There are many reasons why someone may require nose rhinoplasty. An individual might have a hooked or misshapen nose that is out of keeping with their other facial features. This may cause them to feel discomfort. Another person may have had a series of injuries that has left their nose crooked. Yet another person might have a normal shaped nose but suffer from breathing difficulties, due to the internal structure of their nasal bone and cartilage.
Yet these different types of issues are unnecessary with modern medical technology. Rhinoplasty can safely and effectively fix these problems and turn an otherwise uncomfortable problem into a beautiful and functional nose.
The Benefits of Rhinoplasty
About Cosmetic Rhinoplasty
Many people are simply uncomfortable with the shape or size of their noses. However, there is no need to suffer with a crooked or big nose, since this is a surgical fix available.
Best of all, cosmetic rhinoplasty is typically minimally invasive surgery, so the recovery time is generally fairly quick. This means that you will get to enjoy the benefits of your nose after the routine procedure.
Repairing an Injury
Sustaining repeated injuries to your nose could be very damaging and leave you with a blocked nose that can be more prone to sinus infections. While most people think these injuries only affect boxers, there are many other professions in which broken noses are very common. Police officers consistently struggle with violent offenders, and the average officer on the street can expect a couple of broken noses in their career.
Additionally, besides the aesthetic concerns, these injuries can create the potential for breathing problems and increased sinus infections. The good news is that receiving a rhinoplasty operation will repair the nasal structure and improve breathing.
Fixing Breathing Problems
Some people have normal shaped noses but the internal structure of their nasal bone and cartilage can still cause them breathing difficulties. These individuals can experience difficulty with sleeping and sports, since they are not able to inhale as much oxygen as someone without obstructed nasal passages. Receiving rhinoplasty for this condition can provide benefits in terms of breathing.
If you have questions about nose problems or are interested in nose rhinoplasty make an appointment to see our rhinoplasty specialist.