Rhinoplasty Defined. Rhinoplasty is the surgical altering of the nose either for cosmetic or functional breathing purposes.
Rhinoplasty surgery. Rhinoplasty or the 'nose job' is surgery to improve the shape of the nose for congenital or traumatic deformities or more commonly for an unacceptable cosmetic reason.
Nose+Plastic surgery. Rhinoplasty comes from the greek words "rhinos" meaning nose and "plastos" meaning molded or formed. Plastic surgery of the nose or "rhinoplasty" involves changing the shape of the nose to improve cosmetic appearance and breathing function. Rhinoplasty is also known as a nose job, nose reshaping, and septorhinoplasty when combined with surgery to the septum (see septoplasty).
Rhinoplasty. Rhinoplasty is the surgical alteration of the nose to improve form and/or function.
Aesthetic nose surg. This isms term that typically refers to any cosmetic and/or reconstructive procedure on the nose.
Revision Rhinoplasty. Revision rhinoplasty: this is a rhinoplasty performed on a nose that has been previously operated on. This surgery has a number of challenges associated with it as a previously operated nose can have scar tissue, and tissue limitations. Surgeons performing this surgery must take into account that blood supply can be unpredictable and that previous surgeon's work may have to be undone. Read more...