Reconstructive rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that corrects functional issues with the nose. If you experience issues with breathing or other nasal functions due to a congenital defect, injury or unsatisfactory result with a previous surgery, you may be considering reconstructive rhinoplasty in NJ.

Why Reconstructive Rhinoplasty in NJ and not NYC?

If you’re looking for someone to fix a previous nose job or address a functional concern with your nasal passages via reconstruction, you don’t have to search far and wide for the right providers. Surgeons who are experienced in reconstructive rhinoplasty are available right here in New Jersey.

Reasons to get reconstructive rhinoplasty in NJ and not in a metro area like NYC include convenience, cost and better follow up.

Reconstructive Rhinoplasty in NJ Is More Convenient

Driving into the city isn’t a convenience. It takes some planning and a lot of time. Typically with reconstructive rhinoplasty, you will not just go one time to see the surgeon. You’ll need to visit the provider for an initial consult (and possibly a secondary consult if you need to make final decisions about the procedure). You’ll then see the provider for the procedure, either in his or her surgery facility or at an outpatient hospital. Finally, you’ll have to make one or more follow up appointments so the surgeon can ensure you are healing and recovering properly. Dealing with a drive into the metropolis for every one of these appointments adds a lot of time and hassle to your rhinoplasty plans and procedure.

Many people don’t realize that nose jobs, as with many forms of plastic surgery, are often outpatient procedures. That means someone can take you home and care for you the day of the procedure. If you’re traveling from the city to New Jersey after a reconstructive rhinoplasty, you may not have the most comfortable of trips.

Going Local Can Reduce the Cost of the Procedure

Surgeons in NJ deal with lower overhead costs (via rent and other factors) than their counterparts in an area like Manhattan. Those cost savings might be something they can pass on to their patients.

In addition, you’ll have to take less time away from your own work or daily activities and travel a lesser distance. If you travel to the city for all these appointments, there are expenses associated with making the trip. Seeing a surgeon in your own city avoids this hassle. All of these little things can add up to save you money.

A Local Doctor is Easier to Follow up With

If something happens to concern you in the days following your reconstructive rhinoplasty, you’ll want to be able to get into your surgeon’s office as quickly as possible. You likely won’t want to make a long drive into the city to do it. Planning a reconstructive rhinoplasty in NJ makes it easier to follow up with your surgeon, and good follow up is a foundation for a more satisfactory outcome after any surgery.

Finding the Right Surgeon

All these are great benefits to reconstructive rhinoplasty in NJ, but you do also have to consider the quality of the procedure. With qualified, trusted surgeons like those at Cohen Winters practicing in the state, you don’t have to worry about sacrificing safety or quality for convenience.

The surgeons at Cohen Winters have years of experience in performing reconstructive rhinoplasty. Whether you want to fix a problem left by a less-experienced surgeon or address issues that come from old injuries, your surgeon will take time to understand your goals and provide information and options so you can make an educated decision about rhinoplasty.

You don’t have to go out of state to find the right doctor for your plastic surgery. Instead, spend some time getting to know a surgeon right here in New Jersey and partnering with him or her to ensure the best possible outcome for any nose job you might undergo.

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Dr. Winters

About Dr. Winters

Dr. Winters specializes in primary, revision, reconstructive, functional and teenage rhinoplasty surgeries. Dr. Winters is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and maintains active memberships in the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery and others.