It has been said that your nose should compliment your face and not detract from it. But your nose should also help you function rather than hinder you. Are you’re considering undergoing a functional rhinoplasty, or perhaps your doctor has suggested you may benefit from nose reconstruction surgery?
If so, there are several reasons why you might want to consider rhinoplasty surgery.
Through no fault of your own, your nose may have undergone some sort of trauma that has decreased your ability to breathe correctly. Don’t let that accident stop you from living life to the fullest. You can breathe normally again and we can help.
Nasal Birth Defect
Your nasal cavity may be congenitally narrow which has not allowed for proper air flow for your entire life. With a functional rhinoplasty, you’ll breathe like you never have before and the way you should have been able to since the beginning.
As with many things concerning the body, your nose may experience failure as you age. Your nasal cavity or valves may collapse or even experience stenosis. With a functional rhinoplasty, you can stop the aging process in its tracks and breathe just as easily as you did in your younger days.
Benefits of a Functional Rhinoplasty
The primary benefit of rhinoplasty surgery is the simple ability to breathe more naturally with an increased air flow capability. Secondary benefits of the procedure may include things such as straitening of the nose, repairing post-traumatic or congenital deformities, and an overall improved appearance.
With improved breathing and perhaps an improved look, you’ll start to notice other benefits as well. As with any medical procedure, there are risks. So it is suggested to speak with a professional about your situation.
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