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Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)

Dr. Gary Linkov, the top-rated rhinoplasty surgeon in NYC, takes a sophisticated approach to the common nose job. He specializes in the most difficult reconstructive nose plastic surgeries. Dr. Linkov has performed more non-surgical and new surgical rhinoplasty procedures than the majority of New York’s plastic surgeons. He always considers ethnic characteristics when meticulously planning the process of rhinoplasty surgery, creating stunning yet natural results. Visit City Facial Plastics for the best rhinoplasty NYC has to offer.

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Page Updated: Jan 8, 2022

What Is Rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty, commonly referred to as a nose job, is a surgical procedure that changes the shape of your nose. Although rhinoplasty is one of the most popular surgeries globally, it is not solely a cosmetic procedure. It also aims to improve and maintain nasal function in patients with reduced airflow.

Cosmetic Rhinoplasty Before/After Results by Dr. Linkov

Major transformation alert! After the lip filler was dissolved, a revision rhinoplasty and lip lift were performed to refine the tip and bridge and create a more natural lip architecture. At 6 weeks, you can already notice huge improvements from every angle.

When you visit City Facial Plastics or a consultation, Dr. Gary Linkov spends the necessary time on an extensive evaluation of your nasal airways. He puts his vast experience into this pre-operative systematic analysis. His expertise and attention to detail have made him the go-to person for the best-looking nose job not only in the U.S. but all over the world.

A cosmetic nose job in New York is a simple procedure, but it is extremely hard to achieve exceptional, long-lasting results. Hence, choosing a doctor who is one of the top nose surgeons with outstanding surgical skills and an eye for perfection is critical.

What Makes Dr. Linkov a Top Choice for Rhinoplasty?

  • Dr. Linkov is a double board-certified by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery.
  • He is a dual Ivy League-educated facial plastic surgeon who completed an accredited American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery fellowship.
  • He has an artistic background paired with an Ivy League medical education, granting him a unique combination of skill and talent tailored for the field of facial plastic surgery.
  • He is a prolific clinical researcher with over two dozen publications that have had a significant impact on the fields of Tissue Engineering, Head and Neck Cancer, and Facial Plastic Surgery.
  • He is proud to be an adjunct assistant professor at New York University teaching rhinoplasty.
  • He is included in the prestigious Super Doctors New York, Rising Stars™ listings and was featured on the Dr. Oz Show.

What Conditions Can Rhinoplasty Address?

Rhinoplasty is a nose plastic surgery that alters the bone, upper lateral cartilage, and/or lower nose cartilage. Your NYC nose job specialist recommends that he perform both functional and aesthetic nose jobs at the same time.

Functional rhinoplasty

When combined, functional rhinoplasty can address several medical conditions at once, including:

While many procedures, such as sinus surgery, can reshape your nose and improve its function, Dr. Linkov relies on advanced methods proven to be more effective. He’s received additional training in these new procedures and has performed them numerous times. When you call on a talented surgical artist like Dr. Linkov, the results are stunning, and your reshaped nose helps improve your health.

Cosmetic rhinoplasty

Patients seeking cosmetic rhinoplasty in NYC often describe a big, long nose or asymmetry as an issue that must be addressed. Issues that nose cosmetic surgery can address include:

  • overly wide nostrils
  • pinched or bulbous nasal tip
  • pronounced bump or dip on the dorsum
  • the nose is “too large” or “too long”
  • tilted nose far to the left or right
  • nasal asymmetry

Cosmetic rhinoplasty is one of the most common facial plastic surgery procedures performed at our facility. If you believe cosmetic nose surgery is right for you, contact Dr. Linkov, a board-certified plastic surgeon.

Who Is a Good Candidate for New York City Rhinoplasty?

The best candidates for rhinoplasty in New York are non-smokers in good health. If your nose has matured or stopped growing, you can benefit from Dr. Linkov’s cosmetic nose reshaping. There is no upper age limit, but you must be medically and emotionally capable of undergoing surgery. Rhinoplasty can be performed as early as adolescence, though anyone under the age of 18 requires full parental consent.

The following are the minimum age requirements for a rhinoplasty NYC procedure:

  • Girls can be as young as 15 or 16 years old;
  • Boys can be as young as 17 or 18 years old;

Changing the appearance of your nose is a major decision that should not be taken lightly. You must have a strong desire for change as well as the maturity to make a wise decision.

