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Rhinoplasty or nose surgery involves reshaping the nose, and is used to improve the appearance or form of the nose as well as its functionality by correcting breathing problems. You may choose to have cosmetic rhinoplasty because you’re unhappy with the shape, size or appearance of your nose; or if you suffer from breathing difficulties or sinus, rhinoplasty may be the answer for improved function due to an issue with the structure of your nasal passages.

Whether for purely cosmetic reasons or for corrective purposes, rhinoplasty is a technically difficult procedure and requires a sound sense of aesthetics as well as a thorough anatomical understanding. If you are considering nasal surgery for any reason, it’s important to choose a doctor who is a specialist in nasal airway function as well as plastic surgery. This will ensure that efficient breathing is as high a priority as appearance and the balance of a beautiful nose with correct functionality is achieved.

One size does not fit all.

It’s important that the outcome of your Rhinoplasty is balanced between what you want as well as addressing your natural facial structure, so that it looks as natural as possible.

Do all nasal conditions require surgery?

No they don’t. Many nasal conditions don’t require surgery and are managed effectively through a number of different treatments that might include:

  • Injectables
  • Lifestyle modifications – i.e. environment control, sleep position
  • Flush out the nasal cavity 

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