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Ask the Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Repta: The Best Nose Job That Fits Your Face & Personality

Dr. Remus Repta, Board Certified Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon of Scottsdale, answers the questions that you, the public, have submitted. Dr. Repta and Arizona Foothills Magazine are excited to help bridge the void between the curious public and the expert for safe, informative, and real answers.

If you want your plastic surgery questions answered next, contact us at askthesurgeon@azfoothills.com.

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Q:  Hello Dr. Repta.  Thank you in advance for answering my question.  I have been thinking of getting a nose job forever but I am afraid of looking fake or having a nose that doesn’t fit my face or personality.  How can this be prevented? —-Jen

A:  Hello Jen.  It’s my pleasure.  I love what I do.  I think your concern is very common and one that a lot of people who are considering a rhinoplasty (nose job) also have.  A rhinoplasty can be a wonderfully powerful way to improve not only the way your nose looks but also how it functions and how the balance of the face is restored.  When thorough surgeon-patient discussion during the consultation takes place and is followed by a well thought out surgical plan and meticulous attention to surgical detail, a natural and balanced nasal shape and appearance can be accomplished.  Personally, I prefer to treat each part of the nose separately and then combine everything to get the final result.  I think doing so results in an inherently naturally looking and well-functioning nose with great long-term results.  The before and after photos below are an example of the subtle, yet profound changes that can be accomplished with a properly planned and well-performed rhinoplasty procedure.

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All the best,
Dr. Remus Repta

drrepta.com
855-377-3782 (Dr Repta)
8900 E Raintree Dr Suite 200
Scottsdale AZ, 85260

For more information on Dr. Repta at AAA Plastic Surgeryclick here.

For more information on Dr. Repta’s tummy tuck and body contouring procedures, click here.

To ‘Ask the Surgeon’ yourself, email askthesurgeon@azfoothills.com (all inquiries will remain confidential). The top questions will be featured in each month’s “Q&A Ask The Plastic Surgeon” featured blog.

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