Acquired skill experience in rhinoplasty

If you have had a “bad nose job” or a severe nasal injury and are looking for help, you have found the right website! We are committed to the pursuit of excellence to a beautiful nose job in revision rhinoplasty. The Revision Rhinoplasty website is intended to provide objective, easily accessible educational material to individuals seeking information about revision rhinoplasty procedures.

The underlying reason that your nose looks however it does. It was my pleasure to be an easel to your artwork. I am very grateful for all that you have done for me. If you need a revision rhinoplasty, your surgeon will attempt to determine what your anatomy used to look like, and what it looks like now. This will allow him or her to develop the optimal surgical plan. This kind of analytic ability is an acquired skill based upon experience in rhinoplasty. A simplified diagrammatic overview of nasal anatomy is presented here. The diagrams shown here review the surface anatomy and the structural (i.e., beneath the surface) anatomy of the nose.

Dr. Becker possesses knowledge and surgical skills beyond his years, and his unique abilities have vaulted him rapidly into the upper echelon of master rhinoplasty and facial plastic surgeons worldwide. Complementing his fine surgical skills is a gentle, understanding approach to overall patient care. Dr. Daniel Becker was the Director of Facial Plastic Surgery in our Department at the University of Pennsylvania for 7 years before he started his own Specialty Center in New Jersey. For first-time cosmetic rhinoplasty, for revision rhinoplasty and for breathing problems relating to rhinoplasty, I have sent and continue to send Dr. Becker a significant number of patients. The patients tell me that they love Dr. Becker! They have been uniformly pleased with their results – and I too have been pleased and impressed. In addition to his surgical ability, they give him high marks on his pleasant, reassuring bedside manner.

Patients tell me that he gives them however much time they need to understand the procedure. It is with great pleasure that I write this letter to provide to you a unique testimony to the skills and talents of Dr. Daniel Becker. I was fortunate to spend my formative years in training at the University of Pennsylvania, where I watched him single-handedly build a thriving rhinoplasty and facial plastic surgery practice. His commitment not only to his practice and patients, but also to teaching and improving his field through research and equipment design, convinced me to pursue a career following in his footsteps.

Having since then become the Director of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in an academic institution, I now appreciate even more what Dr. Becker has accomplished. Dr. Becker continues to be at the forefront of the field, and continues to inspire others to do the same. His unbeatable training in rhinoplasty with one of the fathers of our field, Dr. Eugene Tardy, combined with his natural ability, makes him a premier facial plastic surgeon. Our entire field benefits from his continued work, as will each and every patient that visits his practice.