A Rhinoplasty also able to reverse the effects of a deviated septum, which can cause difficulty breathing. A deviated septum can be repaired it its own procedure or as part of a complete rhinoplasty, Functional problems can be also corrected during the rhinoplasty operation. Deviated septal cartilage can be straightened and hypertrophic turbinates can be reduced together with reshaping of the nose.

The doctor may perform either a closed rhinoplasty or open rhinoplasty to achieve the pre-operative goals. By separating the nasal skin and soft tissues from their underlying skeletal support and reshaping the bones and nasal cartilages to creates a functional and facially proportionate nose.


In a “closed” rhinoplasty, all incisions are placed inside the nose. In an “open” rhinoplasty, the doctor cuts immediately underneath the nose in an area called the columella.

After the procedure

Immediately following surgery, expect visible swelling and bruising, which may include black eyes. Many people report feeling congested and have to breathe through their mouths.


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*Disclaimer: The information provided on this site is for general informational purposes only, and does not replace the need for a consultation with a plastic and reconstructive surgeon before undergoing a surgical procedure. Results are not guaranteed and may vary according to health condition, weight, skin type, individual needs and other factors.