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Nose and Rhinoplasty Surgery

New York City



Rhinoplasty Surgeon

Rhinoplasty Surgeon

Double board certified facial plastic surgeon


What it means to be board certifiedDr. Philip J. Miller is a renowned rhinoplasty specialist with offices in New York. There are several reasons Dr. Miller is one of the Top Doctors of New York and considered one of the Best Doctors in the country, including his education, training, expertise, accolades, and contributions to the medical community, his unbridled skill and his artistic vision. Dr. Miller is a rhinoplasty master, revered by both his patients and peers alike.

Understanding Your Nose

If you’re going to choose a cosmetic surgery that would be, hands down, the most noticeable…it would have to be nose plastic surgery. After all, it’s right there in the middle of your face! Dr. Philip J Miller, known as the “New York Rhinoplasty Master,” has patient after patient come into his office wanting the nose they’ve always dreamed of. More About Understanding Your Nose

Changing Nasal Aesthetics

Your nose sits front and center and is responsible for a number of daily functions that you usually take for granted. From smelling the flowers to filling your lungs, your nose plays a vital role in your day-to-day existence. Unfortunately, unless there is a nasal blockage that prevents easy breathing, you probably ignore your nose for the most part. More About Changing Nasal Aesthetics

Open vs. Closed Rhinoplasty

Dr. Philip Miller has over 20 years of experience in the field of rhinoplasty and is considered a master rhinoplasty surgeon. His New York rhinoplasty practice is located in an accredited office based surgery facility. A typical nose job surgery lasts from 1 to 2.5 hours. Individuals considering rhinoplasty surgery should ideally be a non-smoker and at least 13 years of age. More About Open Vs. Closed Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty Results

Rhinoplasty Results

New York Facial Plastic Surgeon


Right View Before and After Photo of Rhinoplasty Patient 2524 in New YorkDid you know that Napoleon Bonaparte was the one who originally said, “A picture is worth a thousand words”? Since then multiple people have been credited with the meaning that saying has today. But generally speaking the phrase is used to say that a picture can often convey a message better than words can. When it comes to the before an after pictures of just a few of our rhinoplasty surgeries, Napoleon and those after him could not be more right.

Before and after pictures of rhinoplasty procedures at Rhinoplasty Master in New York can be compared to online shopping. People don’t read a description of a garment and then decide to buy it they look at the images provided. Rhinoplasty is not only more serious than buying a new top online, it’s a permanent visual change made to your face. Also reading all the technical mumbo jumbo can only do so much for a perspective rhinoplasty patient.

Now of course Dr. Miller does makes sure that all rhinoplasty procedures are done to fit match the other characteristics of his patient’s face, but seeing the work on other patients definitely shows how skilled the doctor is. Because Rhinoplasty Master strives for the most natural looking results, looking at before and after pictures can be a task. All before and after pictures have brief descriptions of what was done so perspective patients can better identify what was accomplished during surgery. Rhinoplasty Master is one of New York’s finest clinics for other types of rhinoplasty including ethnic and revisional rhinoplasty as well as repairing nasal fractures, all of which have before and after pictures on the website. Dr. Miller’s before and after pictures are so impressive Napoleon might say they’re worth double the amount of words or compliments. More About Rhinoplasty Results

Rhinoplasty Procedures

Rhinoplasty Procedures

New York Facial Plastic Surgeon


Revision Rhinoplasty
Although it is not ideal, revision rhinoplasty is sometime required following an initial rhinoplasty procedure. About 5-12% patients who have undergone a nose job surgery require a revision rhinoplasty procedure, from minor to major changes. As one can imagine, this second, or third, or fourth surgery can be more challenging and cult than the first one – and it is important that patients carefully choose a surgeon with a extensive experience and meticulous attention to detail. More About Revision Rhinoplasty

Nasal Tip Rhinoplasty

One of the most commonly cited reasons for nose surgery in New York is an over-projected nasal tip. The patient may feel that the tip of the nose protrudes too far, creating an unappealing profile. The reason for the over-projection may be structural: the nasal bridge, called the dorsum, could be overdeveloped. More About Nasal Tip Rhinoplasty

Micro Rhinoplasty - Nose Job Without Surgery

Reducing the nasal hump traditionally required a technique known as osteotomy in which the nasal bones are manually fractured and then repositioned. This typically required general anesthesia and added to the recovery time as well as the potential complications. Today, an exciting new less invasive technique known as MicroRhinoplasty is being used which allows the nasal hump to be reduced without needing to break the nose. More About Micro Rhinoplasty

Reduction Rhinoplasty

One of the most common complaints made by nose job candidates in NYC is that they want a smaller nose. Whether they are unhappy with the width, profile or nostril size, many people struggle with a nose that is disproportionately large for their face. Nose reduction, also called reduction rhinoplasty, is one of the most common surgeries performed by Dr. Miller. More About Reduction Rhinoplasty

Nasal Fractures

Nasal fractures, or broken noses, result from facial injuries in contact sports or falls. When a physical fight or car accident results in a broken nose, there is more than just appearance to consider. While many NYC patients may often have to contend with a significant alteration to his or her appearance, they may also experience culty breathing.

