One of the most common procedures associated with cosmetic surgery is Rhinoplasty. It bears meaning to the words ‘nose job’ or ‘nose surgery,’ and involves shaping or reshaping the nose. A Rhinoplasty can be done in a number of different ways on a variety of patients. For example, a Rhinoplasty can be performed on patients with wide noses or noses which have big bumps or wide tips. These conditions and areas will be subjected to sculpturing and narrowing in order to remove abnormalities, damages or unaesthetic looks. Furthermore, a Rhinoplasty procedure can be done on a patient for purposes of reconstruction in order to correct birth defects or problems with breathing.
Non Surgical Nose Job
A non-surgical nose job offers a new alternative to traditional Rhinoplasty. Using injections of gels, the nose is shaped and contoured to achieve the desired look. By injecting into precise areas of the nose the procedure can disguise a nasal bump or indentation, straighten or lift the nasal tip and increase the appearance of a flattened nasal bridge. The procedure is completed in less than 20 minutes and requires no recovery time. Furthermore, the achieved results will remain for a couple of years, as well.
Expectations from a Rhinoplasty Procedure
Since no two people have the exact same type of nose, and since there are many different variations of nose shape, size and projection, it is vital that the patient identify the correct and aesthetically pleasing procedure prior to the surgery. Sometimes patients desire a certain type of nose that may not match their facial shape. During the consultation process with the surgeon, the goal of surgery should be clearly discussed.
In essence, patients should understand that a nose job surgery alone won’t necessarily bring out an increased appearance in the face unless there are some hidden attractive facial features.
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