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The Surgical Skill, Artistry and Compassion of Dr. J Make for the Best Rhinoplasty Procedures

Top Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Payam Jarrah-Nejad takes a thorough approach to delivering top rhinoplasty results.

LOS ANGELES, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The combined surgical skill and artistry of Dr. Payam Jarrah-Nejad makes all the difference for rhinoplasty patients. "Dr. J," as he is known to his patients, is a board-certified plastic surgeon who offers the best results for rhinoplasty in Beverly Hills through his subtle approach that enhances each patient's beauty. While some may worry that nose plastic surgery will make their faces look unrecognizable, Dr. J prides himself on his ability to maintain the uniqueness of the patient's face. This is particularly appreciated by patients of color, many of whom worry that ethnic rhinoplasty will fundamentally change their identity. As a skilled Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, Dr. J has experience treating patients of many backgrounds, ages, genders, and even patients who request revision rhinoplasty.

Dr. J's patients can be assured that he doesn't use a one-size-fits all approach for a procedure as demanding as rhinoplasty. The expert surgeon is well aware that even the slightest changes to the nose can make a dramatic difference, even though they may be subtle, such as changing the tip or bridge of the nose. Dr. J not only has a knack for finding and enhancing the beauty in any patient, and he also has the skill to treat patients with the utmost care. His personalized approach to patient care means no question is off-limits, ensuring that every patient is as well-educated as possible about what rhinoplasty entails. Patients have nothing to lose in booking an appointment with Dr. J, as initial consultations are complimentary and obligation-free.

Rhinoplasty is a highly personal procedure that Dr. J has performed countless times on patients whose wishes vary widely. While one patient may ask to change a bulbous nose, another may request to have a wide nose with large nostrils reshaped. No matter what the request is, Dr. J makes sure each patient's wishes are taken into account, while giving his recommendations for what would make for the most aesthetically pleasing nose. Patients who have breathing problems may also have these situations rectified during rhinoplasty, due to a deviated septum or other issues.

Not only does Dr. J take the time to help his patients feel fully prepared for rhinoplasty, he is also diligent in patient follow up and in taking stock of the patient's progress. Patients may envision that rhinoplasty only involves pre-operative care on the day of the surgery itself, but Dr. J also tracks his patient's recovery to ensure everything goes smoothly. For these, and many more reasons, patients flock to Dr. J's Beverly Hills plastic surgery center and refer friends and family to him.

Whether you are considering rhinoplasty or any of the other procedures performed by Dr. Payam Jarrah-Nejad, you can get further information on his user-friendly website, found at www.DrJPlasticSurgery.com. To set up a consultation, call his Beverly Hills office today at 310-993-3800.

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