Posted February 07, 2008 in Blog, Celebrity Plastic Surgery, Rhinoplasty, Uncategorized

Ashley Tisdale, a young teen star from the popular High School Musical, unveiled her new nose a few weeks ago in New York City during a holiday performance. According to reports she had difficulty breathing through her nose, visited another Ashely’s (Simpson) surgeon, and underwent the procedure to correct her breathing. “Oh, by the way, while you’re in there, can you straighten out my nose and take off that bump from when my nose was broken?”

“Hope that she didn’t Jennifer Grey her career with that nosejob” is what I’ve heard from some Hollywood agents and actresses. The key to any facial plastic surgery is that it should look natural, nearly undetectable. Some ethnic and celebrity noses have the potential to change the entire look of the face when they undergo rhinoplasty. After a rhinoplasty, it should not be necessary for the patient to have to greet friends, family, and aquaintances with ” Hi, I’m (fill in the name of the nose job patient)”.

I empathize with Ashley and her surgeon( a world class rhinoplastic surgeon) as they are being scrutinized under the world media magnifying glass. It takes about 6-12 months for the nose to settle as it heals. Hopefully her burgeoning career will not be affected and she will be able to breath well through her newly reconstructed nose.