Rhinoplasty Surgery or Nose Job
If you want to perfect your nasal profile and be confident from every angle then a Rhinoplasty will be the solution. A Rhinoplasty will give you the nose that you always wanted and restore your confidence.
The nose is the focal point of the face. The structures of the nose are in close relationship with the chin and the eyes, making the nose an important facial characteristic. When the nose is too big or too small, has an unruly bump, or lacks definition, it can often disrupt the entire facial harmony. Those who are unsatisfied with their nasal appearance may be considering plastic surgery to reshape the nasal structure. Rhinoplasty is a common procedure performed to correct the cosmetic concerns of the nose.
What can be achieved?
Improved Nasal Contours
Rhinoplasty is performed to reshape and resize the nose to create a smoother, more defined nasal structure. Whether a patient wants a smaller nose, to correct a crooked septum, or to remove a dorsal hump, Dr Zoumaras will employ a customised procedure for each patient. Patients can expect a better-sculpted nose with a beautifully defined nasal profile.
Better Facial Symmetry
Since the nose resides in the middle of the face, it isn’t surprising that it affects the entire facial appearance. Dr Zoumaras can make small changes to the nose by addressing the nasal tip, nasal dorsum, and bone/septum. Once the nose is structured into the desired shape, many patients will notice how small alterations to the face can create better facial symmetry.
Many people may not feel confident showing off their face, especially taking pictures, when they are unhappy with the appearance of their nose. After the appropriate corrections are made, patients will be excited about the transformation made to their entire facial appearance. They can happily smile in pictures knowing they have a nose that doesn’t stand out but rather blends in with the rest of the face.
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You will feel:
Rhinoplasty Surgery Procedures
Shape NoseOur Shape Rhinoplasty procedure reduces the size of your dorsal hump (side of the nose) to shape your profile and give you confidence in your new look.
Profile NoseOur Profile Nose Rhinoplasty shapes the dorsum as well as refines your tip to uncover a nose that you know you had.
Total NoseOur Total Nose Rhinoplasty will shape the dorsum, refine the tip, reduce bulbosity and increase or decrease the tip projection to give you the nose that you always wanted.
Total Nose PlusOur Total Nose Plus Rhinoplasty is reserved for those patients that have had a Rhinoplasty and require revision (Secondary or Tertiary Rhinoplasty) or need a reconstructive Rhinoplasty. These patients need cartilage grafting often from the rib and the surgery is a little longer so we can restore the pleasing features of your nose.
Rhinoplasty Surgery or Nose Job Technique
- A small incision is made across the columella between the nostrils.
- The nose is fully open, allowing for better visualization of the nasal structures.
- This technique is used when an extensive alteration, such as significant nasal tip work, is required.
- An open approach is utilised for extensive nasal work and revision surgery.
- An internal incision is made inside the nose.
- There is no external skin incision needed, so any scarring is completely concealed.
- Through the incisions, the structures of the nose can be reshaped and resized to achieve the patient’s desired outcome.
- A closed incision is an option when only the dorsum needs to be addressed.
- Asian noses are inherently smaller with less projection.
- During Asian rhinoplasty, the nose is generally made larger to achieve aesthetic balance with the rest of the facial features.
- The dorsal surface is augmented, and cartilage or implants are used to augment the nasal appearance.
A revision or secondary rhinoplasty is surgery on the nose after a primary rhinoplasty. Rhinoplasty is delicate surgery on the tiny structures that make up the nose, and sometimes revision surgery needs to take place to further refine the tip and dorsum and assist with the functional side of breathing. This can occur more commonly with rhinoplasty surgery, as the primary surgeon often does less to the nose because even slight changes can have a significant impact.
A splint (internal and external) may be placed over and/or inside the nose to hold the nasal structures in place for proper healing for seven to 10 days. Patients should limit their activity, avoid touching the nose, and keep the head elevated. Nasal packing may also be used for additional support. There will be some swelling and bruising, the face may be puffy, and the eyes may be swollen. Cold compresses can be used to minimise swelling and reduce pain. Patients should refrain from strenuous activities for several weeks or until the doctor has cleared them.
Open rhinoplasty does result in some scarring, but many patients will notice it is minimal and will become less noticeable over time, if visible at all. Closed rhinoplasty scars will not be visible at all since they are concealed within the nose.
Dr Zoumaras is a highly experienced plastic surgeon and customises every procedure to the individual patient. The cost of surgery will depend on the technique employed, anaesthesia and operating costs, and the extent of the surgery.
Minimal pain and discomfort are normal following surgery. Patients should expect some soreness from the swelling and bruising at the surgical site. Pain can be managed with prescribed medication.
Rhinoplasty is commonly combined with other procedures such as eyelid surgery, facelift surgery, and chin implants for overall facial rejuvenation.
As with any surgery, there are some risks involved with rhinoplasty. Some potential complications include:
- Difficulty breathing
- Poor wound healing
- Skin discoloration
Rhinoplasty is surgery. Patients should be prepared knowing that results are not immediate. The recovery process following surgery can take up to one year before all residual swelling subsides. However, once full results are achieved, patients can expect to enjoy their results for many years.
No; after surgery, you will be able to return home. It is important that you have a designated person to drive you to and from hospital and care for you for a few days after your surgery. In some cases, you may need to remain in hospital for one night.
Patients who are unsatisfied with the appearance of their nose may be ideal candidates for rhinoplasty. It is important that patients are in good health, do not have any serious medical conditions or illnesses, and have realistic expectations.