Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty at Exeter Medical

What is a rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty, commonly known as a nose job, is surgery to reshape your nose.

Being a central feature of your face, your nose influences your overall facial appearance and nose re-shaping and re-sizing is commonly performed for cosmetic reasons. It is also carried out for medical reasons such as a nose injury or breathing problems.

Often patients feel the size of their nose is disproportioned with their facial features. Nose surgery can modify the size, shape and overall appearance of your nose.

Your surgeon can make your nose smaller known as a reduction rhinoplasty, or larger by augmentation rhinoplasty. The size of your nose can be changed from your tip to your bridge including your nostrils. The angle between your nose and top lip can also be altered.

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