Rhinoplasty (also known as a Nose Job) is a popular cosmetic procedure that involves restructuring the nose to improve its appearance. Rhinoplasty may also be used to improve airflow for patients with a deviated septum or other issues that may restrict proper breathing. Due to the nose being the central focal point of the face, altering the shape of the nose can greatly improve overall facial balance and harmony.


Features & Benefits

Improved Nasal Function

Rhinoplasty can address structural issues that affect nasal function, such as a deviated septum, enlarged turbinates, or other obstructions that impede airflow. Functional rhinoplasty can improve breathing and alleviate issues like chronic congestion, snoring, and sleep apnea. Patients often experience improved overall nasal airflow and a better quality of life.

Enhanced Aesthetic Appearance

Aesthetic rhinoplasty is focused on improving the appearance of the nose to create a more harmonious balance with other facial features. It can address a variety of concerns, including the size, shape, proportion, and symmetry of the nose. By creating a more attractive and balanced nasal appearance, rhinoplasty can boost self-confidence and improve the overall facial aesthetic.

Correction of Trauma or Congenital Deformities

 Rhinoplasty can correct deformities resulting from trauma, accidents, or congenital conditions. This includes repairing broken noses, addressing nasal asymmetry, and restoring a more natural and functional shape to the nose. The procedure can greatly enhance the patient’s appearance and self-esteem in cases where the nose has been altered due to injury or genetic factors.

Psychological and Emotional Benefits

For individuals who have been self-conscious about their nasal appearance or have struggled with breathing difficulties, rhinoplasty can lead to significant psychological and emotional benefits. Improving the appearance of the nose can lead to increased self-esteem and a more positive self-image. Likewise, resolving breathing issues can enhance overall quality of life and reduce feelings of frustration or discomfort.

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Rhinoplasty, commonly known as a nose job, is a surgical procedure that aims to reshape or resize the nose to enhance its appearance or improve its function. It can address concerns such as nasal asymmetry, a hump on the bridge of the nose, a bulbous or drooping nasal tip, or breathing difficulties due to structural issues.

 Rhinoplasty can be performed using two main techniques: open rhinoplasty and closed rhinoplasty. In open rhinoplasty, a small incision is made on the columella (the strip of tissue between the nostrils), allowing for better visibility and access to the nasal structures. In closed rhinoplasty, incisions are made inside the nostrils, resulting in no external visible scarring. The specific technique used depends on the individual’s anatomy and the goals of the surgery.

Good candidates for rhinoplasty are individuals who are in good overall health and have realistic expectations about the procedure. They may have aesthetic concerns about the size, shape, or symmetry of their nose, or functional issues such as breathing difficulties. It is important to have a thorough consultation with a qualified plastic surgeon to determine if you are a suitable candidate for rhinoplasty.

After rhinoplasty, patients can expect some swelling, bruising, and discomfort around the nose and eyes. Nasal congestion and stuffiness are also common. A splint or cast may be placed on the nose to support its new shape during the initial healing period. Most people can return to work or school within 1 to 2 weeks, but it may take several months for the final results to fully manifest as swelling subsides.

As with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks and complications associated with rhinoplasty. These can include infection, bleeding, adverse reaction to anesthesia, asymmetry, scarring, changes in sensation, difficulty breathing, or dissatisfaction with the results. It is important to discuss these potential risks with your surgeon and follow their pre- and post-operative instructions to minimize complications.

Yes, rhinoplasty can be combined with other procedures if desired. It is common for patients to combine rhinoplasty with procedures such as septoplasty (correction of a deviated septum), chin augmentation, or other facial surgeries to achieve a more balanced and harmonious overall appearance.

The visibility of scarring after rhinoplasty depends on the technique used. In closed rhinoplasty, where the incisions are made inside the nostrils, there is typically no visible scarring. In open rhinoplasty, a small incision is made on the columella, resulting in a small scar that is usually well-hidden and fades over time. Your surgeon will take steps to minimize scarring and provide specific instructions for scar care during the healing process.

The results of rhinoplasty are considered permanent. However, it is important to note that the final results may take several months to fully manifest as the swelling subsides and the nose settles into its new shape. The outcome of rhinoplasty can be long-lasting, but natural aging processes and changes in the tissues over time can still affect the appearance of the nose.


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