When considering the operation of cosmetic Rhinoplasty, it is important to understand that the nose is the most visible and projecting part of your body. A systematic preoperative analysis is most important before taking surgical plan of action.
Rhinoplasties must be carefully planned, strategically executed operations. Most surgeons consider this to be the most technically difficult procedure in cosmetic surgery. Minute changes in shape, from convex to straight to concave, are noticeable from many feet away. I use the techniques of the open Rhinoplasty and uses cartilage and other tissue grafts to restore a more normal appearing nose.
Because of the difficulty in Rhinoplasty, preoperative planning is critical for success. Since I believe that ENT surgeons are more capable than the average plastic surgeon at complicated septal problems, hence they should be trained and be able to do Cosmetic Rhinoplasty with septoplasty. It is called functional septorhinoplasty.
Please remember, a good candidate for Rhinoplasty is a patient with a nose which is out of proportion with the rest of the face, in good health, emotionally stable, and with realistic expectations.