Nothing impacts your looks more than the size and shape of your nose. Even a slight alteration has a great impact on your appearance. That’s why rhinoplasty, or reshaping your nose (nose job), is one of the most popular procedures in facial plastic surgery.
Dr. Jacob is a fellow of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology / Head and Neck Surgery. He concentrates exclusively on face, neck, and head surgery. He will use this expertise to make subtle, natural-looking changes to your nose. You will still look like you after surgery, only better!
Dr. Jacob performs rhinoplasty on a wide age range of patients, anywhere from late adolescence through mature adulthood. He will help you set realistic expectations, paying meticulous attention to your overall appearance. The results of his surgeries are remarkable: subtle changes that perfectly balance your facial features and look completely natural.
Rhinoplasty can change your nose size, contour the nasal tip and nostrils, as well as correct impaired breathing.* When deciding on rhinoplasty, ask Dr. Jacob if there are additional procedures he would recommend to enhance your appearance. Many patients opt for chin augmentation at the same time.
Remember, rhinoplasty is a permanent procedure. By improving how you look, you can improve your self-image and enjoy life more. Many teens take advantage of this procedure during their later high school years, especially during the summer before starting college. And, after experiencing positive results, many adults wonder why they waited so long!
Call our New Orleans-area facial plastic surgery practice at 504.456.9068 today to schedule an appointment for your complimentary rhinoplasty consultation with Dr. Dan Jacob. Together you can evaluate and discuss which facial rejuvenation procedures will bring out the best in you. You'll also be able to see some of his work first-hand.
* Because Dr. Jacob is double board-certified by Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery and by American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, it is sometimes possible to have your insurance company pay for a portion of the cost when indicated.