Rhinoplasty: what to expect in your procedure
Nose reshaping can either reduce the size of the nose (reduction rhinoplasty), or increase it (augmentation rhinoplasty).
The operation can be performed from inside the nostrils, referred to as a closed rhinoplasty, or by making a small cut on the nose and elevating the skin, known as an open rhinoplasty.
Below, we explain how both reduction rhinoplasty and augmentation rhinoplasty work, and what you can expect during your procedure - from start to finish.
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