When the size or shape of your nose makes you uncomfortable, it can have a huge effect on your physical appearance and self-confidence. Rhinoplasty will relieve your discomfort by redefining your nose and correct the associated health problems. A Rhinoplasty remains one of the plastic surgery procedures most commonly performed for men and women alike. But nose reshaping, as common as it may be, is not for everyone. If you’re considering getting a job with your nose, there are a few attributes that might make you a successful candidate.
Unhappy With Your Facial Symmetry
Sure, a rhinoplasty can give patients who wish to strengthen their nasal structure significant medical benefits, but nose surgery can also be an ideal choice for patients who are dissatisfied with the aesthetic appearance of their noses.
Our noses define our face so feeling self-conscious about bumps or ridges that look strange is natural. Bridge, nasal tip, nose outline, and nostril shape may be modified by a rhinoplasty to provide either subtle contouring or cosmetic redesign, depending on your needs.
You Have Breathing Problems
Breathing issues are one of the biggest reasons for performing rhinoplasty. If they are caused by irregular nasal structure development at birth or by accidents that block the airways, rhinoplasty will also clear up these issues and bring you back to normal breathing.
You Have Stopped Growing
While Rhinoplasty is a widely sought-after treatment for teenagers struggling with self-confidence issues, most doctors advise patients to wait until they mature until the procedure is completed. During teenage years, facial anatomy and symmetry change all the time and usually the best results are found after facial growth is over.
You Have Realistic Expectations
It is important that your expectations are kept real. Expecting a flawless nose would probably leave you disappointed with the outcome, no matter how well the rhinoplasty has been done.
For more information contact Ear, Nose & Throat of Fairfield today at 203-259-4700.