Rhinoplasty can be performed for cosmetic or restorative purposes to improve the size, shape, and width of the nose, as well as improve breathing.
Primary rhinoplasty is the term used to describe a procedure that reshapes or changes the nose. It is the most common type of rhinoplasty performed.
Preservation rhinoplasty is a conservative surgical approach that alters the shape of the nose while maintaining most of the outer cartilage and bone.
Ultrasonic rhinoplasty uses a high-speed tool to precisely alter the shape and size of the nose while preserving the surrounding areas of tissue.
People can seek out a secondary rhinoplasty after an initial nose surgery if they have issues to correct or would like a change to their appearance.
A septoplasty is a type of rhinoplasty procedure that straightens the cartilage that separates the nostrils to improve breathing and quality of life.
Turbinoplasty reduces the size of inflamed or enlarged turbinates, which helps clear obstructed nasal passages and makes it easier to breathe.
Ethnic rhinoplasty is a nose surgery that creates balanced enhancements while retaining the delicate characteristics of the patient's ethnicity.
Functional rhinoplasty alters the nose structure to relieve nasal obstruction due to a deviated septum, chronic allergies, deformity, or trauma.
Patients may seek reconstructive rhinoplasty to repair cosmetic and functional problems resulting from a traumatic nasal injury or accident.
Cleft rhinoplasty helps create a more even-looking nose with fewer cosmetic and structural issues resulting from cleft lip and palate deformities.
Nasal reconstruction is a highly specialized procedure meant to repair the inner and outer structures of the nose following skin cancer or trauma.
*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.