Rhinoplasty Dallas (Nose Surgery)
Dr. George A. Toledo is a renowned rhinoplasty surgeon in Dallas who is nationally-recognized for his expertise in reconstructive and cosmetic nose reshaping, also known as rhinoplasty. He specializes in revision, ethnic and revision surgery for “botched” nose jobs. For more than 30 years, Dr. Toledo has helped countless men and women transform their appearance and enhance their self-confidence by providing them with advanced care and stunning surgical results. Together with his knowledgeable, friendly staff, Dr. Toledo provides a unique and rewarding plastic surgery experience for men and women who are dissatisfied with the size, shape, or proportions of their nose. To learn more about your rhinoplasty options contact his practice today at 214-363-4444 to schedule a consultation.
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How Much Does Rhinoplasty Cost in Dallas?
|Rhinoplasty Procedures||Fee Range|
|Rhinoplasty – Nose Reshaping||$7,000 – $8,500|
|Rhinoplasty with Septoplasty for Deviated Septum||$8,000 – $9,500|
|Rhinoplasty – Revision||$9,000 – $10,500|
Want to find the prices for a nose job in Dallas? The fees presented here are an estimate, and are subject to change. In order to get exact pricing a patient would have to get a personal consultation. But they give you an idea of the rates that Dr. Toledo charges, so you can make an informed decision before your consultation. Actual plastic surgery prices depend on your specific anatomy, operating time involved, surgical technique used, and the type of anesthesia.
Rhinoplasty with Dr. Toledo
Dr. Toledo has been performing cosmetic surgery for more than 30 years. He is board certified by both the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. He received his medical degree from UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. Upon completing his plastic surgery residency, Dr. Toledo was honored with the top award in the United States at the national plastic surgery convention for his research in nasal surgery. Throughout his career he has continued his devotion to studying and refining nasal surgery techniques. He has also published numerous scientific articles, and has lectured on rhinoplasty throughout the United States and abroad. Dr. Toledo is a clinical instructor at Southwestern Medical School, where he educates plastic surgery residents as well as many young physicians in private practice on various cosmetic and plastic surgery procedures, especially rhinoplasty.
Dr. Toledo understands that when a patient is dissatisfied with the shape or size of her nose, it can have a negative impact on how she feels about her overall appearance. As a highly trained surgeon, he also understands that small, subtle changes to the nose can drastically enhance the facial appearance and improve your confidence and self-esteem. He has the surgical skill and keen aesthetic eye to make delicate changes that can make all of the difference.
Dr. Toledo has an average of 4.9 stars from patient reviews on Google, and 4.5 stars from patients on Yelp.
Nose Job Candidates
The best candidates for rhinoplasty are 15 years or older and are dissatisfied with the size or shape of their noses. The procedure is also an option for men and women who suffer from complications of a deviated septum such as airway obstruction. Rhinoplasty candidates should be in good health and should have realistic expectations regarding the outcome of the procedure. Before surgery Dr. Toledo will often perform a computer image of the proposed changes to be sure everyone is in agreement. It is important to disclose all health conditions and medications to Dr. Toledo prior to surgery to ensure a safe procedure and recovery period.
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What to Expect from Rhinoplasty
No other aesthetic surgical procedure today has achieved wider acceptance than rhinoplasty, the reshaping of the nose. It is an especially satisfying procedure that can be performed at any time after the middle teenage years. Desire and health, not age, are the determining factors.
The degree of improvement possible is limited by the individual’s basic nasal skeleton and skin thickness, but wide noses can be narrowed, noses with a hump can be reduced, drooping noses lifted, bulbous tips reduced, and wide nostrils can be narrowed. The objective is to create a nose which is in harmony with your other facial features and has a natural appearance.
Rhinoplasty for cosmetic reasons, or to correct deformities from injuries, is frequently performed in combination with internal nasal surgical procedures to correct breathing problems. If this is the case, medical insurance may cover a portion of the surgical fee.
Nasal surgery can be performed at the same time as a facelift, eyelid surgery, chin augmentation, or other cosmetic surgery procedures.
The Preoperative Visit
The visit will be scheduled approximately two weeks before surgery. It will give you an opportunity to ask questions you might not have previously asked. We will review your medical history, give you a preoperative examination, and discuss what to expect during surgery. If you are over forty years of age or have a history of heart abnormalities, we will arrange for an electrocardiogram. We will also take preoperative photographs, which become a permanent part of your medical record and remain strictly confidential. Your operative consent will be read and signed, preoperative instructions reviewed, and prescriptions for the medications you will need will be given to you at this visit. Your fee will be due at this time.
Arrangements to facilitate overnight or postoperative care will be made to your individual needs. Facility and anesthesia charges are separate from the surgeon’s fee.
What to Expect During Surgery
Nasal surgery is usually performed at the Highland Park Plastic Surgery Center on an outpatient basis under general or twilight sleep sedation anesthesia. A board-certified anesthesiologist or anesthetist will be present to make you comfortable and unaware throughout the procedure.
Before surgery begins, you will be asked to change into a surgical gown and will be taken into a private operating room. An intravenous line will be inserted into a vein in your arm. This will make it possible for the anesthesia provider to administer fluids and to deliver the necessary medications to make you comfortable. Monitoring devices will be connected to you to assure your safety.
Dr. Toledo will talk with you just prior to the surgery to be sure there are no last minute changes. Your face and neck will be washed with an antiseptic solution. The incisions are made inside the nose, and sometimes at the junction of the nose and upper lip. This means that most scars remain hidden. Specialized instruments are used to reposition nasal bones, allowing them to be moved and narrowed, reshaping the nasal structure. The tip of the nose can be shortened or raised, usually by removing an appropriate amount of cartilage. It can also be reduced in size. In some instances, an implant or cartilage from another part of the body can be added to obtain the final shape of the nose.
Patients with unusually large nostrils can have them reduced in size by making a small incision at the base of each nostril. A small wedge of skin is removed and the incision is closed with tiny sutures. These incisions are usually difficult to detect.
Most patients have splints placed inside and outside the nose to provide support and protection.
Rhinoplasty generally takes an hour and a half to two hours. If performed in conjunction with other procedures, surgery will naturally take longer.