Facts About Rhinoplasty
Did you know there is a cosmetic procedure to correct the nose? Known as rhinoplasty, people can undergo nose jobs to reshape that facial area. This type of surgery is recommended if you want to make your nose larger or smaller, change angle of the nose in relation with the upper nose, correct bumps, indentations, or other defects and/or alter tip of the nose.
This type of facial surgery is incredibly popular, in fact, is among the five most common plastic surgery procedures performed in the United States! Dr. Sadrian of Sadrian Plastic Surgery in San Diego recommends rhinoplasty for the following changes:
- Nose size in relation to facial balance
- Enlarged, drooping, upturned or hooked nasal tip
- Large, wide, or upturned nostrils
- Nose profile with visible depressions or humps on the bridge
- Nasal asymmetry
What You Should Know Before Considering Rhinoplasty
Even though rhinoplasty enjoys immense popularity in the USA, a lot of misinformation and confusion is also swirling around this particular facial plastic surgery. It’s a good idea to gather as much information before deciding whether to have this surgery or not. You need to know that:
Rhinoplasty Results Should Blend In, Not Stand Out
All good rhinoplasty results have one thing in common – all provide a natural appearance. Rhinoplasty surgery is done to remove imperfections or align nose in desired position/shape, which means an attractive nose should be in harmony with other facial features. One more thing to keep in mind before going under the knife for this surgery is that all noses are perfectly symmetrical with existing facial structure. This means a desired style that looks great on someone else may not look good on you!
It’s One of The Most Challenging Surgeries
Rhinoplasty surgery isn’t easy to perform. This is because nasal passages are delicate while the nose itself is pretty small. A subtle and natural looking nose from rhinoplasty is the result of a skilled hand, which means people thinking of undergoing this surgery should look for a plastic surgeon with years of experience in rhinoplasty and other cosmetic procedures.
Having Good Genes Will Promise a Much Better Result
Having a board certified plastic surgeon to perform rhinoplasty surgery cannot alone guarantee a good outcome. In addition to great surgical skills, good tissue and favorable healing responses are very necessary for success. Bad genes can ruin even the most skillful rhinoplasty surgery, especially combined with poor skin and weak cartilage. Consult with Sadrian Plastic Surgery before deciding whether or not to go ahead with this surgery.
Having bad genes doesn’t mean you can’t go ahead with rhinoplasty, especially when risks for complication or a need for revision rhinoplasty is reduced if a talented plastic surgeon is on board! Still weighing all your options? Sign up for Sadrian Plastic Surgery’s monthly newsletter and stay in the loop of all things cosmetic surgery!