In reality, there are many reasons for rhinoplasty surgery. Generally speaking, most procedures are done to either improve appearance by altering the shape or changing the size of the nose or to alleviate an issue caused by a structural abnormality or injury.
Nose surgery increases the level of confidence which translates to stronger job performance
1.Confidence – improving confidence is the number one motivator for a nose job.
2.Improve breathing – individuals with long-term, even congenital breathing issues, are often astounded at the difference rhinoplasty can make for them.
3.Fix broken nose – whether from falling, an accident or a fight, the resulting nasal deformity can negatively affect appearance and function, as well as induce pain.
4.Sinus problems – constantly feeling congested, difficulty breathing and severe headaches are all related to sinus issues which can be alleviated through nose surgery.
5.Revision rhinoplasty – sometimes surgical outcomes are not what we hoped for and a second or revision procedure is necessary.
6.Correct birth defects – lumps, masses, clefts, underdevelopment, etc. Nowhere is the life-changing potential of rhinoplasty more dramatic than in the correction of birth defects.
7.Restore facial symmetry – a wide variety of issues can be addressed, such as a misshapen or crooked nose or a bulbous tip to the nose.
8.Snoring – the disruption created by snoring is often treated as a joke but is actually quite serious and contributes to poor sleep quality as well as significant relationship problems.
9.Career – nose surgery increases the level of confidence which translates to stronger job performance. Plus, all fairness aside, appraisal reviews and promotions often correspond to younger and attractive appearance.