The benefits of nose surgery highlighted
Online PR News – 11-October-2012 –"The nose is one of the most defining features of your face. That’s why it’s important for it to look good," says an online cosmetic surgery website.
According to Cosmetic Surgery Guru – which gives a unique insight into a wide range of surgical and non-surgical procedures – nose surgery can revitalise someone's appearance, as well give confidence and is great procedure for both men and women.
Isabella Franklin, a spokeswoman for the site said: “Many people dislike their nose and feel self-conscious and unattractive as a result. Luckily, nose surgery is available at many clinics across the UK and can help get rid of lumps, bumps and other imperfections.”
She continued: “Procedures vary from person-to-person, but each patient should attend a pre-surgery consultation to discuss their wants, tastes and needs. A highly-trained surgeon will explain the different types of surgeries available and will come up with the best plan of action”.
While rhinoplasty a full nose correction involving the bridge, nose tip and nostrils – is arguable the most known type of operation in the cosmetic surgery world, there are other procedures to choose from. Septorhinoplasty, for instance, offers the same as a rhinoplasty, but also includes an alteration to the internal septum and a rhinotip involves a tip correction and nostril adjustment.
Whether it is for an aesthetic or medical preference, there’s sure to be an option which suits you the best, so speak to a medical professional in advance. Be aware that surgeon in the UK should be registered with the General Medical Council and must hold a license to practice with Britain’s medical governing body – so always check the qualifications of your surgeon.
If plastic surgery of any kind is something that you are considering, Cosmetic Surgery Guru advises people to contact a reputable clinic.
Cosmetic Surgery Guru is an online cosmetic resource of advice and information to aid people in making decisions when it comes to having surgical and non-surgical procedures.