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A Personalized Nose Job for Flattering Results

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Rhinoplasty, commonly referred to as a nose job, can reshape your nose to address imperfections or even correct functional issues. When reshaping your nose, Dr. Hove will apply his artistic and surgical skills to design a procedure that reflects your unique features and desires. He is dedicated to helping you achieve your goals with precise, detail-oriented care.

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A rhinoplasty refers to any type of procedure that is reshaping the nose. Every nose is different, and for that reason, it's mandatory to explore and approach each nose individually and discuss possible treatment options. A rhinoplasty is needed whenever you desire to reshape the nose, whether it be elective cosmetic purposes, or more commonly, if you develop any problems with the function of the nose. Most rhinoplasties that are performed typically take about one to two hours in duration, however, some of the most complex reconstructive cases can take about three or four hours under general anesthesia. Rhinoplasty is considered one of the most difficult yet artistic procedures that surgeons will perform. Because of my skill with my artistic background, I'm able to best approach your nose and evaluate any problems during the surgery. After all, I want you to have the nose that you want, not the nose that I want.

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I believe that to excel in any career, one has to keep reaching, learning, and sharpening their skills, instead of resting idle on some self-declared title. At the Hove Center for Facial Plastic Surgery, we continually strive to bring you the latest advanced techniques and products in the field of facial plastic surgery, both cosmetic and reconstructive.

-Dr. Christopher Hove