Finding the Best Rhinoplasty Surgeon to get the Best Nose Job Results
Commonly referred to as a Nose Job, nose surgery (rhinoplasty) can reduce or increase the size of your nose, change the shape of the tip or the bridge, narrow the span of the nostrils, or change the angle between your nose and your upper lip. It may also correct a birth defect or injury and can even help relieve some breathing problems.
Nose surgery is one of Dr Jeremy Hunt’s specialities, and as an experienced Craniofacial Surgeon the key is to assess the proportions of your face and advise on the best procedures to enhance your features.
When Dr Hunt performs a rhinoplasty, it is not a standard stamped procedure. Each rhinoplasty he performs is tailored to match the proportions of a patients face to achieve a harmonious balance.
What to look for in a good rhinoplasty surgeon
When choosing a rhinoplasty surgeon for your nose job, research is the key. Plastic cosmetic surgeons may or may not perform rhinoplasty very often, and will have different levels of training, and experience. When researching the best rhinoplasty surgeon, it is always important to look for:
- Fully trained surgeons: Look for the letters FRACS after the surgeon’s name, this indicates they are a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College Surgeons
- Member Australian Society Plastic Surgeons: Look for the letters ASPS
- Specialist training in rhinoplasty: Ask about any advanced training in rhinoplasty
- A high number of cases per year: Ask for an average number of how many rhinoplasties the surgeon performs per year
- Professional standing: Read the surgeons bio, check where the surgeon works as better surgeons will work in the best hospital
- Professional manner: Expect to be treated as an individual and you should always feel confident that the doctor cares for your well-being
- Don’t be fooled: Expensive offices, elaborate marketing techniques and promises of the impossible don’t mean that you’ll get the best results from the surgeon
Remember: you are an individual and each nose is different. Your case needs to be assessed on an individual basis and the surgery specifically planned to meet your needs. This will take time and a surgeon who listens and who has the training and the experience should deliver the result you expect. If you don’t have a good feeling, then this is not the surgeon for you. If you have an open and honest understanding with a surgeon who listens to your needs, this is most likely the to lead to the best nose job.