Teens ask for teen rhinoplasty surgery more than any other type of cosmetic surgery
Teen rhinoplasty is typically performed as outpatient surgery and under general anesthesia. This means a teen who gets teen rhinoplasty surgery will go home the same day as the surgery. In Charlotte NC, Dr. M. Sean Freeman is known as the expert in teen rhinoplasty procedures.
The optimum age for teen rhinoplasty surgery
Dr. Freeman recommends a teen not have teen rhinoplasty until their nose if fully formed. This typically happens around age 14 to 16 for girls and age 16 to 18 for boys.
Teen rhinoplasty surgery can address several issues
There are several types of teen rhinoplasty surgery. These include straightening the bridge of the nose, removing a hump, changing the size of the nostrils, reshaping the tip, repairing an injury, opening airways, and changing the size of the nose.
Considering the risks of teen rhinoplasty surgery
While most people come through teen rhinoplasty surgery with little more than a bit of swelling and bruising, there are some inherent risks in having this type of surgery. These include nosebleeds, numbness, small blood vessels bursting, scarring, swelling and nerve damage. Dr. Freeman meets with any Charlotte NC teen requesting teen rhinoplasty surgery and their parents. During this initial consultation meeting, Dr. Freeman discusses the details and possibilities of teen rhinoplasty surgery in-depth.