You should not have a rhinoplasty nose job if you:

  • Take blood thinners that you can’t stop taking;
  • Have a medical condition prohibiting general anesthesia;
  • Don’t have enough nasal cartilage;
  • Have poor overlying nasal skin;
  • Suffer from active vasculitis or Wegener’s disease that affects your nose;
  • Have unrealistic expectations.

Rhinoplasty procedure may be beneficial if you aim at achieving one or more of the following effects:

  • Change the size, shape, or angle of the nose;
  • Fix issues associated with a deviated septum;
  • Improve breathing function and sleep quality;
  • Restore a broken or crooked nose;
  • Reduce the nasal bridge or tip;
  • Balance your facial features;
  • Improve the appearance of the nostrils.

Dr. Linkov, one of the best New York rhinoplasty surgeons, will explain how this procedure can help you achieve your cosmetic and functional goals and will detail all aspects of the procedure during your consultation.


Dr Linkov performed surgery on my nose in December 2019. His professional demeanor, highly skilled, confident, and detailed knowledge of such a precision demanding craft left me in a state of awesomeness! I trust this Gentle Doctor and highly recommend him to anyone who is considering any of the services that his practice provides!

What To Expect During Your Initial Consultations?

Prior to committing to the rhinoplasty cosmetic surgery, Dr. Linkov schedules two initial consultations, which can take up to 12 hours in total.

First Consultation

During your initial rhinoplasty consultation, you and your NYC nose job surgeon will discuss a variety of topics that may disqualify you.

Some of the factors that might potentially affect your candidacy include:

  • Your health history;
  • Medications you currently take;
  • Any current health disorders;
  • Current lifestyle habits, such as smoking and exercise routines.

Second Consultation

During your second appointment, you must explicitly outline your surgical goals. This is your chance to voice any cosmetic or functional imperfections you want to address. Dr. Linkov performs an in-depth facial evaluation, including an assessment of your nose’s six parameters to determine whether your goals are realistic.

Six Parameters of the Nose
Six Parameters of the Nose

Additionally, your doctor uses digital imaging computer software to take pictures of your nose from eight various angles. You can see what your nose might look like after surgery in a 3D simulation. You aren’t given any pre-operative simulated images before surgery to avoid strong mental fixation on a projected outcome. The computer image does not guarantee your post-surgical outcome. Rather, it serves as a guide for Dr. Linkov during surgery. Most plastic surgeons use digital imaging equipment, which is freely available. Dr. Linkov believes that the simulated result can be fully achieved or approached.

Is Open Rhinoplasty or Closed Rhinoplasty Better?

Types of Rhinoplasty
Types of Rhinoplasty

The best surgical approach depends on the preferences of you and Dr. Linkov. Both methods are acceptable to your doctor. Unless you require a more complex nose reconstruction, he guides you through the process of selecting the best one for your specific case. The following are the differences between the two procedures:

Closed rhinoplasty

It is called an endonasal approach and this technique:

  • Involves no visible incisions. Dr. Linkov makes the incisions inside your nose.
  • Limits what your surgeon can see, which is why this technique has become less popular.
  • May allow your surgeon to better judge the outcome during the surgery because the nasal skin remains in place.
  • Often causes nasal tip swelling if the tip is manipulated.

Open rhinoplasty

It uses an external approach, with a small incision made at the mid-columella, close to the base of your nose, with a few internal incisions. This technique:

  • Allows for more complex reconstruction.
  • Provides greater visibility for your surgeon.
  • May leave more swelling after surgery.
  • Has a rare risk of poor scarring at the external incision site.

How Do I Prepare for a Rhinoplasty Procedure?

Once you’ve decided to undergo nose surgery, Dr. Linkov gives you the following preparation instructions:

  • Avoid blood-thinning drugs and supplements such as aspirin, ibuprofen, naproxen, vitamin E, garlic, ginger, ginseng, St. John’s wort, ginkgo, and black cohosh.
  • Stop smoking at least two weeks before surgery, as tobacco products decrease blood flow to your skin, slowing the healing of your surgical site.
  • Discontinue all nasal sprays two weeks before surgery, except for saline.
  • Pick up the prescribed medications you’ll need after surgery, such as an antibiotic and pain medication.
  • Arrange for someone to accompany you home and stay with you for at least the first night.

