Do you have a big nose and a bump on the bridge of the nose? Is your nasal tip droopy or do you have a bulbous tip? Your nostrils are big? If these or any other flaws have reduced your self-confidence, then you are a prime candidate for rhinoplasty or nose reshaping surgery.
you have breathing problems
People with breathing problems or faults due to accidents or birth defects are also probable nose job candidates. People with obstructed nasal airways or narrow nasal passages can also benefit from re nose surgery. Rhinoplasty can also correct a broken nose which is partially coverable by insurances. However, aesthetic rhinoplasty will not be covered by any insurance companies.
Examining the internal structure of the nose by endoscope
You are in proper age
Rhinoplasty should be performed after a person’s growth and development is completed. Proper age for gentlemen is 18 and 16 for lady girls. There is no maximum age when considering rhinoplasty, however it should be considered that the skin loses elasticity as we age and does not recover as easily as when we are young.
You do not have healing problems
If you are prone to scarring or forming keloid, rhinoplasty may not be right for you. If you have a family history of thrombosis or bleeding disorders, then rhinoplasty is not advised for you.
The best candidates for rhinoplasty are individuals who are in good general health condition, understand the
risks associated with surgery, and have realistic expectations regarding the
To put it very briefly, rhinoplasty is right only for people who need it. People with aesthetic or functional deformity of the nose. People with twisted and deviated nose, girls and boys who have big bump on the nose, who are ridiculed by the friends, individuals who are lacking self-confidence due to the shape of the nose. Their social life has been impacted as a result of misshaped nose. On the contrary, people with normal nose and with minor esthetic problems are note advised to perform rhinoplasty.