Noses, like people, come in all shapes and sizes and because they protrude out from the face, they can also tend to be an unfortunate target for moving objects. Some people may have trouble breathing due to structural abnormalities in the nose. Whether for reasons aesthetic, restorative, or corrective, Rhinoplasty, or nose surgery, can be a great tool in resolving them.

Rhinoplasty is one of the most common plastic surgeries, in fact, it’s rather of amazing, if you google search “Celebrity Nose Jobs,” there’s a seemingly endless supply of Before and After photos; famous faces you’d never known had gone under the knife and faces you wouldn’t even recognize in the Before. If you are unhappy with the shape, size or function of your nose, you may be a good candidate for Rhinoplasty.

The first step in any procedure, though, is to evaluate your reasons. Make sure you are doing it for you and no one else. Also, you want to make sure you aren’t setting an unrealistic goal for yourself. Once you have done this, you’ll want to schedule a consultation with a qualified, board certified plastic surgeon to discuss your options. It never hurts to bring in a picture that illustrates what you are looking for.