Depending on who you talk to, a nose job is either nothing less than fantastic or a little strange. That’s because there is a misconception that it’s purely about physical beauty. Medically known as a rhinoplasty, it’s actually a great solution for a wide range of nasal problems. Cosmetic issues aside, there are also functional and reconstructive things that a rhinoplasty can settle.
It’s More Than Just Making the Nose Look Good
Getting one’s nose reshaped and/or resized is usually associated with being more comfortable and improved looks. However, there’s far more to getting the procedure done than just aesthetics.
Aside from comfort, it also affords a great personal, mental and emotional benefit: it’s fantastic for giving self-confidence in a person a major boost. Yes, nasal functionality gets a huge boost. However, it also does wonders for a person’s aesthetics.
It can be overwhelming to have a nose whose size and/or shape is personally bothersome. Exacerbated by people making comments that aren’t necessarily nice or outright rude, that can be pretty stressful. Surgery can make the shape, size, and even proportion of your nose much more appealing. The face overall gets a boost as a result, as does a person’s self-esteem.
Some of the biggest benefits of rhinoplasty include, but are not limited to:
As previously mentioned, getting a “better” looking nose will go a long way when it comes to a person’s self-confidence. After all, getting a nose job isn’t just some impulsive move. The decision can even take years before a single inquiry is made towards a surgeon. That’s a long time to feel unattractive and insecure!
When the procedure is done by a reputable medical professional, happiness and better confidence will come naturally. Gone are the days of feeling far too self-conscious to properly deal with people.
Snoring just makes it harder to breathe and get a good night’s rest. It’s usually a sign that there’s obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) happening which needs to be addressed. When you have sleep issues like sleep apnea, a simple procedure, such as rhinoplasty, may help. It can be effective for both snoring and sleep apnea and can also improve your mood and lower your risk for health problems.
Less Pressure On the Sinus
When your sinuses are blocked up with mucus, you feel congested, plugged up, and often even sniffle or sneeze. It’s no wonder that drainage is essential to the healthy operation of your sinuses. Sometimes, the septum (the wall in your nose that separates the sinuses) is distorted or tilted, making it difficult for mucus to drain properly. This can cause sinusitis or a chronic allergic reaction. Rhinoplasty can re-orient the septum so that your sinuses drain properly and you breathe better, providing a greater range of comfort.
A nose job is about way more than just looking good physically. It’s about feeling good emotionally and mentally as well. Benefits include emotional advantages like better self-confidence, less pressure on the sinus, and improved sleep.
Are you hoping to get a nose lift, lifestyle lift, and similar procedures for your self-confidence? Contact Dallas Surgical Arts! We have several cosmetic facial plastic surgeries in our list of services, led by Dr. Sanovich.