There are millions of people who live with disfigurement inside or outside their noses. People undergo rhinoplasty procedures because of certain reasons but is rhinoplasty worth it? Are rhinoplasty procedures performed because of aesthetic reasons only? Let’s take a look.
A rhinoplasty procedure is actually more than most people know. Most people think that it’s performed to shape the nose’s appearance. The reconstruction of the nose’s appearance is not the only field of rhinoplasty. People may have breathing problems associated with disfigurements inside the nose. Some people may not breathe via both of their nostrils. The number of cases with such problems is very high.
Rhinoplasty can fix most of the breathing problems caused by the complicated inner structure of the nose. Rhinoplasty procedures can be performed in both clinics and hospitals. However, rhinoplasty can sometimes be seen as a kind of art by some surgeons.
People already know how a small component of the body like a nose can change the appearance of a person with the slightest change. There are millions of different nose types. People used to undergo rhinoplasty procedures mostly because their noses were:
- Too big and does not fit the size of the face
- Too shapeless, not smooth
- Have hump, or humps
As you can see, all of the main reasons for rhinoplasty were mostly problem-solve-related. However, the number of people who want to undergo rhinoplasty procedures because of other people’s influence over them has been greatly increasing.
For example, Tom Cruise has a nice nose and it has happened in the past that people underwent rhinoplasty procedures just to get a nose like his. There are numerous actors who secretly underwent rhinoplasty procedures even during their T.V. shows were still being broadcasted. People did notice the changes in their faces on different episodes.