John Bitner MD has published a new article on rhinoplasty, which sheds light on one of the most important aspects of Facial Plastic Surgery Services for anyone considering facial plastic surgery. Anyone that is considering facial plastic surgery – albeit surgical procedure or nonsurgical for the face, nose or eyes and other interested individuals can view the full article at http://www.drjohnbitner.com/
The article includes several interesting pieces of information, one in particular is insurance can sometimes cover the cost of rhinoplasty with many exceptions and exclusions. If the main complaint is nasal obstruction, has failed medical therapy and deemed the external portion of the nose as the cause of the obstruction then a request can be submitted. This should be of particular interest to anyone considering nasal surgery because not only is the nose a cosmetic aspect of one’s appearance, it also serves an important functional role. More details at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyixQE2AyQA
One of the most important piece of information the article tries to convey and communicate is rhinoplasty is typically elective surgery that reshapes the nose. This surgery is just about the most common cosmetic surgery procedures available. The surgeon makes the nose bigger or smaller or totally changes the shape of the bridge or the tip of the nose. It can correct an injury, a birth defect or a breathing problem. The best example of this is perhaps found in the following extract:
‘Most patients need to schedule around one week to recoup from a rhinoplasty. In spite of the fact that rhinoplasty is not especially agonizing the most widely recognized complaint is that it’s quite difficult to breathe while recouping. While there is no packing inside the nose during or after nose surgery, there is typically scabbing, crusting and swelling of the tissues that obstructs one’s airway. Bruising around the eyes is common. The bruising begins to subside during the 1st week however it can take at least two weeks to totally resolve.’
In discussing the article’s creation, John Bitner MD, Owner at John Bitner MD said:
“When choosing a rhinoplasty surgeon it is important to find someone who understands both the cosmetic and functional aspect of nasal anatomy. It is also important for the doctor and patient to have a way to properly discuss individual ideals of nasal beauty..”
Regular readers of John Bitner MD will notice the article takes a familiar tone, which has been described as ‘informational’.
John Bitner MD now welcomes comments and questions from readers, in relation to the article, as they are intent on informing potential patients the pros and cons of rhinoplasty. The reason is simply because there are many options for nose surgery.
Anyone who has a specific question about a past, present, or future article can contact John Bitner MD via their website at http://www.drjohnbitner.com/
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