Voted Top Plastic Surgeon For Rhinoplasty
& Facelift In Atlanta, GA
He specializes in cosmetic and functional surgery of the head and neck – and his vast years of experience make a difference. If you are interested in facial surgery, Dr. Sinha is the best choice for quality and safe plastic surgery care.
Are you looking to change your appearance in a subtle and natural way? Rhinoplasty may be the solution for you – and we would love to chat with you about it!
Having completed over 3000 rhinoplasty surgeries during his career, Dr. Sinha has the experience, skills, and knowledge to give you the natural results you want. No two patients are the same – and the same goes for noses!
Learn more about the rhinoplasty experience from our previous patients!
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Our Facial Plastic Surgical and Nonsurgical Services
Facial Plastic Surgery Procedures
The following surgical procedures are offered at the Atlanta Institute for Facial Aesthetic Surgery:
Rhinoplasty (nose reshaping)
Septoplasty (deviated septum repair)
Otoplasty (surgery to correct or improve the shape, position or proportion of the ear)
Browlift and forehead lift Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery)
Chin and jaw implants
Chin liposuction and tightening
Nonsurgical Facial Rejuvenation
For patients who would like to look years younger without having to undergo a surgical procedure, the Atlanta Institute for Facial Aesthetic Surgery performs a wide range of minimally-invasive procedures. These include:
Injectables and fillers – such as Botox®, Kybella®, Juvederm®, Voluma®, Restylane®, Sculptra, Radiesse™, lip fillers and hand rejuvenation.
Skin care — microdermabrasion, dermaplaning, chemical peels, Rejuvapen™ micro-needling, and SilkPeel® Dermalinfusion™.
Laser services — including skin rejuvenation, hair removal, skin resurfacing, wrinkle removal, and eyelid surgery.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a rhinoplasty?
What does a rhinoplasty cost?
Besides those, the cost also varies on a case-by-case basis. Some individuals require only minor modifications while others will have more extensive remodeling done. This will also affect the cost.
The best way to get an accurate estimate on how much a rhinoplasty will cost for you is to schedule a consultation with the center to learn all your surgical and non-surgical options.
What is rhinoplasty recovery like?
Recovery from a rhinoplasty is different for everyone but it tends to follow a general pattern for most people.
In the first few days after the surgery, patients will likely experience some soreness in the head and around the nose. There will also be nasal congestion which improves with time but may be present to some degree for several weeks. In some people, there will be bruising around the nose.
You can watch the account of a patient to hear the experience first-hand.
How long does a rhinoplasty take?
Depending on the complexity of the patient’s specific case, a rhinoplasty can take anywhere between 30 minutes to well over an hour to complete.
What is the difference between male and female rhinoplasty cases?
While the procedure that a male or female undergoes for a rhinoplasty does not differ greatly, the requests tend to be slightly different. Men are more likely to come in to repair old nasal fractures or to reduce their dorsal hump. Women tend to want to define the nasal tip or refine the appearance of their nose.
Am I a good candidate for a rhinoplasty?
The answer to this question lies within you! If you’ve found yourself to be significantly unhappy with the appearance of your nose or if you’re dealing with breathing difficulties caused by a nasal defect, then a rhinoplasty may be the solution.
It is important to ask yourself the right questions to be sure it is the right decision for you.
How old do I need to be to get a rhinoplasty?
Rhinoplasties will not be done before an individual has attained most of their nasal growth. This occurs in the late teenage years: 15 or 16 for females and a year later for males.
Patients under 18 will require parental consent before they can undergo the procedure.
Does insurance cover rhinoplasty?
Insurance does not cover rhinoplasty if it is done exclusively for cosmetic purposes. However, if it deemed necessary due to a functional impairment it causes, such as a breathing issue, then it will likely be covered by insurance to some degree.
Where can I see rhinoplasty before and after photographs and videos?
The best place to see before and after photos of a plastic surgery procedure such as rhinoplasty is on the website of the surgery center that you are planning to utilize. It will also help in making a decision on the surgeon. For Dr. Sinha, you can look at results here.
What is a facelift?
What does a facelift cost?
The individual case will also influence the price, as more extensive facelift procedures will take longer or require more skill. As a result, they will cost more.
These factors mean that the best way to get an accurate estimate on the price of a facelift is to book a consultation with the surgeon. You’ll get to know more about the procedure too.
