Nose surgery or rhinoplasty, is one of the most commonly performed facial cosmetic procedures at our clinics. Also known as a nose job; rhinoplasty is designed to improve the appearance and proportion of the nose, or to correct a breathing problem.
Nose reshaping may also be performed as a reconstructive procedure to repair a birth defect or a traumatic injury, such as a broken nose.
It can also be carried out for functional purposes rather than cosmetic. Combining nose with a septoplasty can effectively correct breathing issues caused by deviated septum.
The ideal nose must be symmetrical and have a natural appearance that matches the face, also helps to breathe naturally. However, the ideal nose concept is different from person to another, and from country to another. The components of the nose must be in harmony with each other and provides a suitable appearance for the face type. Rhinoplasty aims to achieve this harmony and get a nose with a natural appearance.
- If you are not satisfied about the appearance or the size of your nose.
- If your nose is too big or too small or doesn’t match your face.
- If you have breathing problems.
- If your nose is too big and heavily curved.
- If you have congenital problems or had an accident.
For a healthier life and better appearance, you should perform Rhinoplasty.
The most important reasons that leads to a cosmetic surgery for the nose are deformities and respiratory problems. Genital abnormalities usually occur because of genetic factors. However, occasional accidents, trauma or subsequent tumors may cause deformities.
Congenital Problems: depending on the genetic code of the person, the nose may be poorly shaped, causing breathing difficulties. In such cases which are usually caused by the family, the person may want to change the shape of their nose according to the general understanding of beauty. People who complain of their noses can consult specialists in nose aesthetic.
Problems Caused By Accidents: Trauma and accidents can cause a deterioration of the shape of the nose. In particular, falling in childhood can damage the nose bone and adversely affect the development of it. Untreated nasal bone fractures can cause deformities and difficulty in breathing. In adulthood, there may be deterioration in the shape of the nose for people who have suffered trauma, accidents and those interested in combat sports. Although it is not very common, only the nasal tumor and the operations performed to remove this tumor may also cause deformities in the nose. In such cases, Rhinoplasty may be needed.