Aesthetic Nose Job

If your nose is too big or too small, nose tip is wide, if your nose looks wider than normal from the front or crooked, if it bears asymmetries, if there are problems in the nostrils, if you have difficulties in breathing through the nose or if your nose tip goes down while smiling or speaking in particular, rhinoplasty is the right choice for you.

Aim of the current Aesthetic Nose Surgeries is to create a natural looking nose fit for the face and aesthetic lines. With the more precise tools and more delicate applications, post-surgery bruise and swelling are seen less.

 

With the computer simulation on your own photo, you may have an idea on the result. This does not reflect the exact result of the surgery, but is useful since it constitutes a concrete draft to talk on and make a decision with your doctor.

 

Your nose may be crooked, have asymmetry due to accident or concha hypertrophy. These operations solves not only aesthetic, but also functional problems.

 

You may not have a general big problem with your nose, but have a saggy, thick nose tip going down,  which can be corrected with a small intervention with the nose tip, called Tip-plasty.

 

Because no packing is used after these operations, patient can breathe more easily and go back home after a couple of hours.



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