What is facelift recovery like?
Facelift recovery is most uncomfortable in the first few days. After the surgery, a bandage will be wrapped around the face with a tube placed under the skin behind the ear. This will drain any fluid or blood that may begin to collect under the skin.
There is likely to be pain felt following the surgery due to the incisions and swelling. However, analgesics will be given to improve the patient’s comfort. Elevating the head will help reduce swelling.
It is important to avoid stressful activities and to get enough sleep. After two weeks, most people will have recovered enough to resume work.
How long does a facelift take?
Depending on the complexities of the particular case and the technique used, a facelift will likely take anywhere from two to six hours.
What is the difference between male and female facelift cases?
The facial structure of males differs from that of females. What is expected of a masculine face is also different from the expectations for a feminine face. All of these will influence the techniques used in the procedure.
Men have thicker skin and stronger facial ligaments. This will involve more manipulation than in women. The presence of facial hair will also affect how incisions are placed. It is important to have a surgeon like Dr. Sinha who knows these differences by heart.
Am I a good candidate for a facelift?
Determining the best time to do a facelift is up to you, the patient. People age differently, so some people will think they need a facelift at 40, while others might only think they need it once they’ve hit 60 or older.
If you are unhappy with the way your facial skin sags, then you are already a good candidate for a facelift. It all depends on whether you want it or not.
This video from Dr. Sinha will give you more insight into whether you are ready for the procedure or not.
How old do I need to be to get a facelift?
While it is technically possible for a teenager to want to get a facelift, it is extremely rare to see anyone under the age of 30 have one done. This is simply because at this age, the effects of aging are not extreme enough to warrant the procedure. Most people will get a facelift done over the age of 40.
Does insurance cover facelifts?
It is difficult to argue for a facelift being medically necessary, and as a result, it is very unlikely that any insurance plan will cover the costs of the procedure.
Where can I see facelift before and after photographs and videos?
The best place to take a look at the changes that a facelift can have on a patient is on the website of your surgeon of choice. In the case of Dr. Sinha, you can find before and after photographs of facelift procedures near the bottom of this page.
How do I schedule a consultation with Dr. Sinha?
Scheduling a consultation with Dr. Sinha is easy. You can visit the practice at 5730 Glenridge Drive, Atlanta GA, or schedule through a phone call if you’d prefer, by calling 404-256-5428.
What is important about double board certification?
Double board certification means that a physician has been certified by two different certification boards. In Dr. Sinha’s case, this is for Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and additionally Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery.
A double board certification such as this indicates a extremely deep knowledge of the head and neck area allowing the highest quality work both aesthetically and functionally.
Why is Dr. Sinha so qualified for facelift and rhinoplasty surgery?
Besides his double board certification, Dr. Sinha has been a surgeon over three decades, with thousands of procedures under his belt. He specializes in a narrow selection of facial cosmetic surgeries such as rhinoplasty, facelift, liquid facelift and blepharoplasty. This has allowed him to hone the techniques required for these procedures to a level few can match.
In addition to that, he is a fellow or member of several medical and surgical boards and associations. He was also considered one of the Top Doctors in America by Castle Connolly, with several other personal accolades.
What is a plastic surgeon?
Plastic surgeons are focused primarily on modifying a patient’s appearance or aesthetic to their liking. There is very specialized training to become a board certified plastic surgeon.
What is an otolaryngologist?
An otorhinolaryngologist, also known as an ENT (ears, nose, throat) surgeon, is one that specializes in treating conditions that afflict the base of the head, neck, ears, nose, and throat.
Why is it so important to trust a certified ambulatory surgery center?
An ambulatory surgery center is one that specializes in same-day surgical cases. This means that a patient doesn’t need to be admitted overnight and can go home the same day they have their procedure done.
It is important to go to a certified center to reduce the risk of complications.
What are the benefits of a private surgery center?
There are a lot of reasons to look towards a private surgery center for your surgical treatment. Here are some of the advantages:
- Private, discreet and concierge experience.
- Specialist care, as the personnel and facilities are all geared towards a specific surgical discipline, plastic surgery in this case.
- Convenience, as patients have more of a say in the specifics and the date that they want for their surgery.
- Wait times are better than can be found in most hospitals.
- Equipment and techniques are generally more up to date. When a surgery center has a particular discipline at its core, you can expect the equipment and personnel there to provide the very best care.