Which Day After Rhinoplasty Is The Worst?

Which Day After Rhinoplasty Is The Worst? After your rhinoplasty, some recovery days will be worse than others. From the earliest steps to the final part of the healing process, you will face occasional challenges as you get used to your new and gradually improving appearance. But which day after your rhinoplasty surgery is the worst?...

When Can I Blow My Nose After Rhinoplasty and Other Recovery Questions

When Can I Blow My Nose After Rhinoplasty and Other Recovery Questions Whether you are still actively considering rhinoplasty or have already scheduled your surgery, you may have a number of floating questions about the recovery. What will life be like immediately after the surgery? How can I improve my recovery in the weeks ahead? When I...

How To Reduce Swelling After Rhinoplasty

How To Reduce Swelling After Rhinoplasty Like any surgical procedure involving incisions, rhinoplasty can sometimes cause unwanted swelling around your nose. Although this subsides over time as the surgical site heals, many patients look for ways to minimize the amount of swelling or to reduce it as quickly as possible. In this post, we’ll look at some...

What Can I Do During My Facelift Recovery at Home?

What Can I Do During My Facelift Recovery at Home? The recovery phrase can be frustrating for some patients. It can take a while before you get to see your full results after a facelift, and in the meantime, you might see bruising and swelling when you look in the mirror. Given that patients also have to...

People travel from across the US and the world for an improved look by Dr. Siegel, but many are right here in the Houston area. We often see patients from Cypress, Spring, Bellaire, Sugar Land, Fulshear, Humble, Katy, and other nearby communities. We also see many patients from other areas in Texas, including Austin, San Antonio, Dallas-Fort Worth, Midland, Odessa, to name a few. Wherever you are, we look forward to helping you achieve your best look.

July 1, 2021 Update:

Our office is open and we are following the recommended guidelines for maximum safety.

  • To make this transition as safe as possible, and to comply with physical distancing, we will be limiting the number of people in the waiting room to only one person.
  • To prevent having multiple people in the waiting room, we will space out appointments.
  • To minimize personal contact please be punctual for your appointment.
  • Please be on time for your appointment. If you are early, please wait in your car. If you are running late please call the office at 832-900-4818, so we can make proper arrangements.
  • For new patients, please fill out all your new intake forms at home. We will send you a link for registration when you make an appointment.
  • Patients must wear a mask that covers the nose and mouth when in the waiting room or walking back to the exam room.
  • If you are wearing gloves, please remove them when you arrive, we will provide you with hand sanitizer.

Please contact our office with any questions you have!

-Dr. Siegel & Staff

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