Nowadays, nose surgery is becoming more and more popular. Nose surgery is professionally called rhinoplasty and is considered as one of the most common surgeries when it comes to plastic surgery. This procedure is generally performed to change certain characteristics of the nose, such as size, position, and shape, for a variety of reasons. Rhinoplasty is an ideal choice for all people who have breathing problems, birth defects, or nose injuries. The vast majority of people decide on this step due to personal dissatisfaction with the appearance of this organ.

According to the experience of Robert Kotler MD, nasal surgery belongs to the group of more demanding procedures because it requires huge precision, and expertise when performing the operation. It is understandable. The results should be beyond the one you expected. If plastic surgery is your choice, think carefully about to whom you will give your trust. Price should never be a determining factor because nose correction will affect the overall beauty and appearance of your face. Inform yourself well about everything before you decide on this step!

Thinking about rhinoplasty?

Corrective rhinoplasty belongs to a group of procedures that can affect the appearance of the nose. This plastic surgery is performed for both medical and aesthetic purposes to improve nose function or change shape or size. People who have nasal deviation or breathing problems may opt for this procedure to reduce the nose or get rid of the deviation and make breathing easier for themselves. This method involves in most cases total anesthesia and incisions are made inside the nostrils, so there are no scars. The operation time lasts from 45 minutes to 2 hours, depending on the complexity of the procedure.

Nose surgery (reduction) or some other form of correction can be done in parallel with other procedures such as eyelid surgery, liposuction of the neck, or breast augmentation.

Non-surgical rhinoplasty

Although nose plastic surgery is a more popular method, correction with hyaluronic fillers provides equally good results to correct imperfections, but non invasively. This method does not involve incisions, but when it is performed by Robert Kotler MD, with the help of injections given at a specific place through which hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers are introduced, results are unbelievable. Correction of the nose with hyaluronic fillers can “camouflage” humps and nasal depressions, and it is also possible to raise the tip of the nose.