Wide Nose Rhinoplasty

For those that want to narrow wide noses, the process will involve changing the bone structure at the top of the nose and breaking the structure into smaller areas. This is so the surgeon can re-configure the nose’s overall size and position–an osteotomy which involves breaking the upper nasal bones to narrow the nasal bridge).

Wide Nose Rhinoplasty: Bulbous Nose Job

Another option for those wanting to refine wide noses is Tiplasty, which focuses on only reshaping the tip of the nose. This rhinoplasty option is considered for those with wide or bulbous noses. Reducing the size of the nostrils or nasal tip can improve the overall appearance.
Reduction Rhinoplasty
This type of surgery reduces the overall size and volume of the nose, often by reducing the size of the nostrils. It harmonises any irregularities or bumps along the nose’s bridge and dramatically improves the proportions.
Augmentation Rhinoplasty
Augmentation Rhinoplasty alters the nose to improve its shape. By enhancing and defining, we use autogenous tissue or silicone implants to lengthen, re-structure or carve into a preferred shape.
Alar Reduction
Alar Reduction surgery restructures the width and base of the nose and nostrils.
Tip Refinement
Tip refinement surgery redefines the lower third of the nose (lower lateral cartilage) but preserves the rest of the nasal structure. This procedure would be best for those wanting to reduce a larger or more bulbous nasal tip.


Post-Trauma Rhinoplasty

Post-trauma rhinoplasty resolves any previous trauma to the nose when the structure has become damaged or altered. The procedure will involve the surgeon rebuilding and restoring the nose to its original appearance (who can do as much as possible).
Revision Rhinoplasty
This extensive surgery involves correcting the nose for those who have suffered from severe injuries or congenital abnormalities.
This surgery involves reshaping the nose and septum (the cartilage that divides the two nostrils inside the nose). This procedure is best suited for those who experience breathing problems as the results will help to improve their medical condition.
Similar to a Septorhinoplasty, in terms of helping to improve breathing, a septoplasty is purely for medical and cosmetic reasons. This less invasive approach will improve breathing and snoring overall by correcting a deviated septum and improving the nasal passages. If wanting to improve the nose’s appearance, we recommend combining this treatment with another style of rhinoplasty.

Non-Surgical Nose Job Options

A non-surgical nose job, otherwise known as a Non-surgical Rhinoplasty, is fast becoming a popular option for those wanting to alter and change the position and size of their nose.
One of our more popular treatments involves utilising dermal filler to enhance and augment the nose’s position, shape, and size. This can completely transform the projection and side profile for those unhappy with their shape.
It is different from a nose job because the treatment places dermal filler at the core of its technology. However, this makes it a temporary treatment, but rest assured that the results can last anywhere from 9 months to 2 years (this depends on patient to patient).
Types of liquid Rhinoplasty options: Radiesse, Juvederm Voluma and Restylane Lyft).


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