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Los Angeles Based Website Aims to Educate and Inform the Public About Rhinoplasty

A new LA based website,, takes the mystery out of rhinoplasty by giving readers key insights into the reasons for the procedure as well as the best technique to improve their nose.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 21, 2016

As recently as 2014, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons reported that rhinoplasty was the second most popular plastic surgery procedure in the United States. Even with its overall popularity, many people view the surgery as simply a “nose job” designed to improve the appearance of the nose. is a new website designed to showcase the latest medical news and information about the field of rhinoplasty.

According to the senior editor of, “Our website takes the mystery out of rhinoplasty by spotlighting the various types of rhinoplasty as well as detailing the differences between such techniques as open, closed and non-surgical rhinoplasty. We also provide a glossary of medical terms related to the procedure that defines them in language that is easy for patients to understand. "

Rhinoplasty is often performed to make a change in the outward appearance of the nose as well as improve the functional properties of the nose. The senior editor went on to say that “one of the main reasons we created the site was to help patients make an informed decision before undergoing rhinoplasty surgery. There are many factors that determine which technique a person should have and, unfortunately, not everyone has easy access to a doctor who can give them expert medical knowledge. We aim to inform and educate by providing well-researched articles that give consumers an intimate knowledge of the medical science behind rhinoplasty.”

The site also spotlights rhinoplasty in pop culture and the world of entertainment. “There are many celebrities who have probably had a rhinoplasty procedure but have never publicly admitted to that fact,” states the senior editor. “We’ll show the evidence pointing to a surgery and let the reader decide who has, and hasn’t, undergone rhinoplasty surgery.”

While has a regularly updated blog, the editorial team plans to expand their article database in the near future. According to the senior editor, they plan news articles covering rhinoplasty research as well as improvements in the way various techniques are performed on patients.

About aims to be the number one resource for information and issues related to rhinoplasty for both current and future patients.

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