Rhinoplasty Improves the Look and Functionality of Your Nose

The nose is one of the main focal points of the face. Because of this, when someone has a nose that is overly large, crooked, or unusual in other ways, it can have a great deal of influence on how they are viewed. In today’s society, where beauty standards are constantly reinforced by high-end magazines and supermodels with perfect noses, we often find it difficult to fit in and feel beautiful.

The way your nose looks can give you self-image issues. You may avoid public events or feel self-conscious talking to a colleague or loved one because you’re too self-conscious about your nose.

That’s where rhinoplasty can help. Rhinoplasty offers benefits that are both functional and cosmetic, meaning the procedure can be used to reshape your nose or correct a medical problem.

Improving One’s Appearance

The most common reason why people come in for a rhinoplasty is to correct an aesthetic problem with their nose. If you have a symmetrical and straight nose, it can add to your level of attractiveness.

There are a wide variety of issues that can affect the appearance of the nose. Nasal problems that can be corrected with rhinoplasty include a nasal hump, wide or narrow nostrils, a wide or narrow nasal bridge, a drooping nasal tip, boxer’s nose, a pollybeak deformity, and a nose that is generally too large or small.

Fixing a Broken Nose

Once your nose is broken, it takes a lot of care for it to heal properly. If you haven’t received that care, your nose can end up looking crooked and misshapen. Since it’s the most prominent part of your face, the nose can get broken quite easily. Accidents, sports injuries, fights, and falls are all things that can cause a break. A rhinoplasty can fix any deformities you might have due to a broken nose that didn’t heal properly.

Improving Your Breathing

Nose jobs are also good options for people who struggle to breathe properly because of the structural issues within their nose. If you have a deviated septum, you’ll find breathing through your nose especially difficult.

The wall between your nasal passages controls the ease with which you take a breath, among other things. If this wall is crooked, your nasal passages become smaller, making it harder for you to breathe. The rhinoplasty can fix that with ease.

If you have a deviated septum, chances are that you’ll also be suffering from constant nose bleeds, as well as sinus infections. You can say goodbye to all these problems with a nose job.

Reducing Snoring

Many couples spend their nights in separate bedrooms because of snoring. A deviated septum might be the cause of your snoring, and this issue can be addressed using rhinoplasty surgery.

Schedule Your Informative Rhinoplasty Consultation

Whether your nasal issues are functional or aesthetic in nature, they can be corrected with a rhinoplasty procedure from Dr. Andres Gantous. Dr. Gantous, an experienced facial plastic surgery specialist, will examine your nose during a consultation and recommend the ideal solution. For a consultation, contact us today.

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