740 Hospital Drive Suite 320 Beaumont, TX 77701 Phone: 409.212.8121

Dr. O'Mara

Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon in Beaumonth Texas

Dr. O’Mara is a facial plastic surgeon in Beaumont Texas whose practice is dedicated solely to plastic surgery and rejuvenation of the face and neck. He has completed many years of highly specialized training focusing exclusively in this area, and he feels that with his experience he is able to provide his patients the most optimum and natural appearing results.

Dr. O’Mara is double board certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and by the American Board of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. Click Here

Frequently Asked Questions

I'm of Chinese descent and looking to get a nose job. Is it fairly common in Asian rhinoplasty to perform chin augmentation at the same time?

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It is not uncommon to perform a chin augmentation at the same time as rhinoplasty in those patients who have a weak chin. Most patients undergoing rhinoplasty do not require…

I'm not happy with the results of my nose job and will need to have a revision rhinoplasty. I believe I'm going to need some sort of graft used and I would like to know what the difference is between artificial and natural implants and what their pros and cons are.

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I always try to use a natural implant in the form of a nasal septal cartilage graft or an ear cartilage graft. Cartilage can easily be carved and shaped and used to modify t…

I've heard that the nose continues to grow as you get older. Is this true? I'm only 25 and getting a nose job next month and that seems like a lot of years for my nose and the results of my nose job to change.

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As a person ages, subtle changes occur to the nose. The nasal skin can become thicker especially at the tip of the nose. Also the nasal tip may droop due to relaxation of th…

I have a deviated septum and would like to get this fixed. I've also considered getting a nose job for many years. If I get the deviated septum fixed, would this be a good time to get the nose job done? Can both procedures be performed at the same time?

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A deviated nasal septum can certainly be performed at the same time as a rhinoplasty. Many patients of mine have breathing difficulties and an undesirable nasal appearance. I…

I run on a regular basis and would like to know how soon after my rhinoplasty surgery that I'll be able to get back to my usual routine? Will I have any issues with breathing while running? And what are the concerns if you start being too active too soon?

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After your rhinoplasty procedure, you will have swelling on the inside of your nose that will affect your breathing. In general, you should wait three to four weeks to resum…

When I was 15 years old, I got into a car accident and broke my nose. It has been slightly askew to the left ever since. Is there any way Rhinoplasty can fix that?

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Patients who have had significant injury to their nose during an accident resulting in a crooked nose are candidates for a nasal fracture repair. This is not considered a cos…

I am a 25 year-old female, and I have a serious hump on my nose. Can Rhinoplasty fix that hump?

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Yes, that is one of the most common reasons patients schedule rhinoplasty consultations. Another common nasal deformity complaint is a big nasal tip. Also, I will evaluate th…

When I was younger I was playing baseball and the ball hit me right in the face. My nose was broken and has ever since been crooked and has a bump. Can rhinoplasty fix these issues? What would be done?

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Patients who have had significant injury to their nose during an accident resulting in a crooked nose are candidates for a nasal fracture repair. This is not considered a cos…

I broke my nose once as a child, and then again at the age of 25. I'm 35 now, and seeking a nose job to repair the damage. Is it possible to do this, or is there likely too much damage? Is it a problem if too much time passes?

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Yes, it is certainly possible to have your nose repaired after more than one injury and also after years have passed since the last injury. The extent of damage varies from …

The tip of my nose points way up, kind of like an elf. I'd like to fix this problem with a rhinoplasty. Can the tip be flattened without removing a lot of tissue? I think my nose would be too flat if too much was removed.

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It sounds like you have an over-rotated nose that may be a little too pointed. Correction of this often involves lengthening the nose to create a less "turned up" appearance…