A Practice Apart
Improving quality of life, be it conventional ear, nose and throat issues or cosmetic enhancement is what our practice is all about. For the welfare of mind and body, put your trust in a veteran double Board Certified specialist.See all Services
Cosmetic or functional, we are artful at changing the nose naturally, tailored to your unique anatomic structure.Find out More
Facial Plastic Surgery
We lift, plump, smooth and revolumize unique individual features to achieve a fresh and natural look.Find out More
Botox and Facial Fillers
Like an artist's paintbrush we smooth and rejuvenate features with minimal pain and little down-time.Find out More
Ear, Nose and Throat
Whether breathing, hearing, sinuses or swallowing we treat the full range of ear, nose, and throat conditions.Find out More
Why Dr. Portnoy
Dr. Portnoy has practiced as a Double Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon and Head and Neck Surgeon in the heart of Chelsea, New York since 1993. A graduate of Brandeis University and The George Washington University School of Medicine, he specializes in rhinoplasty, facial, and reconstructive surgery. He’s honed a masterful touch that ensures minimal pain, while improving function and appearance, so patients breathe easy.
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Patient didn’t like the appearance of her nose, in particular the droopy, bulbous tip. Underwent open approach rhinoplasty to re-shape and re-position her tip cartilages with a natural appearing result. After suffering facial trauma, returned for revision rhinoplasty to build up her collapsed dorsum.
Constantly in the limelight, the appearance of his nose was just not flattering to the rest of his good looks. Correcting the tip cartilages through an open structure rhinoplasty and re-setting the nasal bones provided for refinement of the appearance of the nose he desired with a more confident, happy patient.
After being teased growing up, the patient overtime learned to love his nose, but still felt that the size dominated his face. Following his first consultation, the proposed adjustments to his nose felt too extreme, but a subtle adjustment instead balanced his proportions without any major change to his appearance while improving his breathing.
Having lived her adult life unable to breathe- essentially a “nasal cripple” resulting from a teenage rhinoplasty, the patient elected to undergo a major revision rhinoplasty. Her extensive open approach rhinoplasty required ear cartilage to reconstruct the weakened tip cartilages and correct the deviated septum with a huge success both in function and appearance.