A large or asymmetrical nose can detract from your natural beauty. Our skilled plastic surgeons can use their artistic skills to create a beautiful, natural, and well-proportioned nose that will enhance your facial harmony and boost your confidence.

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What is Nose Surgery?

The nose is a prominent facial feature, but sometimes its shape or size may not be proportional to your face. Noses can have bulbous tips, humps on the nasal bridge, or large nostrils. Nasal surgery, or rhinoplasty, can correct these and any other issues to improve your facial symmetry and enhance your natural beauty.

During surgery, depending on the goals of your rhinoplasty, cartilage may be removed or grafted. “Nose jobs” can treat many issues with the nose, including:

  • Size
  • Bridge width
  • Nasal tip
  • Nostril size and position
  • Nasal profile
  • Asymmetry
  • Deviated septum

In addition to improving size and shape, rhinoplasty can also improve breathing by correcting a deviated septum.

Our surgeons will examine your nose and will help you decide on the best surgical plan to help you achieve your desired goals. The result will be a beautifully contoured nose, better facial symmetry, and natural results.



What are the Benefits?

After nose surgery with the highly experienced plastic surgeons at Polyclinic Plastic Surgery, you can expect:

  • Improved nose shape
  • Nasal symmetry
  • Harmonized facial features
  • Easier breathing
  • Heightened self-confidence
  • Natural results


Who is the Ideal Candidate?

Patients who are unhappy with the appearance of their nose or who suffer from breathing issues are generally good candidates for nasal surgery. The ideal candidate is in good physical and emotional health and does not suffer from any significant medical issues that may hinder recovery. It is also important for candidates to have realistic expectations for their outcome.



What Can I Expect from Recovery?

Nose surgery requires a temporary splint placed on the nose postoperatively to maintain the new shape of the nose. Some pain, swelling, and bruising are to be expected. You will go home with detailed care instructions to begin the healing process, along with pain medication to limit discomfort.

Your surgeon will continue to provide postoperative care, ensuring proper healing. Swelling can take up to one year to fully subside and reveal final results.


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Frequently Asked Questions

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