Rhinoplasty, a surgical procedure commonly known as a “nose job,” has become much more common in recent years. There are several reasons for this. For one thing, increasing media use focuses wide attention on the successful surgeries of celebrities (and even ordinary individuals). For another, the culture as a whole has increasingly accepted various means of improving and enhancing one’s appearance. The third, and perhaps most important, reason for the popularity of rhinoplasty is the astonishing improvements that have been made in the operation itself.
Preparing a list of questions prior to your initial consultation will ensure that you remember all of your concerns in order to gain complete understanding of the procedure. One of the most commonly asked questions is what is the cost of a rhinoplasty? Booking a complimentary and private consultation at our Toronto surgery centre will be the first step. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will make you feel welcome and comfortable. You will find that Dr. Cory Torgerson is very approachable and happy to answer all of your questions. Our team at the Toronto Facial Cosmetic Surgery Clinic are big believers in any prospective patient doing their research before choosing their top cosmetic surgeon. Full comprehension of rhinoplasty surgery alleviates concerns and prepares patients with what to expect.
Revision rhinoplasty surgery involves correcting or improving the appearance of the nose following rhinoplasty surgery.  This surgery is typically more complicated and difficult than a primary rhinoplasty due to the presence of scar tissue and, usually, the fact that excessive resection of cartilage and other structural elements within the nose has occurred.
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You are a good candidate for rhinoplasty if you are in good general health. You have been bothered by the appearance of your nose for some time (years). You are generally happy with yourself but just don't like your nose. You are doing the procedure for yourself, not because of outside pressure from friends or family. You expect significant improvement but not perfection. 

The cost of rhinoplasty is dependent upon several factors. First you will want to take into consideration the level of skill, years of practice and quality of education of your surgeon. You want to ensure that your plastic surgeon is board certified, with plenty of experience and knowledge. Even better is if he or she is also competent in revision rhinoplasty surgery. The physician’s time and the complexity of the procedure, in conjunction with the anesthesia fee and operating room is also associated in the cost. In addition, is the facility spotless, licensed, and state-of-the-art? When considering rhinoplasty, it is important to do your research and consult with a board certified plastic surgeon who has a depth of experience. In my practice, I approach rhinoplasty similar to that of an artist:  your face is the canvas, and my eyes and hands are the paint brush. Very carefully and delicately I enjoy creating an elegant, well-defined nose that not only enhances your facial features, but leaves you with a more beautiful version of yourself.  
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