Suitability for Rhinoplasty ("Nose Job")

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Your Suitability for Nose Reshaping

When considering whether or not you are a suitable candidate for a rhinoplasty, there are a few basic factors to bear in mind. There are two main questions to ask before you look any further into the operation.

Firstly, do you have the right mental attitude? The right mindset for rhinoplasty is to be aware that the operation is designed to correct a defect rather than a way of achieving an image of aesthetic perfection. The surgery is aimed at you personally, rather than being based on an idealised image.

Secondly, are you physically healthy enough? A certain level of physical health and fitness is necessary before a person can undergo any operation, and rhinoplasty is no exception. Being in shape and healthy will also assist in a quick an successful recovery after the operation, helping you feel your best again as quickly as possible post surgery.

Rhinoplasty for You

Although rhinoplasty isn’t for everyone, you are probably the right candidate if you think your nose looks or feels out of place. Perhaps you feel your nose looks disproportionate to the rest or your face, looks too wide or flat, that it has a bump or is crooked, the nostrils look flared, or that the tip either droops or is too thick a enlarged. On the whole if you feel your nose is the reason for any lack of self confidence or self-esteem then rhinoplasty can help you.

Rhinoplasty can also be used to help improve any existing problems with your nose. For example an injury which might have left the nose asymmetrical or a birth defect could be the cause of breathing difficulties, a "Nose Job" could correct this.

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