Your nose is one of your most prominent features. If you are dissatisfied with the shape of your nose, and wish to refine it with cosmetic surgery, you should be prepared to define your goals, determine the surest way to achieve those goals, and make no compromises in your pursuit of the results you desire. Meet with several reputable and credentialed surgeons, ask questions, and make your choice based on the surgeon's ability to listen and educate, as well as his or her track record of providing beautiful results.

If you’re interested, talk to your physician about getting a referral. (If I were to go for it, I’d also do my own research, maybe asking a friend who’d had a positive experience — and whose results I could see — for the name of her doctor.) Then check with your provincial college of physicians for disciplinary issues, the Canadian Medical Protective Association for malpractice issues and RateMDs.com to see what other patients say about specific doctors. Ask for Botox before and after photos, and get a sense of how long the doctor has been administering Botox. (Are are a few other questions to ask your doctor before taking the plunge.)
Case 92: This procedure was all about correction of a droopy twisted tip. This patient was especially bothered by the tip’s tendency to drop and spread when she smiled, with a twist that made one nostril look higher than the other. After surgery, her nose is about as straight and symmetric as can be and the straighter bridge line makes her look younger.
Case 44: One of the hardest things to accomplish in a nose job is giving a person a smaller version of the same nose. In Los Angeles, where small differences can mean everything, doing Finesse Rhinoplasty is common. Even at 6 months, you can see that, on profile, this patient’s tip is less projected but he still has a strong masculine profile. On base view, you will also notice the deprojection and the fact that alar base reduction can be done with no visible scars and maintenance of the natural nostril curve.
Let's talk real dollars and cents: the costs to the surgeon before your rhinoplasty determine the cost put on to you. Surgeons in Yorkville, for example, have significantly higher overhead for real estate and staffing and so that all gets factored in. That beautiful waiting room you saw? You're paying for some of it in your surgery. Yes, experience of the surgeon and extent of surgery determine the major cost of the procedure, but consider what else has gone into your consultation.  

If you check out surgeons online, you will see that the prices of a "standard" rhinoplasty vary quite a lot from country to country, clinic to clinic and surgeon to surgeon. This is, of course, related to the standard of the country, type of the clinic, but most of all and most important of all, the surgeon's education, experience, the techniques he/she uses, the number of surgeries he/she performed, the percentage of successfull surgeries and number of satisfied patients.
Thanks for your question.  There are many factors that contribute to the cost of rhinoplasty.  This may include any previous surgery (revision), anesthesia preferences, and the complexity of the procedure.  Each nose needs to be approached individually.  That being said, the average cost of rhinoplasty is between $5,000 and $10,000.  I will reiterate what others have said in that your comfort level in the surgeon, their experience with this procedure, as well as their aesthetic taste should be a guiding factors in the decision rather than price.  Good luck.
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Both anesthesiologists and registered nurse anesthetists can administer anesthesia. An anesthesiologist is a specially trained physician who will administer anesthesia and monitor your vital signs during surgery. A registered nurse anesthetist has specialized training to do the same.  However, while a registered nurse's services can cost about $300 per hour, an anesthesiologist's services can cost closer to $500 per hour.


Pain medication costs – Following surgery, most patients will experience mild to severe pain. Some patients don’t take pain medication while others choose different types of painkillers as prescribed by their surgeon. Narcotic medications are not recommended as they could be addictive. Expect to spend $20-40 for non-opioid pain medications that are not blood thinners.
Case 4: Some might think that this patient had had previous rhinoplasty with tip collapse, but she did not. Occasionally, the shape of the tip cartilages is very vertically-oriented, causing a deep groove in the nostril. She felt this, along with her marked tip crookedness, drew unwanted attention to her nose. Now, her nose is smaller, smoother, more defined, and just blends with the rest of her face.
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