The nose is a central point on your face, and it plays a major role in how you look. Your nose can be one of the first things people notice. What kind of impression do you want to make? One of beauty, strength, and confidence? At FacesFirst, we want to help you achieve exactly that. Walk into a room feeling amazing in how you look and how you feel.
At FacesFirst, we are facial surgery specialists, which means that we are experts in sensitive surgeries, such as rhinoplasty, and we’re right here in Denver. Trust your face to the most qualified hands available.
Meet Dr. Christopher Cote, who has been a leader in the field of rhinoplasty for years. He has become the “go-to” surgeon for both finesse rhinoplasty and the most challenging nasal reconstruction cases. For more than ten years he has been teaching rhinoplasty and training surgical residents at Johns Hopkins University, the Army’s Walter Reed Medical Center and the Navy’s Bethesda National Naval Medical Center. This experience allows him to handle the most complex cases with ease and also create the most beautiful noses. His modern structural techniques lead to lasting results, and he is a true specialist in revision rhinoplasty as well.
Your nose is not simply a fixture on your face but a functioning organ that is part of your respiratory system. It warms, cleanses and humidifies the air you breathe. Therefore, the surgeon who can change the shape of your nose should also understand the effects on the function of your nose. For example, if you desire to make your nose smaller and more fitting to your face, you want to be sure that your breathing passages remain open. The double-board certified surgeons at FacesFirst in Denver and Lone Tree, Colorado are experienced at complex nasal airway reconstruction rhinoplasty as well as the detailed aesthetic techniques of a facial plastic surgeon.
If you are interested in learning more about rhinoplasty and our treatment plans, please schedule a consultation today! Call us at 303.744.2300.
What is Rhinoplasty?
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