Are you considering nose surgery?
As with any form of plastic surgery it can be a daunting thought, especially if it’s something you’ve never done before.
However, if you snore consistently, find it difficult to breath, or feel genuinely uncomfortable with your nose in public places, you may feel like there’s no other option.
Cosmetic facial procedures can improve symmetry, unblock sinuses and have a profound effect on your confidence, so even if the lead up to surgery has you quaking in your boots… the results will leave you as happy as Larry.
There’s a reason there is such a high market demand for products that help people breathe better, but it can be a little expensive over time.
Nasal strips and other ‘new-fangled’ inventions are great, but paying a one-off cost for surgery will mean a) your bank balance looks a lot healthier, and b) you’ll be able to breathe easier without worrying about waking your partner up through the night.
The most common type of procedure to help patients breathe easier is septoplasty. Most people have at least heard of a deviated septum, but many don’t even realise they have one.
This means they are unaware how much better their breathing could be if they had corrective surgery.
One of the most popular options out there now is Rhinoplasty.
This procedure can include:
· The lifting of a droopy nasal tip
· Improvement of a flat nose or low nasal bridge
· Smoothing and counterbalancing of nasal twist
· Reduction and smoothing of a humped nose
· Correction of a broken nose caused by sports injuries or road accidents
· And reduction of nostril size
For more information on rhinoplasty, you can book an appointment with one of our consultants here.
Rhinoplasty will also make you sleep better.
Research suggests that at least 1 third of adult males suffer with sleep issues related to breathing problems. Some of these issues can be as severe as sleep apnea.
This can cause people’s airways to be blocked or closed and can lead to various health problems. There are methods of treatment these sufferers may use at home, but in some cases, revision or corrective rhinoplasty may be the best alternative.
By working with a trained and certified plastic surgeon, you can have your nasal passageways ‘redesigned’ to help alleviate many of the breathing issues which cause sleep deprivation.
Our surgeons don’t just work their way through the procedure, they will sit with you prior to surgery and discuss exactly what you want and how you want it.
What is the main issue? How do you want it to look? How long have you been having problems?
We’ll leave no stone un-turned when it comes to satisfying your every need, meaning you’ll feel safe in the knowledge your case is being handled with ultimate professionalism.
You’ll also feel confident in social occasions, at night while asleep and during other daily activities which may have been hard to get through previously.
For further information on Rhinoplasty, visit our website