Rhinoplasty is one of the many plastic surgeries in the world that is popular that involves changing the shape of the nose. It is performed as per the needs of the patient along with the realistic expectations. Rhinoplasty exists for patients to achieve better breathing or improved appearance of the nose or both.
Your medical healthcare professional should plan this surgery considering but not limited to:
- Facial Features;
- The Nose Skin;
- Patient’s realistic expectations;
- Patient’s needs…
Also, keep in mind that the operation can take place as an open or closed one. For your information, closed rhinoplasty can be beneficial for you in terms of your recovery period. However, after the pre-op consultations the operation can be performed as an open one. You should be able to trust your medical professional to make the best course of action for you.
Important Note: In some cases, rhinoplasty not covered by the insurance. However, in other cases it maybe covered by the insurance. Speak with your insurance company to get more accurate and complete information on the same.
What causes Rhinoplasty Surgery?
As in major plastic surgeries, rhinoplasty performed to achieve a better outlook or to restore the functionality of the nose. This functionality can be lost due to an accident. In order to get nose surgery you should have a suitability as well as the cause. If your rhinoplasty request’ cause is only cosmetic related and if you are not suitable, you can be rejected. Or you can be requested to plan for your operation in the future.
Below, you will see some of the changes that the operation has but not only limited to:
- Reshaping of the tip;
- Narrowing of the nostrils;
- A change in angle and size;
- Straightening of the bridge.