Posted June 28, 2019 by The Parker CenterAugust 12th, 2019
Curious about rhinoplasty? We’ve answered all the nosy questions in our new infographic: who invented rhinoplasty, how it’s performed, who’s getting nose jobs these days, and how nose surgery can help you look and feel your very best.
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Posted April 25, 2019 by Dr. ParkerApril 25th, 2019
Every day, plastic surgery patients all over the world opt to go under the knife with the goal of looking better and feeling more confident—and it’s no secret that they are typically thrilled with their results. That said, patients prefer to limit downtime after surgery, and we are always on the lookout for advances that… click to continue reading
Posted August 27, 2013 by Dr. ParkerJuly 2nd, 2019
Patients who are interested in undergoing a rhinoplasty procedure, more commonly known as a “nose job”, should consider having genioplasty, more commonly known as a chin augmentation, at the same time, if this is appropriate. Patients should take into consideration how a rhinoplasty will alter their facial harmony, especially in relation to their chin. Dr.… click to continue reading
Posted June 4, 2013 by Dr. ParkerSeptember 22nd, 2017
Stacey, a 59-year-old woman who primarily works outdoors, wanted to rejuvenate her appearance. After extensive research and careful consideration, she opted to have a facelift and neck lift combined with a breast augmentation and a lip implant.
“I decided to have everything done at once to minimize my downtime. I knew that I wanted to… click to continue reading
Posted May 21, 2013 by Dr. ParkerMay 2nd, 2016
24-year-old Megan is a full-time registered nurse at a local hospital in New Jersey. She has always disliked her nose and has been self-conscious about it ever since middle school. While Megan’s nose was not large, she had a very rounded, fleshy tip that bothered her.
“While I’ve always hated my nose, I didn’t seriously… click to continue reading
Posted November 27, 2012 by Dr. ParkerMay 2nd, 2016
Rhinoplasty or a “nose job” has always been a top cosmetic surgical procedure for both sexes. In 2011 it was the most popular cosmetic surgery for men and the second most popular cosmetic surgery for women according to the ASPS (American Society of Plastic Surgeons).
“Rhinoplasty is a popular surgery because it has such a… click to continue reading
Posted November 6, 2012 by Dr. ParkerMay 4th, 2016
Larry is a 23 year old who had always been unhappy with how his nose looked. As he got older, it bothered him more and more. Every time he looked in the mirror his nose was all he could see, and he had started to think that lately, it was looking worse.
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Posted October 9, 2012 by Dr. ParkerJuly 29th, 2016
Patients considering cosmetic surgery at the Parker Center for Plastic Surgery experience a comprehensive and educational initial consultation. Dr. Paul M. Parker believes that patient education is a cornerstone of his plastic surgery philosophy. Part of a patient’s education at the Parker Center consultation involves using computer imaging to visually understand their treatment plan.
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Posted July 3, 2012 by Dr. ParkerMay 2nd, 2016
Yvonne, a 61-year old mother and grandmother who works full-time, initially wanted to have rhinoplasty because of a deviated septum. After seeing an ENT (ear, nose and throat specialist) who said he would fix her deviated septum but not do anything else to her nose, Yvonne decided to see a New Jersey plastic surgeon.
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Posted June 19, 2012 by Dr. ParkerMay 2nd, 2016
Recently, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, released their 2011 Plastic Surgery Procedural Statistics Report. In this report, which was discussed on NBC’s “Today Show,” the stats show that that across the board procedure rates are up 5% from 2010 for men and women. The rise in procedures may be a marker of consumer confidence,… click to continue reading