Nose correction (Rhinoplasty)

Often patients come to the consultation for the correction of their nose for both aesthetic and functional reasons. The psychological discomfort they experience this can sometimes be big. Most patients complain of aesthetic problems of the back of the nose (dorsum) or of the tip of the nose. Functional problems often manifest themselves in difficult breathing, and snoring that can result in a bad quality of sleep (and sometimes daytime fatigue).

These problems can be addressed by a rhinoplasty. Through a tiny incision that is almost invisible to the problems can be addressed in stages.

This procedure is done under general anaesthesia, takes one to two hours to perform and requires a hospital stay of one night.

During your consultation your surgeon will discuss with you the desired results. He will also discuss with you the possible discomforts and complications.