Usually when people think about getting a nose job, they imagine it’s done solely for cosmetic reasons. Nasal surgery doesn’t just help you look better, but it can also help you breathe better too. This surgery can help address many different issues that can be present in the nose such as a deviated septum or very small nasal cavities. This procedure will make it easier for you to breathe every day.
What Can Rhinoplasty Do For Me?
Rhinoplasty is a popular surgery that many men and women around the world get to help them have a more aesthetically appealing nose. Rhinoplasty helps you get the ideal nose that you believe is perfect for you. It helps boost confidence and help you love how you look even more.
There are many different features of the nose, which provides many reasons as to why someone would want to get Rhinoplasty. Some of these include fixing the bridge of the nose, changing nostril sizes, as well as fixing a deviated septum.
How Will It Help Me Breathe Better?
Nasal surgery can change every feature in your nose as well as alter the bone and cartilage, which can have a huge effect on the way you breathe. While Rhinoplasty is commonly seen as a cosmetic surgery, it is also done to address medical concerns individuals may have.
Every year, men and women around the country suffer from congested airways and nasal passages due to breathing problems. This leads to nosebleeds, colds, snoring, and more. Nasal surgery will help correct these issues. It can help with a deviated septum, adjust nasal cavity sizes and address any other issues that may make breathing more difficult.
It may take up to two to three weeks after nasal surgery to begin to notice a difference in breathing, as you may experience stuffiness and congestion right after surgery. Once the congestion has gone down, you’ll begin to notice improved breathing.
Start Your Journey To Better Breathing Today
At UMASS Memorial Plastic Surgery in Worcester, MA, we pride ourselves in offering the highest quality health care to our patients. Our team of plastic surgeons and other healthcare professionals have the most extensive training in reconstructive and plastic surgery procedures to help you achieve your health goals. Give us a call at 5408-334-5990, or visit us at cosmeticsurgicenter.com to schedule an appointment.