Rhinoplasty in Holland, MI

Rhinoplasty or nose reshaping helps improve the shape and size of your nose. Not only done for cosmetic reasons, it may be required to correct medical problems like chest congestion and restricted breathing as well. The most popular reason to get rhinoplasty, however, remains aesthetic. If you are also unhappy with the appearance of your nose, you can contact the experienced staff at Plastic Surgery Arts of West Michigan in Holland.

Dr. Ryan Dodde II and his efficient team can provide you with the results you desire and still ensure the results look natural and maintain the harmony of your face. A sculptor by hobby, Dr. Dodde combines his artistic vision with his extensive training in plastic surgery to provide beautiful results for every patient at Plastic Surgery Arts.

Depending on your health history, anatomy, and cosmetic preferences, Dr. Dodde will discuss the various options available for rhinoplasty with you. After the procedure, the nose can be built up using tissue, cartilage and bone or filler; the incision can be closed or open; the nasal passage may or may not require packing. There will be a splint on your nose for support during the healing period.

It is normal that the surgical area is swollen and bruised for about 2 weeks after the surgery. You can usually return to work in 10 days when the splint and packing is removed. In case of any complication like negative reaction to the anesthesia or infection, bleeding, nasal blockage, skin breakdown or septum injury, you must contact Dr. Dodde right away.

When you discuss all your concerns with Dr. Dodde during the initial consultation, you help him understand exactly what you are looking for. With the nose being a primary feature of your face, changing its appearance will make a huge impact on your life. The most important aspect of your rhinoplasty is choosing the right surgeon who has an artistic mind in addition to the right qualifications. When you have chosen Dr. Dodde in Holland, you have already made the right decision.

About Holland, MI

Holland is a city located on the shore of Lake Macatawa. The famously photographed Big Red Lighthouse is at the channel which connects the Lake Michigan and Lake Macatawa. You will also find the Windmill Island Gardens here which feature the De Zwaan, a centuries old windmill. Migratory birds and deer are sheltered at the beachfront Holland State Park. If you visit in May, the Tulip Time Festival and tulips blooming all over the city will welcome you.