the various ethnicities within the Middle East.

Those who would like to learn more about the rhinoplasty procedure provided by Dr. Kosins may want to check out The Rhinoplasty Center website at, or contact them through the telephone or via email.

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About The Rhinoplasty Center:

With a combined 60 years and over 6,000 procedures studying the nasal form, Newport Beach rhinoplasty surgeons Drs. Rollin Daniel and Aaron Kosins have perfected the art of rhinoplasty.

Contact The Rhinoplasty Center:

Dr. Aaron Kosins
1441 Avacado Ave
Suite 308
Newport Beach, CA 92660
(949) 721-0494

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