Who Needs Rhinoplasty?

Who Needs Rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty procedures can be divided into those which are required for medical reasons and those which are performed for purely aesthetic reasons.


Medical reasons for rhinoplasty are often connected with nose straightening or nose reconstruction. Often these are connected with nose problems connected with broken nose surgery. Another issue that can be corrected by rhinoplasty is a deviated septum. When it comes to rhinoplasty for a deviated septum NHS surgeons will often perform this surgery ‘free’. Surgery which addresses internal corrections to the nose is usually known as septoplasty. A septorhinoplasty is surgery to improve breathing through the nose (septoplasty) together with surgery to improve the external shape and appearance of the nose (rhinoplasty).


Cosmetic surgery, however, is purely based on the premise of how to improve your look and must usually be funded by the patient. There are numerous types of noses and for some people nose shapes are very important. A big nose, a hooked nose, a nose hump, a very wide nose or even an asymmetrical nose do not equate to a ‘beautiful’ face according to popular opinion. Rhinoplasty procedures include nose reduction, nose reshaping and wide nose rhinoplasty.


So, for those people who want a straight nose or want to know how to make your nose smaller – nose correction, nostril reduction or nose reduction surgery may be the solution.

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