Marc - Rhinoplasty for medical purposes

Can rhinoplasty be performed for medical purposes, in correcting affected nasal structures that cause breathing difficulties? What are the implications of such a correction surgery? 

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Answer for Can rhinoplasty correct nasal breathing issues? from Renew Skin Team
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Rhinoplasty is a plastic surgery procedure performed to reshape a nose and change its structure in the most favorable shape and size. Many people opt for a nose job for their aesthetical needs and even more patients come to Renew Skin & Health Clinic for a rhinoplasty treatment, which reshapes a nose for breathing enhancement.
Rhinoplasty can modify your nose bone and cartilage in order to correct the irregularities that cause chronic congestion and breathing problems. Under local or general anesthesia, the plastic surgeon will make small incisions inside the nose to access the bones and cartilage, depending on what changes you want from a rhinoplasty procedure, he/she will remove bone and cartilage or add tissue. This bone and cartilage removal is actually the process of resizing and reshaping your nose for correcting the imperfections which cause your breathing difficulties.
During a prior consultation, our plastic surgeon or a specialist will give you all the necessary details about the procedure, what it implies, the recovery period and of course, aftercare instructions. All you need to do is contact our Renew Skin & Health Clinic Head Office at 01926 422 454 to book the consultation or nose reshaping surgery and we will take care of the rest.


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