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New Jersey Rhinoplasty Patients Can Now See the Future at The Parker Center for Plastic Surgery New Jersey
Date:10/8/2008

Dr. Paul Parker is pleased to announce enhanced patient satisfaction thanks to revolutionary computer imaging for http://www.parkercenter.net/plastic_surgery_procedures_rhinoplasty.html [rhinoplasty in New Jersey]. Paramus plastic surgeon, Dr. Paul M. Parker, says "A nose should not draw attention to itself but rather complement other facial features while staying true to your overall appearance, gender and ethnicity."

Paramus, NJ (PRWEB) October 8, 2008 -- Nose reshaping, also called rhinoplasty, can alter a person's appearance more than any other single operation. Since the nose is the most prominent facial feature, even small changes can make a big impact.

In 2007, rhinoplasty was the 6th most popular aesthetic surgery overall and the 3rd most requested operation by men. Due to its inherent functional and conceptual complexity, rhinoplasty is widely considered the most difficult procedure in cosmetic surgery.

http://www.parkercenter.net/ [New Jersey plastic surgeon], Dr. Paul M. Parker, Medical Director of the Parker Center for Plastic Surgery in Paramus, NJ, says many things must be considered for the final result to be declared "perfect." "A patient's overall facial appearance, proportion and structure have to be examined to create harmony among the nose and other facial features. In addition, ethnicity, gender and correcting breathing abnormalities come into play."

He continues that rhinoplasty is "the true artistic test of a plastic surgeon."

Dr. Parker listens carefully to his http://www.parkercenter.net/before_and_after_photos_men_nose.html [New Jersey rhinoplasty] patients' concerns about their noses during the initial consultation and has a keen sense of what can and cannot be achieved. Size, crookedn
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