Natural and Beautiful Results by Dr. Westreich in Manhattan

A rhinoplasty can reduce or augment the nose, straighten the profile, and raise the tip. In the hands of an exceptionally skilled surgeon, your results will be both natural and beautiful. Manhattan rhinoplasty surgeon Dr. Richard Westreich expertly performs ethnic rhinoplasty, female rhinoplasty, male rhinoplasty, reconstructive rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty, and functional rhinoplasty.

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Type of Rhinoplasty

Open Rhinoplasty

This type typically leaves a nearly invisible scar on the columella (the skin between the nostrils) and is commonly used as an approach for Rhinoplasty. The same surgery can be performed through both open and closed approaches.

Due to his expertise in using the closed approach, the Open Rhinoplasty approach is used only for specific technical reasons in Dr. Westreich’s practice.

Closed Rhinoplasty

During a closed rhinoplasty procedure, the surgeon performs the surgery through the nostrils without visible incisions. Through the nostrils, the surgeon can modify the cartilage and bones, add grafts and sutures, and have a full view of the nasal anatomy. Dr. Westreich prefers using a Closed rhinoplasty approach for several reasons:

  • Patients often heal quicker compared to open rhinoplasty.
  • The tip-profile relationship is easier to establish and predict using a closed approach.
  • The blood supply to the nasal skin is preserved using the closed approach, which can result in less scarring and thinning of the skin over time.

Non-surgical Rhinoplasty

Results obtained from non-surgical rhinoplasty last between six months and two years. The procedure requires only topical anesthesia and 15-30 minutes to complete. Patients with prior nasal surgery should be aware of an increased risk of vascular blockage using non-surgical Rhinoplasty. Certain areas of the nose also carry a higher risk of complications with filler injection.

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No Downtime Options

No Downtime Options

At New Face NY, Dr. Westreich is celebrated for providing a diverse range of cosmetic procedures and medspa treatments with minimal downtime. A key factor contributing to this success is Dr. Westreich's preference for using local anesthesia whenever suitable.

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Rhinoplasty is Greek for “nose-reshaping”. Some of the most common reasons patients seek rhinoplasty are to straighten the nose, remove dorsal humps, reduce the overall size of the nose or augment the nasal bridge.

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Ethnic Rhinoplasty

Ethnic Rhinoplasty

Thanks to modern advances in today’s rhinoplasty techniques, Ethnic clients no longer have to accept a one-size-fits-all nose job that dismisses their cultural identity and ignores their uniquely attractive idiosyncrasies.

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A deviated septum can hinder airflow, causing breathing difficulties. While non-surgical treatments offer relief for some symptoms, nothing matches the effectiveness and durability of surgery. Septoplasty, a procedure to straighten the inside of the nose, significantly enhances overall health.

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Foundation Rhinoplasty

Foundation Rhinoplasty

The Foundation rhinoplasty technique, which is used for crooked or deviated noses, is also helpful in retaining more of the shape a patient had before surgery. It can be used as a stand alone procedure, or to set the foundation for a more comprehensive aesthetic rhinoplasty.

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Male Rhinoplasty

Male Rhinoplasty

While we don’t always associate men with plastic surgery, males are among the fastest growing group to seek plastic surgery. Males have had an almost 50% increase in non-surgical procedures since 2020 and represent approximately 10% of all plastic surgery patients with Otoplasty (40%), Chin Augmentation (30%) and Rhinoplasty (20%) being most common. 

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Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

As aesthetic medicine advances, new developments become available, including a rhinoplasty (or nose job) performed without surgery. While this may have been unimaginable in the past, the treatment is now provided by Dr. Richard Westreich.

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Revision Rhinoplasty

Revision Rhinoplasty

A poorly performed nose job can result in physical flaws, functional problems or a loss of self-confidence. A revision rhinoplasty is a secondary nose job performed to correct errors or healing problems resulting from your initial rhinoplasty. Dr. Westreich may use cartilage grafts to restore natural aesthetic and functional characteristics to your nose.

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