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Nose Surgery Cost
$8,350 (Surgeon & Operating Room) + $643 (Anesthesia)
$10,000 (Surgeon & Operating Room) + $786 (Anesthesia)
Closed Rhinoplasty for the overly projecting nose
The overly projecting nose is usually caused from a developmental over-projection of the nasal septal cartilage and nasal bones along the dorsum. The tip cartilages also contribute to the over projection to some degree. Many patients who have an overly projecting nose, also have an under projecting chin.
When patients have a weak and recessive chin profile, Dr. William Portuese will recommend a chin implant placement, which will help with facial balance and proportions, especially with respect to the overly projecting nose. It’s very important to look at the relationship between the chin and the nose, when patients have an overly projecting nose. Most patients who have an overly projecting nose also have a large dorsal hump, which must be shaved down in order to remove it successfully. The cartilaginous dorsal hump is removed with knife or scissors, while the bony dorsal hump is removed with an osteotome or a rasp.
When patients have a wide tip in association with an over projected nose, a conservative cartilage removal and suture techniques are required to narrow the tip to be in alignment with the new, less projecting bridge line. Some patients who have an overly projecting development of the nasal septum with an over projected nose have normal or underdeveloped nasal tip cartilages, therefore no tip surgery is performed on them. When decreasing the overall projection of the nose, there are multiple techniques during the rhinoplasty procedure that can accomplish this goal. In most cases, however the amount of de-projection is never as much as the patient would like. Communication between the rhinoplasty surgeon and the patient is of utmost importance to make sure both understand what the rhinoplasty procedure can accomplish. Computer imaging is of some benefit to help with the communication process
Oregon is a beautiful state in the Pacific Northwest area of the western United States. The Columbia River defines much of the northern border with Washington, while the Snake River boundaries much of its western boundary with Idaho and California. The 42 degrees north latitude also delineates the northern border with Alaska. The state of Oregon is located between the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean and the U.S. Eastern Slope. Oregon is one of the most populous states of the United States with an estimated population of approximately 7 million. There are a total of nine counties in Oregon, with Multnomah County and Clore County being the state’s two major counties. The counties of Wilson, Hood, Putnam, Gresham, Washington, Multnomah, Putnam and Lincoln City are the smallest cities in the state.
About Portland Oregon
Portland is Oregon’s largest city which sits on the Columbia and Willamette rivers, in the shadow of snow-capped Mount Hood. Well known for parks, bridges and bicycle paths, as well as for its eco-friendliness and its microbreweries and coffeehouses. Iconic Washington Park encompasses sites from the formal Japanese Garden to Oregon Zoo and its railway. The city hosts thriving art, theater and music scenes
- Weather: 53°F (12°C), Wind N at 6 mph (10 km/h), 50% Humidity
- Population: 645,291 (2019)
- Area codes: 503 and 971
Top Sights in Portland Oregon
Is it safe in Portland Oregon?
Portland is one of the safest major cities in the United States on virtually any scale and by all criteria. In fact, Portland has below average violent crime rates per population
What is Portland Oregon best known for?
As of late, Portland is best known for its hipster and crunchy (ie. extremely liberal and environmentally-friendly) behavior,
What food is Portland Oregon famous for?
Fried Chicken. Courtesy of Hat Yai, Ice Cream. Courtesy of Salt & Straw, Pok Pok’s Vietnamese Fish Sauce Wings, Pizza. Courtesy of Ken’s Artisan, Nong’s Khao Man Gai
How Far is Portland from Seattle
Portland is 2hr 52 min away from Seattle.
Driving Directions From Portland OR
Our office is located at 1101 Madison St #1280, Seattle, WA 98104
1. Follow I-5 N to 7th Ave in Seattle. Take exit 164A from I-5 N
2. Head northwest toward I-405 N
3. Continue onto I-405 N
4. Use the right 3 lanes to merge onto I-5 N
5. Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 164A for Dearborn St toward James St/Madison St
6. Keep right, follow signs for James St
7. Drive to Marion St
8. Continue onto 7th Ave
9. Turn right onto Marion St
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