On the day of your nose job surgery, you:

  • Cannot eat or drink six hours before the procedure.
  • Change into a surgical gown.
  • Take a pregnancy test if you’re a woman of child-bearing age.
  • May spend about an hour for the intake process.

How Is a Rhinoplasty Procedure Performed?

Dr. Linkov completely reshapes your nose while you are under twilight or general anesthesia. Simpler procedures, such as a nostril reduction or reduction rhinoplasty, can be performed with only local anesthesia. Anesthesia ensures that your comfort is maximized, movement is restricted, and airways are protected. Rhinoplasty nose reduction typically takes two to four hours. You spend another hour in recovery.

What is reduction rhinoplasty?

Reduction rhinoplasty is a cosmetic procedure that involves reducing the size of the nose. There are two types of nose reduction surgery:

  • The surgery that focuses on reducing the overall size of your nose;
  • The surgery that focuses on particular parts of the nose, such as the nasal tip or a dorsal hump.

The major steps of the surgery include:

  • Exposing the underlying structures. Your surgeon makes certain incisions to safely expose the necessary septal cartilage and bone without disrupting the blood flow or damaging these underlying structures.
  • Sourcing cartilage as a building material. Grafting materials used in a nose job can be obtained from one of four sources:
    • Autografts, from somewhere else on your body;
    • Homografts, from another compatible human donor;
    • Xenografts, from another species;
    • Alloplasts, from a synthetic source.
  • The cartilage building material typically comes from your own nose, ear, or rib. In general, using your own body tissues lowers infection rates and makes the cartilage graft more stable.
  • Grafting. Dr. Linkov expertly carves and places the necessary grafts into your nose’s inner structure to suit your needs.
  • Manipulating the bones. Your doctor makes controlled cuts in the nasal bones and parts of the cheekbones that allow him to reset the structures. The cuts help straighten your nose, providing a solid and aligned foundation for your new nose.
  • Closing up. After your surgeon has made all of the necessary changes to the bone and cartilage, the skin and soft tissue envelope is redraped over your nose and sutured closed. Dr. Linkov uses a combination of dissolvable and non-dissolvable sutures.

What Can I Expect After a Nose Job?

The length of your recovery depends on the extent of your nose job procedure. Following your surgery, you will go through a short-term healing phase before entering the long-term healing phase. A multitude of personal factors influences how much time you spend in each phase.

The short-term healing phase lasts from a few days to a few weeks after your NYC rhinoplasty procedure. More complicated surgeries necessitate two to three weeks of recovery while the swelling and bruising subside. Common, anticipated conditions occur in the short-term phase, all of which normally resolve within a couple of days or over the first few weeks.

Depending on the peculiarities of your case, you might experience the following side effects:

  • Bruising;
  • Redness;
  • Swelling;
  • Bleeding;
  • Nasal obstruction;
  • Some pain.

To ensure the best result, you should take several precautions during the short-term healing phase, such as:

  • Apply an antibiotic ointment and scar gel on your external incision;
  • Keep the external cast dry;
  • Sneeze with your mouth open to avoid excessive force in your nose;
  • Use a nasal saline spray five times a day, starting 48 hours after surgery;
  • Don’t blow your nose for the first week;
  • Avoid vigorous exercise for at least one week after surgery;
  • Avoid participating in contact sports for at least six weeks;
  • Attend a follow-up appointment as directed to remove the sutures, splint, and cast.

How Long Is the Recovery After a Rhinoplasty?

The long-term healing phase starts several weeks to months after your rhinoplasty NYC surgery. The length of time you spend in this phase depends on your health and the extent of your surgery.

You must follow your surgeon’s instructions during this period to maintain the results of your surgery. In general, you can expect:

  • Final results about one year after your surgery;
  • Your doctor to schedule follow-up appointments to monitor your progress;
  • To have to wait for the longest to see swelling on the tip of your nose improve;
  • Steroid injections to be used if needed to control the swelling.

