Surgical Procedures


Champagne SignatureSculpt Rhinoplasty®


Champagne SignatureSculpt® Rhinoplasty, also known as surgical nose job, stands at the forefront of nasal surgery, offering a personalized approach to enhance facial harmony and improve breathing functionality. Dr. Champagne leverages his extensive experience and artistic precision to sculpt the nose, ensuring results that are not only aesthetically pleasing but also perfectly aligned with each patient’s unique facial structure. By focusing on the individual nuances of nasal anatomy, this bespoke procedure aims to achieve a natural-looking outcome that complements the overall facial balance. From subtle refinements to more comprehensive transformations, Champagne SignatureSculpt® Rhinoplasty promises an elegant, refined nasal profile tailored to your desires and expectations.

Crafting Balance and Proportion

Your nose, a prominent and defining feature of your face, demands personalized care in any cosmetic enhancement. Rhinoplasty, commonly referred to as a “nose job,” requires a tailored approach due to the unique nature of each individual’s nasal structure.

Dr. Champagne brings extensive experience in facial plastic surgery to each rhinoplasty, aiming to align the outcome with your aesthetic goals. Beyond cosmetic adjustments, some individuals face breathing difficulties due to structural issues like a deviated septum or enlarged turbinates.

During your consultation, Dr. Champagne conducts a thorough assessment to identify any functional problems. If needed, he incorporates septoplasty and/or turbinate reduction into the rhinoplasty procedure to address these concerns, ensuring both cosmetic and functional enhancements.

Who Is an Ideal Candidate For Champagne SignatureSculpt Rhinoplasty®?

Ideal candidates for rhinoplasty include those with:

  • Crooked nose.
  • Prominent hump.
  • Bulbous or misshapen tip.
  • History of nasal trauma.
  • Difficulty breathing through the nose.
  • Realistic goals and expectations.
  • Non-thin skin.
  • Substantial cartilage support within the nose.

Recovery Insights

Rhinoplasty techniques may vary, but typically involve either an endonasal incision or a discreet external incision below the nose. Post-surgery, a nasal cast is applied for the first week, and any internal splints are removed after seven days. Sutures, if used, are taken out after four days. Expect nasal congestion for up to two weeks. Surgical realignment of nasal bones may result in bruising around the eyes, persisting two to three weeks. Swelling differs among individuals, with most subsiding within the first month. Minimal swelling persists and gradually decreases over six to twelve months, thus, final outcomes are best assessed one year post-surgery.

Other Beneficial Procedures

Patients opting for rhinoplasty might also consider a chin implant, and/or septoplasty for enhanced results.

Dr. Jason Champagne Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon

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