Published on August 26, 2013 by Scott Brenman
It is not uncommon for men and women to be self-conscious about their noses for various reasons. For some people the size may seem too big or too small, there may be bumps or indentations that are especially prominent in a profile, the nostrils may seem to large, uneven or misshaped, the tip of the nose may be too wide, or any number of other issues. Other people may have problems breathing due to functional issues such as deviated septums which require a surgical solution. In many cases, it may even be a combination of functional and cosmetic issues that causes them to seek out help through Philadelphia Rhinoplasty.
Rhinoplasty, more commonly referred to as Nose Surgery or a “Nose Job,” is a procedure in which the plastic surgeon makes either inner or outer incisions to gain access to the cartilage of the nose to be able to remove, re-shape, re-size, or re-build in order to create a more harmonious nose that better flatters the features of your face and/or restores function to the nose.