Aging can also have an impact on your long-term rhinoplasty results. As you become older, the tip of your nose weakens, creating a droopy appearance. Dr. Linkov conducts tip rhinoplasty to permanently secure the tip and limit its ability to droop.

Do I Also Need a Chin Implant?

Dr. Linkov assesses the proportions of the rest of your face while evaluating you for rhinoplasty. Specifically, a recessed or under-projected chin can make your nose look bigger and more pronounced. Your doctor counsels you on the pros and cons of chin augmentation, including the use of an implant. As you gain self-confidence following your nose job, you may want to consider further cosmetic procedures to enhance your appearance.

In addition to rhinoplasty and a chin implant, you may want to consider other enhancement procedures, such as:

  • Facelift;
  • Eyebrow shaping;
  • Lip plumping;
  • Cheek implants.

Is My Rhinoplasty Nose Job Covered by Insurance?

Cosmetic improvements are never covered by insurance, but breathing problems, which are medical reasons for a nose job, may be. Insurance companies are becoming less likely to cover a rhinoplasty nose job. You may have to wait three months before getting a decision from your insurance company. Plastic surgeons’ appeals are often necessary to secure coverage.

Photos often need to be sent to insurance providers in order to justify the need for a functional nose job. Many New York rhinoplasty surgeons, including Dr. Linkov, are strictly out-of-network. That means your policy must contain out-of-network benefits in order for your insurance company to compensate you for nose surgery. Regardless, facial cosmetic surgeon fees are often required in advance of surgery.

Where Can I Get the Best Nose Job in NYC?

When you’re ready to learn more about the possibility of changing the appearance of your nose through rhinoplasty, visit City Facial Plastics on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Schedule your first consultation with Dr. Linkov to determine whether nose correction surgery is the best option for you.

This cosmetic procedure has provided many men and women more confidence in their appearance as well as better respiratory health. Dr. Linkov has achieved incredible results for his rhinoplasty patients. View the before-and-after photos to see the amazing difference rhinoplasty can have on the balance and beauty of the human face.

What Is the Cost of Rhinoplasty in New York?

The cost of a nose job surgery in NYC is a combination of several factors, including a surgeon’s fee, facility fee, and anesthesia fee. These are sometimes reported as a combined fee in certain offices. In other cases, these are broken down into their components. In New York, the current range for rhinoplasty is between $5000 to $25000, plus the additional fees for the operating room and anesthesia.

Revision rhinoplasty surgery costs are typically 20% to 30% higher for the surgeon’s fee.

The cost of a nose job will vary by:

  • Location;
  • Experience of the surgeon;
  • Demand for the surgeon;
  • The anticipated complexity of the surgery.
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Published Data

Satisfaction Rate After Cosmetic Rhinoplasty

According to a “Patient Satisfaction After Rhinoplasty” study published on PubMed, the overall rhinoplasty satisfaction rate is around 83.6%. Out of 2326 cases (294 males and 2032 females), the satisfaction rate distribution among genders was as follows:

  • 87.6% of females were satisfied
  • 56.1% of males were satisfied

Based study on study “Cosmetic Rhinoplasty” published on PubMed shows that out of 369 cosmetic nose job procedures, 87% had a successful correction of their nasal deformity through nasal surgery.

According to the research, out of all the revision surgeries performed:

  • The complication rate was 7.9%
  • The dissatisfaction rate was 15.4%
  • The revision rate was 9.8%

Given the procedure’s complexity and potentially unrealistic patient expectations, only a few rhinoplasty doctors in New York have a high success rate with nose jobs, and Dr. Linkov is proud to be one of them. His extensive experience in plastic reconstructive surgery allows him to perform a nose job operation of the highest level, culminating in a success rate of more than 90%. That is why many patients see Dr. Linkov as the best cosmetic plastic surgeon in the city for rhinoplasty.

What Are the Risks and Complications of Rhinoplasty?

Dr. Gary Linkov can ensure the procedure’s effectiveness while also guaranteeing that no complications occur. The following are the most common risks and complications:

  • Bleeding;
  • Infection;
  • Poor scarring;
  • Dorsal irregularities.

Because rhinoplasty can cause a variety of complications, it is important to pick the best plastic surgeon who understands these risks and has strategies in place to avoid them.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Are the Alternatives to Rhinoplasty?

