Why You Want a Rhinoplasty: Best Rhinoplasty India

Noses get noticed. How can they not? Because your nose is the central, and often defining characteristic of your face, there are several good reasons you might be considering a rhinoplasty surgery. The most common reasons to undergo this procedure include:

  1. Cosmetics
    Some people are just born with a crooked, bumpy, or otherwise prominent nose. This can lead to feelings of self-consciousness and low self-esteem. Rhinoplasty can reduce, straighten, and smooth out any nose to compliment the face on which it sits. This has the benefit of boosting self confidence as well as overall emotional well being. Some of the most common cosmetic complaints that a patient seeking rhinoplasty states include the following:
  • My nose is too big.
  • My nose is too thick.
  • My nose is too thin.
  • The tip is too pointy.
  • The tip is upturned, or drooping.
  • My nostrils are too wide or flared.
  • There's a bump on the bridge.
  • My nose isn't symmetrical.
  1. Accidents
    Accidents happen, and they have a way of happening to noses. Whether it's from a fall, car crash, or sports injury, rhinoplasty can correct damage to the nose. From an aesthetic perspective, you should have your nose assessed once the swelling from your accident has subsided. That way, you’ll have less of a chance of over-correction.
  2. Breathing issues
    Rhinoplasty can also sometimes be used to help with breathing difficulties. The most common cause of breathing issues is a deviated septum, which can also be referred to as a “nostril collapse.” This often leads to chronic snoring. Rhinoplasty can fix this easily, and in cases like this, is often covered by health insurance.
  3. Sinus problems
    Not only can a deviated septum cause snoring and breathing issues, it can also cause more severe medical concerns. Serious sinus infections and sinusitis, an inflammation of the sinuses, can be caused by a deviated septum. If an issue such as these is discovered, your surgeon will schedule you for a specific type of rhinoplasty, called a septoplasty to address the problem.

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