Rhinoplasty otherwise called nose surgery is one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures. It’s a medical procedure that reshapes the nose for cosmetic or reconstructive purposes. During the rhinoplasty procedure, it’s possible to reduce the size of the nose, to straighten it or to change the angle between the nose and upper lip. Also to correct an injury or birth defect or to improve breathing problems
What does Rhinoplasty do?
It corrects unaesthetic characteristics in noses that are too long or too big, bulbous, with a hump or with a ‘hanging’ tip. It narrows the nostrils if they are too wide. It corrects deformities such as those acquired as a result of accidents. It helps correct certain breathing problems. It can give the nose a more masculine or feminine look, according to the standards of proportion and harmony prescribed for each sex.
What does Rhinoplasty NOT do?
It cannot reproduce an exact copy of the nose of someone famous. Remember that there is no such thing as two noses that look exactly the same, that each face has its own proportions, volumes, angles and outlines, and that the same nose that looks beautiful on one face may look odd if it were reproduced exactly on your own. Even though it will make your face look more beautiful and harmonious, and it will probably also improve your self-esteem, it will not be enough to make you look perfect. We must be realistic and accept the fact that that kind of perfection does not exist.