As an alternative to surgical rhinoplasty, some patients opt for liquid rhinoplasty, also known as nonsurgical rhinoplasty, which involves injecting dermal fillers (such as Restylane) into specific areas of the nose to achieve cosmetic changes. These nonsurgical nose job outcomes are temporary and limited in what can be achieved.

Are Rhinoplasty and a Septoplasty the Same Thing?

No, not exactly. Rhinoplasty and septoplasty can all be performed separately. The most common scenario is that they are performed together because the septum is the most common source of cartilage for a nose job and often has to be addressed for cosmetic and functional concerns. Septorhinoplasty is a treatment that combines the two procedures.

Are Patients Satisfied After Rhinoplasty?

The literature-reported satisfaction rates after rhinoplasty surgery are in the 80-90% range. The rates are lower in men compared to women. These findings highlight the difficulty of nose job surgery and the importance of finding the best plastic surgeon who performs many of these surgeries every year.

Will Computer Imaging Be Used During My Visit?

Some plastic surgeons, including Dr. Linkov, use computer renderings of what the nose might look like after surgery to help guide patient decision-making. The most crucial thing is that both the doctor and the patient agree on the aesthetic goals. Please remember that the computer image is not a guarantee of what will follow after surgery, but rather a framework for the surgeon to work with during the procedure.

Is There a Difference Between Rhinoplasty and Nose Job Surgery?

Rhinoplasty is the technical term for a nose job. A nose job is a blanket term for any surgery involving the nose, but it is most commonly used to indicate a rhinoplasty or septorhinoplasty. The term “nose job” does not encompass the whole range of nose surgeries. Nasal reconstruction, for example, can be done after the skin cancer has been removed, and septoplasty surgery can be done separately to address a deviated septum without involving any other nasal structures. Rhinoplasty specifically describes nose plastic surgery that alters the bone, upper lateral cartilages, and/or lower cartilages of the nose.

When Can I Return to Work after Rhinoplasty?

You should be able to return to work a little more than a week after surgery. However, there may still be some swelling and reddish incisions.

Will My Nose Be Splinted and Sutured after Rhinoplasty?

Dr. Linkov will use an external splint to keep your cartilage and bone in place while they heal. The splint will help minimize swelling and protect your nose’s new shape. Internal splints may be used by your doctor to offer support within the nose and to stabilize the reshaped septum after septoplasty. Internal and external splints are usually left in place for one week following surgery.

Dissolvable stitches are often used internally to keep the lining in place during healing and may take many weeks to completely break down. Non-dissolvable sutures are commonly used on the outside of the nose and should be removed within 5 to 7 days after treatment.

How Long Will Swelling and Bruising Last after Rhinoplasty?

Bruising is common following surgery and can last anywhere from two to three weeks. Most swelling in the nasal tissues will usually subside within two months. However, depending on your procedure’s complexity, it can persist for a year or even longer, typically in the tip of the nose. We use delicate surgical techniques and Arnica Montana to decrease the extent and the intensity of swelling and accelerate postoperative healing.

Can I Exercise after a Rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty makes your nose’s blood vessels extremely sensitive, and exercising too soon after surgery can result in bruising, nose bleeds, and other postoperative complications. Hence, you should avoid any exercise other than light to brisk walking for at least one week following your surgery. Within three to four weeks of the treatment, you can gradually resume gentle, non-contact exercises.

Does Dr. Linkov Perform Rhinoplasty Revision Procedures?

Yes. Dr. Linkov has a profound understanding of nasal structure as well as the exceptional surgical technique required for secondary rhinoplasty. If you’ve failed to achieve a satisfactory result with a previous surgeon, Dr. Linkov can develop a customized plan based on your anatomy, medical history, and the results of a primary procedure to produce the remarkable and natural outcomes he’s always been known for.

What Is the Difference between Male and Female Rhinoplasty?

There are various anatomical differences between men and women. Men tend to favor more prominent nasal structures, such as a strongly defined straight angle nose (an approximate angle of 90 to 95 degrees between the nose and upper lip). Women, on the other hand, prefer a much more subtle and softer appearance with a slightly upturned nasal tip (95 degrees or more angle between the nose and upper lip) and a slight dorsal hump. When combined with thinner skin, these characteristics of the female nose result in sharper, more delicate nasal features. Eventually, rhinoplasty is a procedure tailored to an individual patient, and regardless of what characteristics are regarded as “normal” for each gender, the procedure should be customized to your exact needs and goals.

