The Boston Rhinoplasty Center - Worcester and Stoneham

Dr Bentkover | Worcester and Stoneham Massachusetts
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123 Summer Street, Suite 675 - Worcester, MA 01608- Phone: 508-363-6500
92 Montvale Avenue, Suite 3000 - Stoneham, MA 02180 - Phone: 617-247-0033

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Change the overall size of your nose

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Large bones and large tip cartilages may make your nose seem too large for your face. Trauma as a child may have made your nose too small. Dr. Bentkover commonly changes the size of a nose. He decreases the size of the bones by cutting the bones to straighten or narrow them and then uses a fine diamond burr to achieve a very smooth contour. He augments noses and adds definition and projection to the nasal tip with cartilage (most commonly from your nasal septum). He also reshapes tip cartilages by trimming and suturing them.

Visit our rhinoplasty gallery to see images of Dr. Bentkover’s patients who have changed the overall size of their nose.

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The Best of 2013, 2014 & 2015!

Dr. Bentkover was voted Best Plastic Surgeon by Worcester Magazine readers two years in a row!

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Dr. Bentkover's Blog

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Preventing Rhinoplasty Scar Tissue

All surgical procedures produce scar tissue of some amount, whether it is hidden or visible. This does not matter too much in many medically-necessary operations, as the priority is fixing whatever the problem may be, and scars can usually be hidden.

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