Nose Correction

Nose Correction (also known as rhinoplasty) is a common cosmetic surgery on the nose to change its shape or improve its function.

It is performed internally so that no visible scars result.

It may be done to repair deformities from an injury, correct a birth defect or improve some breathing difficulties.

The upper portion of the structure of the nose is bone, and the lower portion is cartilage.

The nasal cartilages are pared and reshaped and sometimes bone is chiselled away.

Some examples of this procedure are:

Nasal Septoplasty to straighten a deviated nasal septum, the internal wall that separates the two nasal cavities.

Inferior Turbinate reduction to address membrane-covered bony structures within the nose that can become enlarged due to allergies or sinus problems.

Nasal Valve Repair to strengthen or enlarge abnormally narrow places within the nose.

Cartilage Grafts to strengthen and support the nose during rhinoplasty or nasal airway surgery.

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