Dr. Linkov’s private practice on New York City’s Upper East Side focuses on cosmetic and functional rhinoplasty. You can view before and after photos of the rhinoplasty procedure below.

Rhinoplasty Before and After

Rhinoplasty Case 1

Functional and cosmetic rhinoplasty to straighten out the nose, reduce the dorsal (bridge) hump, and improve nasal breathing. After this correction procedure, the patient and his mother couldn’t believe their eyes. The male rhinoplasty surgery required complex nasal reconstruction with a PDS plate.

Rhinoplasty Case 2

Female cosmetic rhinoplasty to achieve a small and elevated nose tip as well as better proportions. Previous nasal skin cancer made our surgery more difficult, but we nevertheless achieved a more diminutive and elevated nasal tip, as well as improved proportions.

Rhinoplasty Case 3

Functional and cosmetic rhinoplasty was performed to straighten out the nose, reduce the nasal hump, and improve breathing. We corrected the poly beak deformity (hooked nose) while keeping the nose masculine. This man has never been able to breathe so freely in his life.

Rhinoplasty Case 4

A functional rhinoplasty was performed to improve nasal breathing and straighten the nose for this nice man who had previously had nasal trauma.

Rhinoplasty Case 5

A functional rhinoplasty was performed to improve nasal breathing and to straighten the nose for this nice man who had suffered nasal trauma in the past. He was so happy that his nose was no longer crooked.

Rhinoplasty Case 6

12 weeks following revision rhinoplasty surgery to raise a droopy tip, narrow, and refine the nasal bridge. The skin envelope was thick, and the scarring from the previous procedure was extensive. The tip will continue to become less swollen and more refined as she continues to heal over the next 9 months.

Rhinoplasty Case 7

1-week post-revision cosmetic rhinoplasty status. This woman had surgery elsewhere many years ago and was left with mobile cartilage at the bridge and a misshaped dorsum, which were corrected with an open approach.

Rhinoplasty Case 8

This beautiful woman was randomly attacked in the NYC subway system and punched in the nose, leaving her with a crooked appearance. She wanted to have her nose straightened and her bridge slightly refined. She was able to move on from the horrific incident by fixing her nose. She is shown here 4 weeks and 4 months following septorhinoplasty.

Rhinoplasty Case 9

7 months after rhinoplasty to better define the bridge and nasal tip, as well as reduce the alar base. She had very thick skin, which lengthens the recovery time owing to swelling and makes creating a “smaller” nose more challenging. But with realistic expectations, specific refinements can be made successfully.

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Dr Linkov performed surgery on my nose in December 2019. His professional demeanor, highly skilled, confident, and detailed knowledge of such a precision demanding craft left me in a state of awesomeness! I trust this Gentle Doctor and highly recommend him to anyone who is considering any of the services that his practice provides!

World-renowned nose surgery expert, Dr. Linkov is a board-certified facial plastic surgeon specializing in rhinoplasty. You’ll look and feel better after this talented surgeon preserves your nose functions while balancing its aesthetics with the rest of your face. Call City Facial Plastics today for an initial consultation. Find out if you’re a good candidate for rhinoplasty from the best nose plastic surgeon in NYC.

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Dr. Gary Linkov

Dr. Linkov is a double board-certified by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery. A native of New York, Dr. Linkov graduated as a salutatorian from Cornell University and received his Medical Degree at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Linkov conducted advanced head and neck cancer research at the world-renowned Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Currently, Dr. Linkov is Adjunct Assistant Professor at NYU teaching Rhinoplasty.

Dr. Linkov is New York's top-rated facial plastic surgeon specializing in lip lift, facelift, rhinoplasty, and hair transplant. Voted top 5 lip lift surgeons in the US, he is listed in the prestigious SuperDoctors New York™ registry and featured on the Dr. Oz Show, where he discussed the state-of-the-art hair transplantation procedure.

Page Updated on Jan 8, 2022 by Dr. Gary Linkov  (Facial Plastic Surgeon) of  City Facial Plastics in New York.

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