Common Misconceptions About Nose Jobs  

 

Nose jobs, a.k.a rhinoplasties, are the second most common cosmetic surgery in the world. Despite this, there are many myths and misconceptions about the procedure. If you’re thinking about getting a nose job, first you should know what you can really expect from the procedure and what isn’t true.

Nose jobs are easy to perform

Although it’s one of the more commonly known and asked for cosmetic surgeries, nose job in Sydney or any other city are among the most difficult to perform. This is one of the main reasons why you should choose carefully when deciding on which surgeon in you want to perform your operation. Your nasal passages are very fragile and need to be handled with care. It takes an experienced and skilful surgeon to successfully navigate the nose – which is pretty small – and sculpt or alter it in a natural way. Surgeons also have to be mindful of the fact that the nose will continue to evolve even after the surgery is completed.

Nose jobs are only performed for cosmetic reasons

While of course nose jobs can be performed only for aesthetic reasons, there are also a number of people who receive them to improve the functionality of their nose. Common issues that people have with their noses that can be fixed with certain types of nose jobs include sinus cavity problems and deviated septums. Unless treated, these ailments can make it very difficult for people to breathe through their noses. However, some of these procedures have their own lesser-known names, such as septoplasty for the straightening of deviated septums.

H2: Nose jobs reduce the size of you nose

As any cosmetic surgeon in Sydney will tell you, nose jobs are not only performed in a way that reduces the appearance of your nose. In some cases, your surgeon will recommend an augmentation that includes implants. This is because the balance of your facial features is the key to making a nose job look good – which means decreasing its size isn’t always the right answer. A good example of this is when a patient’s nose bridge is too wide or flat. To improve the overall appearance, a surgeon will need to build on what’s already there rather than take away from it.

H2: You can have whatever shaped nose you want

 

To the dismay of many, this simply isn’t true. Nose jobs are an incredible procedure that can offer people many benefits, but unfortunately they aren’t miracle workers. There are limitations to what surgeons can do and achieve depending on a patient’s bone structure and the soft tissue surrounding their nose. However, this is the reason nose jobs are customisable and unique to the patient. No person’s physical make-up and nose is the same and neither is their nose job. A good surgeon will be able to work with you to create a result that reflects the best possible version of your nose, rather than just copying someone else’s.