Toronto Rhinoplasty Trends: The Look Millennials Prefer
Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Procedures
When it comes to Rhinoplasty in Toronto, there has been a marked shift in the kind of look people are looking for in recent years.
Gone are the days when everyone is looking for a cookie cutter, perfectly symmetrical nose. Rather, what we have seen lately is a shift towards embracing what makes one unique rather than choosing to blend in with the rest of society. Along with changing mindsets, plastic surgery has also evolved to the point where surgery techniques have become more creative than ever before, giving people the freedom to choose what they want out of their procedure.
Dr. Philip Solomon, an Otolaryngologist Head and Neck Surgeon practicing Facial Plastic Surgery in Toronto for 20 years, has specialized in Rhinoplasty, Revision Rhinoplasty, Reconstructive Rhinoplasty and Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty as well. Often patients come to Dr. Solomon seeking a “trial nose-job” using dermal fillers in what is called an Injection Rhinoplasty, Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty or the 5 Minute Nose Job, is extremely popular as a long-term solution or a temporary one to help decide if rhinoplasty surgery is the best next step.
For many patients who have already had a primary rhinoplasty surgery, the shift in trends has actually led them to seek a revision Rhinoplasty. Some patients, who have had a previous Rhinoplasty at a time when they were looking to fit in, start to feel differently about their nose down the line. As they get older, and feel more secure in themselves, they often wish to regain the individual beauty that they feel they no longer have.
Dr. Solomon is well known as one of the leading choices for revision Rhinoplasty in Toronto. As a true believer that diversity of beauty should be celebrated, he prides himself on listening to all his patients’ goals to helping them achieve the best possible results.
At the end of the day, there is no one size fits all approach when it comes to a nose job. At Solomon Facial Plastic, we celebrate individuality and take great pride in helping our patients appreciate their unique features.
What Are The Factors Which Affect Rhinoplasty Costs In Toronto?
Your Rhinoplasty surgery in Toronto will be considered a cosmetic/ elective procedure unless your treatment involves correction of a deviated septum or breathing issue. In those cases, partial costs may be covered by provincial health insurance. Other instances where a portion of the price for a nose job could be covered by insurance include injury or illness which require surgical excision of tissue or reconstructive work due to damage to the tissues. Various tests or scans may be ordered in partnership with your primary care physician and according to your provincial health or insurance company’s policies.
The Quote Breakdown
The majority of rhinoplasty surgeries are considered to be cosmetic and their fee breakdown would include the surgeon’s fee for operating, the anaesthesiologist’s fee, the cost of medications including anaesthetic, the surgical facility fee and the fees of all licenced health providers on your surgeon’s team.
Typically, all cost for rhinoplasty surgery are included in one quote for your convenience, but be sure to ask if additional appointments, medications or other supplies will be billed separately.
If you are interested in learning more about Rhinoplasty in Toronto and what it can do for you, we welcome you to contact our clinic for a consultation with Dr. Philip Solomon today.
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