Rhinoplasty reshapes the bone and cartilage structure of the nose with the aim of achieving a more refined profile and a smaller, more aesthetically pleasing tip, resulting in a nose more in proportion with the rest of the face.
The procedure is performed under general anesthesia and the duration of the surgery depends on whether the whole or only a part of the nose needs remodelling. In those cases where the patient also has respiratory problems it is possible to treat the internal structures at the same time in order to improve breathing.
The patient needs to be psychologically ready for such an important cosmetic change and should only proceed after careful consideration of the effect it will have on their appearance.ilhouette can be quite amazing, as is the improvement in the patient’s quality of life. Self-confidence is raised dramatically and the aesthetic result is permanent if the patient maintains their ideal weight and does regular exercise.