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Reasons You May Need to Have Rhinoplasty
If you are unhappy with the way your nose looks, you may be searching for options to correct the problem. Rhinoplasty is a common cosmetic procedure that is performed to correct and adjust the shape and look of your nose. Although many people choose to have rhinoplasty completed for cosmetic reasons, there are medical reasons for the procedure as well. Below, we will go over some reasons why you may want or need to have rhinoplasty performed.
1. Injury to the Nose
If you have been in an accident or trauma has occurred to your nose or the bridge of your nose, you may be unhappy with the damage that has been done. Rhinoplasty can help restore the look of your nose and return it to its normal look. Patients who have the procedure performed shortly after the trauma or accident has occurred have good results.
2. Self-Esteem Issues
Many men and women are self-conscious about the way their nose looks. If your nose is too large, too small, too thin, or too wide, you may feel like people are constantly staring at it or noticing it. Rhinoplasty can help you fall in love with your nose again and you will receive a boost of self-confidence.
There are different types of rhinoplasty procedures that can be performed to correct any issues that you may have with your nose. In fact, you can typically see three-dimensional images of what your nose will look like after the surgery and this will help you determine whether or not the surgery is a good move to make.
3. You Have a Deviated Septum
If you have a deviated septum, you may struggle when it comes to breathing and you may suffer from frequent sinus infections and other sinus problems. These problems can become a hindrance and you may lose some quality of life as you struggle with infections all of the time. A deviated septum can be adjusted through rhinoplasty and the end result will prevent further sinus problems from occurring.
One thing to keep in mind is that this surgery cannot be completed until the patient is 18 because the septum will continue to grow up until this point. Rhinoplasty prior to the age of 18 to correct a deviated septum may not be successful.
4. You Cannot Breathe Correctly
If you have trouble breathing, rhinoplasty can help fix that problem. In fact, the surgery will open up your nasal passages to prevent further trouble. Many people who have trouble breathing are also chronic snorers. One of the best things about rhinoplasty to correct trouble breathing is that it is considered a medical procedure and most insurance companies will cover it.
If you are interested in learning more about rhinoplasty or you want to know if you would make a good candidate for the procedure, call Dr. Cory Torgerson today. He specializes in all types of rhinoplasty procedures and can help you love your nose once again.