Septoplasty

Septoplasty

New York Facial Plastic Surgeon


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Do you have trouble breathing through your nose? You could have a deviated septum. The septum is the structure that separates the two nasal cavities. When it is deviated, or crooked, part of it obstructs a nasal passage, blocking the air flow through the nostril. Individuals with deviated septums may snore or suffer from sleep apnea.

A deviated septum can be fixed with a procedure called a septoplasty. During this surgery, the septum is straightened to remove the obstruction from the nasal passage. More About Septoplasty

Difficulty Breathing

By some estimates, 80% of all people have an off-center septum, the bone and cartilage that divide the nasal cavity in two. Most people do not experience any symptoms from this misalignment. However, a severely deviated septum can cause breathing complications, nasal passage(s) obstruction, nosebleeds, recurrent sinus infections and sleep apnea. When a deviated septum causes these kinds of problems, Septoplasty surgery is necessary. More About Difficulty Breathing

Ethnic Rhinoplasty

Ethnic Rhinoplasty

New York Facial Plastic Surgeon


Ethnic Rhinoplasty

If you are in the New York or Tri-State area and are considering rhinoplasty, you have probably heard the term ethnic rhinoplasty thrown around. While not every patient understands exactly why ethnic rhinoplasty techniques exist, the truth is that for patients of Asian, Hispanic, African American, or Indian descent, ethnic rhinoplasty offers specialized procedures that can offer patients results that more closely meet their expectations. More About Ethnic Rhinoplasty

Unique Considerations of Asian Rhinoplasty

Asian rhinoplasty is different from Caucasian rhinoplasty in a number of respects. While rhinoplasty is not uncommon among Asians, the desired changes differ from the requests commonly made by Caucasian patients, or patients of other ethnicities for that matter. The differences in nasal anatomy of Asian rhinoplasty versus other rhinoplasty patients dictate what changes the patients would like to make to the nose. More About Asian Rhinoplasty

African American Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty is no longer an uncommon procedure among African Americans. New York rhinoplasty surgeon Dr. Philip J. Miller specializes in African American rhinoplasty. At one time, the procedure was not so common and less emphasis was placed on maintaining the ethnic features of African American patients. More About African American Rhinoplasty

Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty

Dr. Philip J Miller and the professionals at his New York office understand that most of his Middle Eastern patients, seeking rhinoplasty, want to change or enhance the appearance of their nose without completely deleting their identity or heritage. Dr. Miller, known as the “New York Rhinoplasty Master,” uses his skill and training to reach the cosmetic and medical results that Middle Eastern people want. More About Middle Eastern Rhinoplasty

Hispanic Rhinoplasty

Until recent years, Hispanic rhinoplasty and its differences from Caucasian rhinoplasty has not been well understood. Primarily, this is because rhinoplasty has not been as popular among Hispanic patients, but that is changing as the Hispanic population grows. According to an article published at pubmed.gov, Hispanic rhinoplasty in New York and elsewhere is expected to rise as the Hispanic population in the United States grows.

Male Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty is becoming more popular amongst men

New York Facial Plastic Surgeon


Dr. Miller Male Rhinoplasty in New YorkMore and more men are undergoing cosmetic surgery, including rhinoplasty. Male rhinoplasty is on the rise in New York and other cities, where men are showing more concern for their appearances and overall well-being.

A press release issued in 2011 by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons noted that male cosmetic surgery, including rhinoplasty in New York and elsewhere, has become more popular than in previous years.

Male rhinoplasty in New York is commonly performed in order to reshape a patient’s nose due to trauma or abnormalities, or simply because the patient does not like his nose. A person’s nose may be misshapen because of illness, injury, or the individual could have been born with nasal abnormalities. When the shape of the nose is crooked or altered, it may also affect the function of the nose. Male rhinoplasty can address issues of form and function of the nose. More About Male Rhinoplasty

Teenage Rhinoplasty

Teenage Rhinoplasty

New York Facial Plastic Surgeon


Rhinoplasty is the most-often requested procedure by teenage patients in NYC. This is not surprising given today’s societal pressure to fit in combined the popularity of social media websites and the “selfie” culture that comes with it.

