Sagging breasts, also known as breast ptosis, can be an extremely common concern for women in various stages of their lives. The drooping appearance may occur from the natural aging process, after pregnancy, due to weight fluctuations, or stem from genetic factors. There are varying ... Continue Reading
The nose serves as the centerpiece of the face, providing symmetry, balance, and character to your profile. As such, when bumps or humps are present on the nasal bridge, the entire facial aesthetic can be disrupted. Patients who are unhappy with the shape, size, or ... Continue Reading
A woman’s body goes through many changes during pregnancy, and some of these may stick around for years. Those wanting to “bounce back” after having a baby might be frustrated when their body doesn’t revert back to how it was pre-pregnancy. For some mothers, weight ... Continue Reading
While reducing breast size through surgery can produce better results for many patients, it may be possible to accomplish noticeable results through diet and exercise. However, reducing one’s breast size or losing weight through a healthy lifestyle oftentimes proves more difficult than people realize. Many ... Continue Reading
If you have ever tried to fix puffy bags under your eyes by drenching your face in concealer, you are not alone! Many of our patients have experienced the same frustration. Some feel that bloated look adds a tired, worn-out quality to their expressions – ... Continue Reading
Sagging breasts are a common concern for many women, causing them to seek breast lift surgery. This popular procedure removes and tightens excess skin to elevate the breasts, and generally results in a more youthful, “lifted” appearance. In many cases, however, these patients wish to ... Continue Reading
This is a question I frequently hear from women and men seeking a slimmer, more toned midsection after diet and exercise have failed to produce their desired results. While both surgical options can effectively sculpt the midsection, each procedure addresses a different cosmetic concern. In ... Continue Reading
There is a common misconception that a double chin is solely the result of carrying excess weight. While fat accumulation is often a leading element, in reality, a number of additional factors can contribute to the development of unwanted fullness and sagging around the jaw ... Continue Reading
The plastic surgery procedures performed by Jon Kurkjian, MD are designed to provide long-lasting results that help you look and feel your very best well into the future. Dr. Kurkjian’s use of advanced techniques along with treatment plans that are customized to each individual’s needs ... Continue Reading
Characterized by excess, sagging skin just beneath the chin and jawline, jowls are a common aesthetic concern experienced by virtually all men and women at some point in their lifetime. While the most notable cause is a loss of collagen and elastin through the natural ... Continue Reading
In The Media
1.Predictable Control of Tip Projection and Rotation: Septal Extension Grafts. Rod, J. Rohrich, Jamil Ahmad, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, H. Steve Byrd. Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters, Third Edition. 2014.
2.Adjusting Rotation of the Nasal Tip. Rod J. Rohrich, Georges Tabbal, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Jamil Ahmad. Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters, Third Edition. 2014.
3.Importance of the Alar-Columellar Relationship. Jack P. Gunter, Rod J. Rohrich, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Jamil Ahmad. Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters, Third Edition. 2014.
4.The Role of Soft Tissue Fillers in Rhinoplasty. Rod J. Rohrich, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Jamil Ahmad. Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters, Third Edition. 2014.
5.Classifying Deformities of the Columella Base in Rhinoplasty. Michael R. Lee, Georges Tabbal, T. Jonathan Kurkjian; Jason Roostaeian; Rod J. Rohrich. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. April 2014.
6.Soft-Tissue Fillers in Rhinoplasty. T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Jamil Ahmad, Rod J. Rohrich. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. February 2014.
7.Anatomy of the Supratrochlear Nerve: Implications for the Surgical Treatment of Migraine Headaches. Jeffrey E. Janis, Daniel A. Hatef, Robert Hagan, Timothy Schaub, Jerome H. Liu, HemaThakar, Kelly M. Bolden, Justin B. Heller, T. Jonathan Kurkjian. Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. April 2013.
8.The Effect of the Columellar Strut on Nasal Tip Position. Rodney J. Rohrich, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Ronald E. Hoxworth, Phillip J. Stephan, Ali Mojallal. Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. October 2012.
9.Role of the Columellar Strut in Rhinoplasty – Indications and Rationale. Ron Hoxworth, Rodney J. Rohrich, T. Jonathan Kurkjian. Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. January 2012.
10.Brow Lift in Facial Rejuvenation: A Systematic Literature Review of Open versus Endoscopic Techniques. Darrell W. Graham, Justin Heller, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Timothy Schaub, Rod J. Rohrich.Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. October 2011.
11.Impact of the Current Economy on Facial Cosmetic Surgery. T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Jeffrey M. Kenkel. Aesthetic Surgery Journal. September 2011.
12.Refinements in Abdominoplasty – A 20-year single surgeon review. Andrew P. Trussler, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Daniel Hatef, Rodney J. Rohrich. Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. October 2010.
13.Soft Tissue Fillers in Secondary Rhinoplasty: Jamil Ahmad, T. Jonathan Kurkjian, Rod J. Rohrich: Secondary Rhinoplasty by the Global Masters Volume 1
14.Altering Tip Rotation and Projection: Jamil Ahmad,Rod J. Rohrich, Georges N. Tabbal, T. Jonathan Kurkjian: Secondary Rhinoplasty by the Global Masters Volume 1
15.The Alar Rims and Columella: Rod J. Rohrich, Jamil Ahmad, T. Jonathan Kurkjian: Secondary Rhinoplasty by the Global Masters Volume 1