Nose surgery is used to finely reshape the nose to restore better proportions and harmony with the other facial features.
Candidates for rhinoplasty perceive their nose to be too big, too long, too large, too narrow or too sagging, and this can cause significant psychological dissatisfaction.
Aesthetic surgery is the most common solution to obtain the desired result. It aims to modify the aesthetics of the nose and obtain the most natural result possible. There is also a temporary, less invasive and less radical form of rhinoplasty, called medical rhinoplasty.
Reshaping the nose is called rhinoplasty. Rhinoplasty is usually performed in patients whose nose is too big in proportion to the face or who suffer from bone hypertrophy or a nasal hump. Many patients also have an enlarged, too wide or drooping nose tip. Aesthetic rhinoplasty can give your nose a smaller and softer appearance that is more proportionate to your face.
There is an alternative to the traditional rhinoplasty, using injections instead of a classical operation. A non-surgical rhinoplasty (sometimes called “medical rhinoplasty” or “liquid rhinoplasty”) is a quick procedure for patients who prefer not to undergo surgery. Non-surgical rhinoplasty involves the use of a hyaluronic acid-type dermal filler.