We have all seen before and after photos of celebrities who have gone under the knife to reshape their noses. While few of them may not have turned out well, many have gone from ‘ugh’ to ‘wow’! Just take a look at Jennifer Aniston’s nose. Not only did plastic surgery improve the appearance of her Greek-looking nose, she had undergone rhinoplasty for medical reasons as well.
Yup, getting a nose job is not just for aesthetic purposes. It provides a lot of other benefits you may not have known yet.
Rhinoplasty helps you breathe easily.
Breathing problems can be pretty scary, yet it is a relief to know that the problem is only caused by a physical defect in your nose than something that needs a complicated surgery. A deviated septum, for instance, is a condition that can be addressed by a good rhinoplasty.
Rhinoplasty can help you sleep better.
Due to breathing problems, individuals may suffer from sleeping problems. A common example is sleep apnea. A sleep condition can affect the patency of an individual’s airways. When left untreated, it could lead to the blocking or closing up of a person’s airflow. Various treatments can be done at home, yet a corrective or revision rhinoplasty can help treat much of the problem.
Rhinoplasty will make you feel great!
Aside from the medical benefits it provides, one of the main purposes of rhinoplasty is to improve the appearance of the nose. If you have been bothered and depressed about how your nose looks like, nose surgery can eliminate that negative feeling and replace it with a more comfortable and confident one!
Nose Surgery (Rhinoplasty) in Boston, MA
Don’t be afraid of a nose job! Dr. Russo will explain the procedure in detail to you. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Russo today by calling us at 617-964-1440! We look forward to hearing from you.
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