Primary Rhinoplasty is one of the most popular surgical procedures in the United Kingdom. Primary Rhinoplasty is used to refer to a first-time nose job, (while Secondary Rhinoplasty refers to a revision/corrective procedure). It is performed to resize and reshape the nasal structure, so it fits in harmoniously with your other features and it compliments them, while achieving a more attractive facial appearance.
Reasons for a Primary Rhinoplasty
There are infinite reasons why women and men of all ages decide to undergo primary rhinoplasty. Some of the most common ones include:
A nasal bridge with a bump or a hump.
A nose that isn’t in harmony with the rest of the face by being either too small or too large.
An exceptionally wide nose
A drooping nasal tip or a protruding, excessively large, bulbous.
Pinched or flared nostrils.
An asymmetrical or crooked nasal structure.