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Dr. Andrew Jacono was hailed as the best nose job surgeon in the country.
Rhinoplasty One of the best rhinoplasty surgeons in New York, Dr. Andrew Jacono discusses rhinoplasty procedures on Good Morning America. Listen to testimonials from two of his rhinoplasty patients explaining in what to expect and their surgical results.
Dr. Andrew Jacono, M.D., FACS, is the surgical director of the New York Center for Facial Plastic and Laser Surgery. He has been chosen as one of the best rhinoplasty surgeons in America, and in the world more generally, by the prestigious Castle Connolly Independent Organization for Rating Doctors. This publication rates doctors based on peer recommendations.
Dr. Jacono’s practice is in the heart of New York City, on Park Avenue and 66th Street. His surgical center has been featured on the cover of the Plastic Surgery Practice Journal, one of the top plastic surgery publications in America.
Dr. Jacono has developed an intensely customized approach to preserving ethnic identity in rhinoplasty surgery. At the same time, he achieves a natural, beautiful nasal definition. He has extensive expertise in rhinoplasty surgery and has innovated less-invasive techniques. These approaches sculpt cartilage, avoid extraneous cartilage removal, and do not break the nose (doing so causes irregular results). Additionally, Dr. Jacono has pioneered techniques that refine and define the noses of patients with bulbous tips and thick skin. For this reason, many patients visit him for revision rhinoplasty after a previous procedure.
Dr. Jacono is a specialist in ethnic rhinoplasty, thick-skin rhinoplasty, and Middle-Eastern rhinoplasty. He is also incredibly skilled at African-American and Asian rhinoplasty and has lectured on these techniques all over the world. Often, he uses a technique known as 3-D endoscopic rhinoplasty for superior visualization during the procedure. His natural-looking results are defined and routinely stun patients and peers alike.
To Dr. Jacono, achieving superb results is not only a medical science but an art. He is also an artist outside of the operating room and has been drawing, painting, and sculpting for many years. He believes that his interest in visual art has helped him further develop his surgical senses. His aesthetic sensibility is evident in the many before and after rhinoplasty pictures on his website.
Because of Dr. Jacono’s unparalleled ability, celebrities, royalty, and socialites from all over the world have flocked to his premiere Park Avenue center for rhinoplasty surgery.
Dr. Andrew Jacono, M.D., F.A.C.S., is an acclaimed double board-certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon with a reputation for excellence in non-surgical and minimally invasive facial rejuvenation procedures. With thriving practices on Long Island’s Gold Coast and in New York City, he serves a diverse clientele that includes some of the world’s most prominent socialites, television news personalities, models, actors, and everyday men and women seeking to refresh their appearance. Widely regarded as one of the best rhinoplasty surgeons, Dr. Jacono has delivered lectures on his innovative techniques at top universities such as Harvard, Yale, and Stanford, and presented clinical research at over 100 plastic surgery meetings and symposiums around the globe. His contributions to the field have earned him international recognition, with media outlets and colleagues frequently seeking his expert opinion on the latest advancements in facial rejuvenation.
This Latino young lady was unhappy with her dorsal hump and nasal tip. Dr. Jacono refined the nasal tip and reduced the dorsal hump which can be seen in her after rhinoplasty photos.
This European woman complained about her dorsal hump, bulbous tip, and hanging droopy columella. Dr. Jacono performed a closed rhinoplasty procedure and you can see in the after photos a softer more feminine nasal bridge with a lifted and refined nasal tip.
This young Australian woman was not very happy with her nasal hump and her nasal tip. The after photos show a much softer and refined nasal tip and a properly slopping dorsal hump.
This Hispanic woman suffered from a large dorsal hump and a droopy nasal tip. Dr. Jacono performed a closed rhinoplasty on this patient and her after results show the properly raised nasal tip and removal of the hump on her nasal bridge.
This woman complained about her long droopy nasal tip and the large bump on her bridge. Her after photos show a shortened and refined nasal tip with a proper slope to her nasal bridge.
This Middle Eastern woman was unhappy with her nose. She wanted to fix her narrow nasal bridge, protruding dorsal hump, wide flaring nostrils, and long droopy nasal tip. The after photos show a much softer feminine nose. Her nasal bridge was widened and her dorsal bump smoothed down. You can see a much-improved nostril width and a cute nasal tip.
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