Nose
Nose

One of the most common of all plastic surgery procedures is an operation to re-shape the nose, or rhinoplasty. It can reduce or enlarge nose size, alter the shape of the bridge or tip, taper nostril width or correct the angle between nose and upper lip. This procedure is also used to rectify birth defects or injuries and can even bring relief to those with certain breathing problems.*

Rhinoplasty can give your confidence a boost and enhance your appearance, but it may not change the way you look to match an idealistic image, or affect the way others interact with you.

The most suitable candidates for rhinoplasty are those who would like to look better, rather than those seeking perfection. If you're in good physical shape and with reasonable expectations, you may wish to pursue this further.

 

NOSE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • A bump
  • Nose too big
  • Nose too small
  • Nose too long
  • Nose over-projected
  • Traumatic deformity
  • Associated breathing difficulties
  • Seven days off work or school
  • Splint to remain on for seven days
  • Skin coloured tapes to be worn over the nose for a further 14 days
  • Bruising may be present for up to 2 weeks
  • Swelling can remain for 6 months, gradually reducing over time
  • Bleeding/bruising
  • Infection
  • Numbness of nasal tip
  • Temporary nasal obstruction
  • Contour irregularities
  • Scars
  • Subjective dissatisfaction

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*BEFORE & AFTER

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* Disclaimer

* Disclaimer - Results may vary from person to person

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