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Information About Nose Procedures

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Rhinoplasty, also called nose reshaping surgery, alters the size, width, shape, profile, angles, and more to achieve symmetry and facial balance.

Secondary rhinoplasty is any nose procedure after the original rhinoplasty that is usually performed to correct or complete the first surgery.

Ethnic rhinoplasty reshapes the nose while keeping the unique traits of the patient’s ethnic background for better function and overall appearance.

Nose bone repair surgery is used to realign and reshape the bones if the patient is not able to have their nose fracture manually realigned and set.

A septoplasty is often performed to correct a displaced septum (the bone and cartilage dividing the nostrils) to improve the patient’s breathing.

The turbinates are bone and soft tissue in the wall of the nose that may become enlarged and require turbinate reduction surgery to improve breathing.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.