pat13Why live with something you do not like if you can have it changed ? The nose, as everyone knows, plays an important role in one’s overall appearance. How you look often defines your personality and personal relationships. It affects even your career and financial prospects.

In fact, how you look is the first thing that people notice the first time they see you. And those first impressions stick no matter how many times you’ve changed your looks down the road. For ages, people have been obsessed about the ideal shape for their nose. Fortunately this has become less of an issue, thanks to rhinoplasty.

Rhinoplasty, or nose surgery, is a set of popular procedures used to either correct nose related health problems or to reshape the nose for cosmetic reasons. Now you can get your nose to your ideal shape with a very simple surgery. It can correct brith defects or help to relieve some breathing problems. It can reduce or increase in size of the nose, change the shape of the tip or the bridge, narrow the span of the nostrils, or change the angle between your nose and your upper lip. The best candidates are those looking for improvement, not perfection, Rhinosplasty can enhance your appearance and self-image, but it will not make you look like a movie star.pat10

Those that are physically healthy, psychologically stable, and have realistic expectations make the best candidates. Age can also be a consideration. There are many different types of rhinoplasty. It is regarded as a must if you are an entertainer. Almost 65 percent of actors and actress in Hollywood have had rhinosplasty in order to improve their on-screen appearance. If you are not satisfied with the shape of your nose then it is time for you to get in touch with a local surgeon and then discuss him with the kind of treatment you need for your nose. In fact, you might not even need a surgery. There are other procedures that can give you the desire results without need for incision.

pat9COSMETIC SURGERY The Nose Job Rhinoplasty or reconstructive nose surgery was first developed in ancient India by the Ayurvedic physician Sushruta around 800 BC. Sushruta and his medical students developed and applied plastic surgical techniques for reconstructing noses that were amputated as religious, criminal, or military punishment. Non-surgical rhinoplasty was pioneered by Dr. Andrew Tuan-anh Le, an Australian cosmetic surgeon. With the use of soft-tissue fillers, he was able to create an aesthetically proportionate nose for a patient. Cosmetic surgery is elective surgery that is designed to enhance the way you look, not to correct a condition that is affecting your health. If your nasal problem is great enough it may be a good idea to have the surgery but not if you have significant other medical problem. Cosmetic concerns, abnormalities and appearance are real problems.

They are often dismissed as shallow or narcissistic, make individuals unhappy. But why live with something you do not like if you can have it changed? Many patients who underwent cosmetic change had told their doctors they should have had it long before. When rhinoplasty is performed by a qualified plastic surgeon, complications are rare and usually minor. You can further reduce your risks by strictly following the doctor’s instructions. During the initial consultation, the doctor will conduct a nasal history assessment. He or she will try to know what you like or dislike about our nose, about any nasal problems, your general medical history, and if you’ve ever had injuries resulting in an undesirable change in your nose. Next the doctor will analyze the face to determine proper proportions and surgical options. Photos may be taken to assist in the analysis. The doctor will present his or her assessment during the second consultation and answer any questions you may have.



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