A nose specialist can help aid those who feel like they can’t breathe throughout the day. While some breathing conditions are tied to allergies or asthma, others might require a rhinoplasty. Only a specialist can help make this assessment, and in this video, Monica Tadros, MD, FACS, helps walk you through the process.
What is a Rhinoplasty?
A rhinoplasty is a type of surgery that helps adjust the structure of the nose, which helps improve breathing. The nose’s structure is mainly made out of bone, with the lower part being cartilage. With the surgery, it will adjust the bone, cartilage, and skin. With improvements, patients find themselves being able to breathe better.
Why You Should Consider a Rinoplasty
Not only does a rhinoplasty help with breathing, but it also assists with the overall shape of your face. Many times, people are born without symmetry. Getting a rhinoplasty can help readjust the shape of your nose and help transform your face. While not everyone needs or wants this, it’s still a benefit of the surgery.
Getting a rhinoplasty isn’t necessary in most cases. However, it can be helpful if you’ve experienced trouble breathing. Aside from that, it can also help with your face’s structure, partial symmetry, and the nose. So, if you’re considering getting a rhinoplasty, you’ll want to see a nose specialist today.