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Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty LondonA Rhinoplasty commonly known as a Nose Job, can dramatically alter the look of the face by surgically changing the shape of the nose.

Rhinoplasty

Along with breast enlargements, a nose job is still one of the most requested procedures. Your nose is one of the first features people notice about you and it is hard to be completely confident in your looks if you are worried about its appearance. Nose reshaping or Rhinoplasty can help to reshape and resize your nose, the results of which can dramatically change the appearance of your face. The exact details of the procedure will be different for each person but generally the nose will have surgical incisions made either side of it or in the nostril creases. If you are opting to change the bone structure then the surgery will be performed entirely on the inside of your nose. There is no visible scarring* with either option.

*Please In terms of results and expectations, there are numerous variables with every patient, each surgery and every recovery and healing period.

Revision Rhinoplasty

Surgery going wrong can have devastating effects on the patient. When a nose job hasn’t turned out the way a patient had hoped, they often seek out a practice that can help them fix the problem. Not all surgeries are able to correct previous Rhinoplasty and revisions Rhinoplasty cannot take place until at least six months after the original surgery.  Revision Rhinoplasty can be more complicated than the original surgery, especially if the outcome has resulted in breathing difficulties or if too much of the bone has been removed.

Read more about the procedure here.

Septoplasty

The nasal septum is the partition that runs down the centre of the nose and separates the nostrils. The septum should be straight and upright but sometimes it is bent over slightly inside your nose. If you are prone to headaches or feel that your nose is continually blocked then you may be suffering from sinus problems and have breathing difficulties. A Septoplasty can help you breathe more easily, reduce sinus inflammation and reduce snoring as well as help with any pain that the deviated septum could be causing. The Septoplasty procedure will not change the shape of your nose*.

Read more about the procedure here.

* In some occasions some the bridge may appear straighter. Any other aesthetic changes you wish to achieve such as changes to your nasal tip will require a Septorhinoplasty.

Septorhinoplasty

A Septorhinoplasty is a procedure that both corrects the deviated septum and also reshapes your nose. This can be essential to patients who find that the shape of their nose is affecting their breathing. Unlike a Rhinoplasty, the Septorhinoplasty not only improves the appearance of your nose, but can also improve your breathing and alleviate snoring.

Read more about the procedure here.

Non-Surgical Nose Job

The non-surgical nose job is a treatment that can soften the contours and angle of your nose without the need for invasive surgery. Using a dermal filler (Radiesse) the treatment consists of a series of injections. The procedure is ideal for people who are looking to tweak certain parts of their nose rather than completely reshape it, the results last up to 12 months.

Read more about the procedure here.

Please note that in terms of results and expectations, there are numerous variables with every patient. Each person will react uniquely to each procedure and hence each recovery and healing period may vary. The information on this page is an estimation based on the many procedures we have performed before.

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