November 20th, 2013
November 19th, 2013
Dr. Sam Rizk is featured in the Wall Street Journal’s plastic surgery article discussing revision rhinoplasty deformities. Read the full feature below:
Dr. Sam Rizk, a plastic surgeon in New York City, says 1 out of 3 of his rhinoplasty patients have had previous nose jobs. Among the most common problems he sees are “scooped bridges,” over-restricted nostrils, and pinched tips. The number of botched nose jobs he has repaired has soared over the past three to five years as more surgeons are performing the surgery who aren’t well trained or experienced, he says. Industrywide statistics bear out his experience: Revision surgery is up 35% from 2008 to 2012, according to the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
November 12th, 2013
Dr. Sam Rizk is featured in Surgical Aesthetics: The Business of Cosmetic Plastic Surgery, where he discusses concierge services he offers his out-of-town patients such as making post operative house calls to their hotel rooms. And as one of the best facial plastic surgeons in New York, it is no wonder Dr. Rizk gets 40% of his business from abroad!
November 8th, 2013
One of the best rhinoplasty surgeons in New York, Dr. Sam Rizk is featured in a HuffPost Live Chat where he discusses revision rhinoplasty on his former patient Melissa. Melissa had two previous nose jobs. Dr. Rizk helped her fix a collapsed and short nose by building her a new bridge and tip structure using rib cartilage. Dr. Rizk also talks about how you can find the best nose job surgeon and revision rhinoplasty surgeon.
November 5th, 2013
Congratulations to our very own Dr. Sam Rizk for being featured in Newsday. Dr. Rizk is named one of New York Magazine’s Best Doctors! As one of the best Manhattan facial plastic surgeons, Dr. Rizk strives to provide advance techniques for his nose job patients to get the most natural results while maintaining patient satisfaction and comfort. Dr. Rizk says “With each rhinoplasty, I construct a natural looking nose grounded on the structure of the cartilage and the overlying skin that will stand the test of time. A natural nose should flow with the other facial features including the upper lip, chin, and cheeks. An important factor in achieving a result that doesn’t appear to have been altered is to maintain good structural support.”