ABOUT THE RHINOPLASTY
We define rhinoplasty as a surgical correction of the nose that can be done for aesthetic purposes, but also for the purpose of functionality in people with congenital or acquired deformities of the nasal septum that interfere with breathing. The biggest challenge related to this type of procedure is the fact that just as there are no two people in the world with the same fingerprints, there are no two people with the same nose structure, which requires an individual approach of cosmetic and plastic surgery specialists during each operation.
Furthermore, the nose cannot be viewed as an isolated, unrelated to the rest of the body, or, more precisely, to the rest of the face. it is of the utmost importance to consider the entire structure of someone’s face (eyes, cheeks, mouth, face shape), and according to these parameters carefully determine what the procedure will look like, but also, more importantly, carefully define the patient’s expectations.
The ultimate goal of this operation must be the idea that, given the appearance of the rest of the face, you look like the best possible version of yourself, and not like a copy of something seen on television or Internet.