While some professionals assert that teens are not mature enough to understand or deal with the implications of plastic surgery, Dr. Philip Miller believes that parental involvement and careful patient selection can ensure the process is beneficial and highly successful for the right teenage patient.

First and foremost, if you are a teen in New York City and considering rhinoplasty, your nose must have reached full development. This typically happens between the ages of 14 and 15 for girls and 16 or 18 for boys. The average age of Dr. Miller’s teen rhinoplasty patients is 15 to 19. During the consultation, Dr. Miller will assess your nasal bones, cartilage and septum to determine if your nose has reached this stage.

The other major consideration is whether you, as a teenager, are psychologically ready for the procedure. Teen patients that can clearly identify their rationale for the procedure and enunciate an understanding of all benefits and risks, make the best candidates.

Whether it is to correct appearance or breathing abnormalities, with proper assessment and support, teens can be excellent rhinoplasty patients. More About Teenage Rhinoplasty

Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

New York Facial Plastic Surgeon


If you are dissatisfied with your nose because of hollows or depressions that affect its overall appearance yet you want to avoid invasive and painful surgical procedures, Liquid Rhinoplasty may be the right solution for you.

While Liquid Rhinoplasty cannot make your nose smaller or permanently change the underlying structure, if minor filling is all that is needed to create a more pleasing overall shape, then Liquid Rhinoplasty may be the perfect solution.

As a leading rhinoplasty surgeon in NYC, Dr. Philip J. Miller understands that not every patient who is dissatisfied with their nose requires invasive surgery to improve its appearance. For those patients, Dr. Miller offers non-surgical or liquid rhinoplasty treatments.

Liquid Rhinoplasty is the latest in non-surgical treatments to modify the shape of the nose. Using injectable fillers, Dr. Miller is able to change the shape, size and position of the nasal tip, straighten the nose and even hide bumps. For the right patient, Liquid Rhinoplasty is a convenient and pain-free alternative to invasive surgical procedures to correct certain undesirable nose characteristics. More About Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

Virtual Rhinoplasty

Virtual Rhinoplasty

New York Facial Plastic Surgeon


What is Virtual Rhinoplasty?

Virtual Rhinoplasty utilizes the latest in computer imaging and technology to provide rhinoplasty patients with the ability to see what finished results will look like before ever stepping foot in the surgical suite. For anyone considering a nose job, a source of concern comes from wondering what the finished result will actually be. For anyone considering a major surgical procedure such as rhinoplasty, it is quite natural to have some reservations that your appearance after the procedure will not match the image you had in mind. Will all the effort and recovery be worth it? Will you get the improvement you hoped for? Will you like the “new” you? The good news for today’s potential nose job patient is that these concerns are a thing of the past. With Virtual Rhinoplasty, technology has merged with medicine to provide a cutting edge tool that allows you to visualize plastic surgery results – all from the comfort of your consultation chair.

How Does Virtual Rhinoplasty Work?

When you schedule a nose job consultation with Dr. Miller in NYC, one of the things you will likely do together is use Virtual Rhinoplasty software to explore how different changes to your nose will impact the final results. Dr. Miller will take pre-operative photographs of your nose from different angles and then upload them to his computer, where he will manipulate the photos with his specialized Virtual Rhinoplasty computer program. More About Virtual Rhinoplasty

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“One of the most rewarding things I find in my everyday life is meeting you, addressing your concerns, and surpassing your expectations.”

Philip J. Miller, MD, FACS

Manhattan's Top Rhinoplasty Surgeon
In their own words.


I'm 100% confident in the final results of the rhinoplasty procedure I had with Dr. Miller. The healing process takes a while, but it’s been a good process and I love my results. Dr. Miller, listened to me and understood what I wanted and I could tell he knew what he was talking about. Catherine from Manhattan.

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Research Articles
1998
 

The Nasal Valve is the most important region responsible for air flow... - Philip J. Miller, MD, FACS and Minas Constantinides, MD
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2006
 

Endonasal rhinoplasty & structural grafting, combine to give better results... - Philip J. Miller, MD, FACS and Anil R. Shah, MD
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Surgical Procedures

Perhaps you look in the mirror and have noticed your facial shape has changed and now the majority of volume is in your lower face. Dr. Miller can help you restore your facial volume and contour.

Dr. Miller begins with his artistic approach to provide you with aesthetically-pleasing and natural results. He firmly believes everyone should look like a better and more rested version of themselves.

We are honored you would consider choosing Dr. Miller as your surgeon and we work diligently to find a time for you to come in for your consultation where you have complete privacy.