Rhinoplasty's Impact on Self-esteem [Sponsored Article]
Rhinoplasty is a medical term for what is colloquially called a "nose job." It's become an increasingly standard procedure for women and men of all ages, especially those between 20 and 40, thanks to the benefits that it can bring.
Rhinoplasty's Impact on Self-esteem
Perhaps the most significant benefit of rhinoplasty is the impact that it can have on self-esteem.
Rhinoplasties don't give you a new nose. Instead, the procedure takes the nose that you have and then adjusts it so that you can be the best version of you possible. It's an enhancement that will leave you looking fresh, symmetrical and stunning, but it will still be you.
How Rhinoplasty Can Obliterate Self-Consciousness and Give You Freedom
If you aren't comfortable with the way your nose looks, it can make you feel self-conscious. You may worry that people notice how it looks and judge you because of it. You may also want to hide your nose or not show your face in photographs because of the way it appears.
If you’re unhappy with the size and shape of your nose you may be a good candidate for rhinoplasty. Most patients discover they feel much better about themselves after enhancing their nose and are able to live their lives without feeling so self-conscious all the time.
The Benefits of Having a Board-Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon Perform Rhinoplasty
The American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is a private organization dedicated to ensuring high standards of care for patients who want to undergo rhinoplasty. The organization ensures that all facial plastic and reconstructive surgeons provide a high level of patient care.
A board-certified facial plastic surgeon must demonstrate that he or she meets specific standards to qualify. Choosing a board-certified surgeon, therefore, ensures that you get somebody who has proven to have great skills in rhinoplasty and that you can avoid people who may not have the skills to create satisfactory results.
If you’re considering a cosmetic procedure, consider Sacramento’s Dr. Kaniff, a double board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon and Medical Director at Kaniff Cosmetic Medical Center.
Dr. Kaniff is a graduate of Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, Chicago, where he also completed his residency. He interned LA County USC Medical Center. His training also includes a Fellowship at the world renowned McCollough Plastic Surgery Clinic.
Call Kaniff Cosmetic Medical Center at 916-480-9080 for more information or visit their website at https://facialcosmeticsurg.com/