If you can’t breathe through your nose, that’s a functional problem. If you’re bothered by a nasal hump or a bulbous nose tip, that’s a cosmetic issue. Rhinoplasty, commonly known as a “nose job,” can effectively treat both functional and cosmetic concerns.
Rhinoplasty is a versatile procedure that goes beyond aesthetic enhancements. While many people are familiar with its cosmetic benefits, such as refining the nose’s shape, size, or symmetry, rhinoplasty can also include septoplasty to address functional issues affecting breathing and overall nasal health. The procedure can be a valuable tool in correcting nasal defects or deformities resulting from accidents, trauma, or birth conditions.
The infographic below highlights some of the things rhinoplasty can achieve.
Whether you have a nasal fracture that needs realignment, nasal structures that impede breathing, or a nasal tip that requires reconstruction, rhinoplasty can provide transformative solutions. By combining the artistry of cosmetic surgery with the precision of functional improvements, the procedure can help you achieve a more harmonious nasal appearance while enhancing your overall nasal health and well-being.
In some cases, rhinoplasty is combined with procedures such as chin augmentation to further achieve balance among all facial features.
Before and After Rhinoplasty
Take a look at two of our patients’ before and after photos below to see how beautifully rhinoplasty and septoplasty work together to achieve both aesthetic and functional results. You can also read about 5 of our best cases in our blog and check out our photo gallery to see more results we’ve achieved for our patients.
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Because each patient has unique nasal characteristics, aesthetic goals, and functional concerns, rhinoplasty is a highly individualized procedure. The skilled and experienced surgeons at Center for Plastic Surgery can assess your needs and goals and create a surgical plan to achieve the results you want.