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As a highly specialised Ear Nose & Surgeon, I have seen many patients who come to me seeking solutions to their breathing problems and the appearance of their nose. One of the most common procedures I perform is rhinoplasty, or nose reshaping surgery. In this blog post, I want to share with you some information about this procedure, including what it involves, who can benefit from it, and some examples of successful patient treatments.

Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that aims to reshape the nose by modifying the bone, cartilage, and soft tissues. This procedure can be done for cosmetic reasons to improve the appearance of the nose or for medical reasons to correct breathing problems. Some patients may even require rhinoplasty for both reasons.

One of the common reasons patients come to me for rhinoplasty is because they have a deviated septum, which can cause breathing problems. A deviated septum occurs when the cartilage that separates the nostrils is crooked, making it difficult for air to flow freely through the nose. In these cases, rhinoplasty can be performed to straighten the septum, allowing air to flow more easily and improving breathing.

Another reason patients seek rhinoplasty is for cosmetic purposes. Some patients may feel self-conscious about the appearance of their nose, whether it is due to a bump on the bridge of the nose, a wide or droopy tip, or asymmetry. Rhinoplasty can help to address these concerns and improve the overall balance and harmony of the face.

One example of a successful rhinoplasty procedure I performed was for a patient who had a very prominent bump on the bridge of their nose. This made them feel self-conscious and unhappy with their appearance. During the procedure, I carefully reshaped the bone and cartilage of the nose to create a more harmonious profile. The patient was thrilled with the results and reported a significant boost in their confidence and self-esteem.

Another patient who underwent rhinoplasty was suffering from a deviated septum, which was causing breathing difficulties. During the surgery, I straightened the septum and corrected the alignment of the nose, allowing the patient to breathe more easily and sleep better at night. They reported feeling more energized and less fatigued during the day as a result of the improved breathing.

If you are considering rhinoplasty, it is important to choose an experienced and skilled surgeon who can understand your unique needs and goals. As a highly specialized Ear Nose & Surgeon, I have years of experience in performing successful rhinoplasty procedures. I work closely with each patient to develop a personalized treatment plan that addresses their specific concerns and goals.

In conclusion, rhinoplasty is a safe and effective surgical procedure that can be done for both medical and cosmetic reasons. Whether you are struggling with breathing problems or want to improve the appearance of your nose, rhinoplasty can help. If you are considering this procedure, I encourage you to schedule a consultation with me to discuss your options and determine if rhinoplasty is right for you.

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