6 Common Nose Shape Concerns that Rhinoplasty can resolve

  March 20, 2020


Nose size, shape and straightness often come into play when someone is investigating Rhinoplasty surgery. But there are other nose shape concerns that lead people to consider their surgical options.

If you are considering a Rhinoplasty (Nose Job), you may want to know the key nose problems that can often be remedied with this type of procedure.

In this blog, we cover the most frequently heard complaints about noses that lead individuals to explore their surgical options for reshaping, resizing or re-positioning certain structures of the nose.

REASONS PEOPLE ELECT TO HAVE RHINOPLASTY PROCEDURES

Rhinoplasty (Nose Reshaping Surgery) remains as one of the most popular cosmetic procedures for both women and men. Whilst some people opt for this procedure for purely aesthetic reasons, a Nose Job can also help to correct common medical issues.

Rhinoplasty surgery can help to aid/correct medical conditions such as:

  • Damage to the nose bridge or internal nasal structures
  • Sinus infections
  • A broken or crooked nose that impairs breathing
  • Mild sleep apnea
  • A Deviated septum

Rhinoplasty is commonly sought to improve the overall facial appearance by reshaping the nose length, tip shape, straightness, nose position or height of the nose bridge. As the nose is such a central feature of your face, corrective nose surgery can often have a big impact on your facial balance and harmony.

Nose Surgery – whether for aesthetic reasons or for medical reasons – can potentially improve your quality of life to a great extent. With a more proportionate, reshaped nose, you may find your social confidence increases by leaps and bounds – and you may no longer fear the camera when someone takes a photo of your side profile.

6 Common Concerns that Rhinoplasty Surgery can help to resolve

Below is a list of the most commonly expressed concerns about nose appearance that lead individuals to explore getting a Nose Job.

  1. THE BRIDGE OF THE NOSE IS TOO WIDE OR FLAT.
  2. THE NOSE HAS A LARGE BULBOUS TIP
  3. THE NOSE IS CONSIDERED TOO BIG OR LONG
  4. THE NOSE IS TOO POINTY FOR THE PATIENT’S LIKING.
  5. THE NOSE IS CROOKED.
  6. THE NOSE HAS A PROMINENT HUMP OR NOSE-BRIDGE BUMP.

Be sure you ask yourself the important questions

Make sure you ask yourself why you are considering Rhinoplasty Surgery.

Be certain you’re choosing to have surgery for yourself, not a spontaneously – and never, ever for anyone other than yourself.

If you want to know more about our Specialist Plastic Surgeon or to get a quote for a Nose Reshaping procedure, then you can Contact Us for to get a lowest quote.

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