Rhinoplasty is a procedure that has become increasingly popular in recent years, and now more affordable than ever. The surgery involves making surgical corrections to the nose, and is done for mainly aesthetic reasons.
Rhinoplasty is also known as nose reshaping, and it improves the shape and proportions of your nose. More specifically, it can improve the nose in relation to full facial balance. The nose bridge size, or the width across the nostrils is also a very common modification. Many people opt to get rhinoplasty surgery because of a nasal tip that has a noticeable hook, droop, curve, or bulbous appearance. Nasal asymmetry or other noticeable features are always common reasons to get the surgery.
However, rhinoplasty is not always done for purely cosmetic purposes. Although that is the most common reason people get it, there are also legitimate medical reasons. The most common is a deviated naval septum, which can impede airflow in the nose. In order to correct this, the patient has to get rhinoplasty surgery to align the septum and allow for proper airflow.
The main point of rhinoplasty, when it is done well, is it looks completely natural. To an unsuspecting outsider, it appears like a perfectly normal nose. Above I have shared a video of a digital demonstration of how the surgery is performed, and what exactly is done to achieve the changes.