Because it is the central facial feature, a crooked or particularly large nose is very conspicuous and often attracts unwanted attention. This can lead to complex problems and psychological burdens for the people affected, who are, often from an early age, constantly reminded of this aesthetic flaw.
Nevertheless, with today’s modern surgery techniques, this encumbering problem can be easily relieved, by creating an ideal nose shape and size.
The official term for nose correction surgery is rhinoplasty.
Surgery is performed from the inner side to avoid leaving any scars. The nose is made up of complex anatomic elements such as bone, skin, nasal septum and nasal mucosa, all of which can be surgically altered.
The corrective nasal surgery is carried out according to the patient’s visions ensuring maintenance of harmony of facial features.