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Nose Job No.1

by | May 24, 2022 | Blog, Rhinoplasty

Patients seek a rhinoplasty procedure to improve their breathing and/or to help create a nose shape they feel more comfortable with.

It’s an individual process

The nose is the centre of the face and when it is out of proportion – either due to its size or shape – it can command all the attention. This may befit someone’s character: while some people are self-accepting and in love with their appearance exactly as they are – others are self-conscious and seek refinement.

My rhinoplasty work is purely focused on bringing excellence to those who seek this form of aesthetic change, or improvement in their breathing.

It isn’t about convincing anyone about how they should look or feel.

In the first instance it’s about understanding what it is my patients wish to change and then it’s a conversation in consultation exploring what is possible.

Consultation

After taking photos of my prospective patient’s face, I use computer imaging technology to fine tune our communication process and ensure we are both on the same page as far as the desired look/outcome. This technology allows me to visually show them how their nose can look after a successful rhinoplasty. It acts as a guide, providing reassurance to the prospective patient that I appreciate what they want to achieve.

I explain what is involved during the procedure, including risks, preparation, and downtime.

Taking time for consideration, preparation and recovery is essential. I also explain how I stay in touch with my patients for at least two years following the procedure.

Experience

I have been performing rhinoplasty and other facial plastic surgery procedures for over two decades. Through attending and presenting at international and local surgical specialties meetings I have stayed abreast of advances in techniques. I contribute to ongoing excellence via my regular participation in these educational events, locally and globally.

I was President of the Australasian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery (AAFPS) for eight years – this is the only group of qualified specialists in Australia focusing solely on facial cosmetic and reconstructive procedures.

Techniques

As part of your research into choosing the surgeon who is right for your rhinoplasty, consider the techniques they use.

Sadly, as well as performing thousands of primary rhinoplasties over the decades, I am also regularly called on to perform revision rhinoplasty. Too often, patients reach for their desired outcome without due diligence. What looked like a ‘bargain’ turns into an ongoing and costly nightmare. Better to get things right the first time.

I use advanced techniques including open structure rhinoplasty, preservation and other nuances.

Feedback

What gives me pleasure is the satisfaction of my clients

“The look is amazing” and “I’ve never breathed like this in my life” are comments I regularly receive from patients who love their noses even more after rhinoplasty.

For more information or to book your consultation, contact us.

Stay in touch:

 

Photos:

  1. Two weeks post primary rhinoplasty
  2. Intra-op
  3. Two weeks post revision rhinoplasty
  • Outcomes experienced by one person do not necessarily reflect what another person may experience. Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks which we discuss in detail as well as answering your questions in consultation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Patients seek a rhinoplasty procedure to improve their breathing and/or to help create a nose shape they feel more comfortable with.

It’s an individual process

The nose is the centre of the face and when it is out of proportion – either due to its size or shape – it can command all the attention. This may befit someone’s character: while some people are self-accepting and in love with their appearance exactly as they are – others are self-conscious and seek refinement. My rhinoplasty work is purely focused on bringing excellence to those who seek this form of aesthetic change, or improvement in their breathing. It isn’t about convincing anyone about how they should look or feel. In the first instance it’s about understanding what it is my patients wish to change and then it’s a conversation in consultation exploring what is possible.

Consultation

After taking photos of my prospective patient’s face, I use computer imaging technology to fine tune our communication process and ensure we are both on the same page as far as the desired look/outcome. This technology allows me to visually show them how their nose can look after a successful rhinoplasty. It acts as a guide, providing reassurance to the prospective patient that I appreciate what they want to achieve. I explain what is involved during the procedure, including risks, preparation, and downtime. Taking time for consideration, preparation and recovery is essential. I also explain how I stay in touch with my patients for at least two years following the procedure.

Experience

I have been performing rhinoplasty and other facial plastic surgery procedures for over two decades. Through attending and presenting at international and local surgical specialties meetings I have stayed abreast of advances in techniques. I contribute to ongoing excellence via my regular participation in these educational events, locally and globally. I was President of the Australasian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery (AAFPS) for eight years – this is the only group of qualified specialists in Australia focusing solely on facial cosmetic and reconstructive procedures.

Techniques

As part of your research into choosing the surgeon who is right for your rhinoplasty, consider the techniques they use. Sadly, as well as performing thousands of primary rhinoplasties over the decades, I am also regularly called on to perform revision rhinoplasty. Too often, patients reach for their desired outcome without due diligence. What looked like a ‘bargain’ turns into an ongoing and costly nightmare. Better to get things right the first time. I use advanced techniques including open structure rhinoplasty, preservation and other nuances.

Feedback

What gives me pleasure is the satisfaction of my clients “The look is amazing” and “I’ve never breathed like this in my life” are comments I regularly receive from patients who love their noses even more after rhinoplasty. For more information or to book your consultation, contact us.

Stay in touch:

 

Photos:

  1. Two weeks post primary rhinoplasty
  2. Intra-op
  3. Two weeks post revision rhinoplasty
  • Outcomes experienced by one person do not necessarily reflect what another person may experience. Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks which we discuss in detail as well as answering your questions in consultation.
                 

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MBBS (Syd), FRACS (ORL-HNS)
Past President – Australasian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgeons

Dr George Marcells is known for excellence in facial plastic surgery and is considered a true master of rhinoplasty. He performs advanced surgical techniques to restore balance and harmony to the face and can also resolve functional issues such as breathing difficulties.

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