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The Fine Points of Rhinoplasty

Read Dr. Dutton’s feature article on The Fine Points of Rhinoplasty. The article discusses everything you need to know about rhinoplasty including if it is right for you, the different types of rhinoplasty, the procedure and recovery. Dr. Dutton also discusses the Spirox Implant, which is a new FDA-approved device created to relieve nasal obstructions… Read More »

Dr. Dutton Joins eHealth Radio to Discuss Implants and Injectables in Rhinoplasty

Dr. Jay Dutton, who is double board-certified in both otolaryngology and facial plastic and reconstructive surgery joins eHealth Radio. He specializes in Rhinoplasty at the Rhinoplasty Institute of Chicago and spoke to eHealth Radio about implants and injectables in Rhinoplasty. Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Jay Dutton discuss the following: What… Read More »

A Personal Guide to Rhinoplasty

Dr. Jay Dutton has created a personal guide to Rhinoplasty to help patients who are considering Rhinoplasty decide on what is right for them and how to choose your facial plastic surgeon. With information on the different aspects of Rhinoplasty, the procedure process, and the recovery itself, this guide will answer your Rhinoplasty questions and… Read More »

End Sinus Infections for Good

According to WebMD, an estimated 37 million Americans suffer from at least one episode of a sinus infection (sinusitis) each year. Those who experience this condition know the signs: coughing, nasal congestion and headaches that can keep them home from work or school. A case of untreated sinusitis can mean becoming sleep-deprived, sick for up… Read More »

Cosmetic Rhinoplasty Without Surgery

For many of us, taking time off after a surgical procedure, like a rhinoplasty, can be difficult. Some patients who are interested in slight cosmetic changes to the nose, but aren’t interested in surgery, consider non-surgical rhinoplasty. Non-surgical rhinoplasty is a procedure in which injectable fillers are used to alter the appearance of the nose…. Read More »

Rhinoplasty: For A Better Night’s Sleep

An estimated 90 million Americans snore or have trouble breathing while they sleep.  There are many causes of snoring, including chronic nasal congestion, a deviated septum and obstructive sleep apnea. For patients who have exhausted conservative treatments, such as nose sprays and decongestants, nasal surgery may be an effective solution.  Dr. Jay Dutton of The… Read More »