“As much as successful rhinoplasty demands meticulous technique and command of nasal anatomy, you must trust your surgeon’s aesthetic judgement above all else.”

– dr. rick winters

Reshaping the nose is a common procedure that people of many different ages consider, from teenagers to those who are much older. There are a multitude of reasons as to why someone might consider rhinoplasty – whether they suffer from a deviated septum, another nasal deformity or they are unhappy with the appearance of their nose, undergoing nasal surgery requires careful consideration.

To be an effective plastic surgeon for nasal surgery, it requires a true understanding of exactly what each patient is hoping to achieve with rhinoplasty and what the anatomy of their nasal issue looks like. The surgeons of Cohen/Winters have the skill, experience and passion for helping patients address their concerns and receive optimal results. Dr. Stephanie Cohen and Dr. Richard Winters specialize in a wide range of aesthetic and reconstructive rhinoplasty procedures. Regardless of concerns and reservations, they’re dedicated to improving every patient’s quality of life.

“Even though there are hundreds of patients in our practice with nice noses, they are quite different from one another. There is a common theme amongst them in that all nice noses and all nicely performed rhinoplasties share two essential elements: sleek/smooth dorsal lines and a symmetrical/properly projected-rotated/nicely defined tip.”

– Dr. Winters

Reshaping the nose is a common procedure that people of many different ages consider, from teenagers to those who are much older. There are a multitude of reasons as to why someone might consider rhinoplasty – whether they suffer from a deviated septum, another nasal deformity or they are unhappy with the appearance of their nose, undergoing nasal surgery requires careful consideration.

To be an effective plastic surgeon for nasal surgery, it requires a true understanding of exactly what each patient is hoping to achieve with rhinoplasty and what the anatomy of their nasal issue looks like. The surgeons of Cohen/Winters have the skill, experience and passion for helping patients address their concerns and receive optimal results. Dr. Stephanie Cohen and Dr. Richard Winters specialize in a wide range of aesthetic and reconstructive rhinoplasty procedures. Regardless of concerns and reservations, they’re dedicated to improving every patient’s quality of life.

“As much as successful rhinoplasty demands meticulous technique and command of nasal anatomy, you must trust your surgeon’s aesthetic judgement above all else.”

– dr. rick winters

“Even though there are hundreds of patients in our practice with nice noses, they are quite different from one another. There is a common theme amongst them in that all nice noses and all nicely performed rhinoplasties share two essential elements: sleek/smooth dorsal lines and a symmetrical/properly projected-rotated/nicely defined tip.”

– Dr. Winters

Primary Rhinoplasty

Reconstructive Rhinoplasty

Reconstructive or tertiary rhinoplasty is often a more complex surgery that addresses a multitude of variables to obtain desired results for patients. Tertiary rhinoplasty is the name given to a patient’s third or more nasal procedure geared at correcting issues that are a result of prior ineffective surgeries, trauma or tumor surgery. These rhinoplasties usually require difficult manipulations, multiple stages and/or tissue grafting for proper results. Dr. Cohen and Dr. Winters are dedicated reconstructive rhinoplasty plastic surgeons in NJ who are experienced at helping patients finally achieve the results they have been seeking.

Revision Rhinoplasty

Functional Rhinoplasty

Nasal airway obstruction may be the result of nasal trauma, a congenital defect, previous rhinoplasty or even a combination of these factors. Functional rhinoplasty can correct the nasal structures to restore these functions while improving the aesthetics of the nose. A deviated septum, enlarged turbinates and inadequate internal/external nasal valves are common issues addressed by functional rhinoplasty. Doctors Cohen and Winters are highly skilled Bergen County plastic surgeons that excel at fixing deviated septums as well as a host of other nasal defects contributing to a patient’s functional nasal airway obstruction.

Teenage Rhinoplasty

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How to Avoid Post Rhinoplasty Swelling: 5 Tips from an NJ Surgeon

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You can’t completely avoid post rhinoplasty swelling after your nose job, as it’s part of the healing process. A closed rhinoplasty has less swelling than an open one, due to…

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Open Rhinoplasty Recovery Timeline: What to Expect

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Open rhinoplasty recovery tends to be on a very individual basis. Each patient has their own rate of healing, their own concept of pain and their own level of discomfort….

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How Noticeable Will My Rhinoplasty Scars Be? Advice from NJ Surgeon

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Rhinoplasty changes the structure of your nose to correct deformities, alter the overall profile or to improve functionality. Plastic surgeons accomplish this by going inside your nose to shift things…

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How to Prepare for Your Open Rhinoplasty Recovery in NJ

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Open rhinoplasty recovery is a lengthy healing process with several stages. Keep in mind you won’t be able to perform certain tasks after your open rhinoplasty, and you will benefit…

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