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NOSE SURGERY (RHINOPLASTY)

The nose is the focal point of the face, and so naturally this facial feature has a large influence on a person’s confidence, beauty and health. Fortunately, the slightest alterations and restructurings can improve the shape and structure of your nose drastically! Rhinoplasty is the name of the surgical procedure used to change the shape and size of your nose, it can be performed as either an open or closed surgery, depending on your surgical plan. Professor Sama is a world-renowned super-specialist in Nasal and Sinus Surgery, and he will be in charge of your nose surgery at our clinic. Find out more about our nose job procedure in Nottingham and London below:

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£3060
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7 days
recovery
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18+
years
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Notts / London
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Rhinoplasty Nottingham

Rhinoplasty can reliably reshape and resize your nose

All procedures carried our at our flagship clinic in Nottingham by leading specialist surgeons

Comprehensive “Lifetime” aftercare

We use some of the best rhinoplasty surgeons in the UK

What are the most common reasons for people wanting Rhinoplasty Surgery (Nose Job in the uk)?

Cosmetic:

• A nose that is too large, too small or crooked can affect the way in which people see themselves and the beautiful symmetry of the face.
• A misshapen nose can occur naturally or as a result of an injury. Professor Sama can re-sculpt the nose by adding or removing some of the cartilage and bone. He can correct wide bridges, nasal humps, drooping tips and a variety of other malformations.
• Nose Reduction – to make the nose smaller by removing some of the cartilage and bone.
• Nose Augmentation – to make the nose larger by taking cartilage from the ears and bone from the hips, elbow or skill and using them to build up the nose (also known as a “graft”)
• Some patients are self-conscious about the size of their nostrils as they can be disproportionate to the size of the nose and appear asymmetrical to each other. Professor Sama can improve the appearance of your Nostrils to provide a cohesive and natural look to the rest of your face.

Medical:

• Many patients seeking Rhinoplasty surgery may suffer with breathing abnormalities associated with poor nose structure or injury.
• The most common structural issue is a crooked nasal septum (the cartilage that separates the nasal passageways.) Also known as a deviated septum which can cause breathing problems that may lead to snoring or sleep apnea.

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Who is nose surgery suitable for?

Rhinoplasty surgery is suitable for anyone looking for nose augmentation and nose correction, and feels they are affected by the shape or size of their nose.

Before your Rhinoplasty surgery nose job -
• To begin with, you will meet your surgeon to assess your suitability for the procedure and to discuss the possible risks and complications. The surgeon will take you through what you may expect, before you can then sign a patient consent form if you wish to proceed with the procedure.
• You will then need to attend a pre-operative assessment 2-5 weeks before surgery, where you will meet either our senior nurse or doctor. They will go through your medical history, take your height and weight, and perform a blood and MRSA test to ensure you are fit for surgery.
• Having a surgical procedure is an extremely personal choice and only you can make the decision whether to go ahead. We encourage you to thoroughly review all of the information we give you and spend time fully considering whether you want to go ahead with surgery. If you ever have any questions just get in touch and we'll help - we want you to be happy with your decision.
• It is important that you stop smoking for at least four weeks before your surgery and four weeks afterwards.

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What happens during a nose job?

Open Rhinoplasty:

• A small incision is made along the columella (the soft tissue between the nostrils)
• The nasal skin is then folded upwards which provides the surgeon a clearer view of the of the underlying nasal structures
• The Open Rhinoplasty is typically used when the focus is to reduce the side of the nose.

Closed Rhinoplasty:

Closed rhinoplasty is when all incisions are made inside your nasal passage ways, so no visible scars can be seen externally.
• The Closed Rhinoplasty is typically used to reshape the tip of your nose.
• Rhinoplasty surgery is performed using local or general aesthetic depending on the patient and length of the procedure.
• The nose job is completely tailored to you and therefore what happens is greatly dependent upon your primary focus.

NOSE SURGERY (RHINOPLASTY) at a glance

from
£3060
needs
7 days
recovery
for ages
18+
years
available
Notts / London
clinics
View the before & after photos

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After your Rhinoplasty Surgery & Recovery

• After your nose surgery, a nasal splint will be placed over your nose for support, and nasal packing inside the nose provides additional support. The nasal packing will affect your ability to breathe, and it may take some time to adjust.
• You will most likely experience facial bruising, swelling and discomfort but medication will be prescribed to control your pain.
• You face will be puffy and the areas around your eyes may swell. Keeping your head elevated during the first few days post – surgery will help reduce swelling.
• It is necessary to limit physical activity for a few days to a week.
• Your surgical packing will be removed after four to seven days, and the splint will be removed after seven to ten days.
• It is normal for swelling and bruising to last well over two weeks. During this period, you should avoid all strenuous physical activity.
• It might be several months before you see the full effect of the nose operation, and up to six months for all of the swelling to completely go.

Nose Job Recovery Advice:

• Prop your head up with pillows for a couple of days when resting, to reduce the swelling
• Avoid hot baths and getting the splint wet
• Avoid blowing your nose or removing any crusts until your appointment to have the splint removed
• Sneeze through your mouth, to avoid pressure on your nose
• Avoid dusty or smoky places
• Avoid strenuous exercise or contact sports for four to six weeks
• Take paracetamol or another prescribed painkiller to relieve any mild pain

Why choose Zenith for your nose surgery?

Our Rhinoplasty Specialist Professor Sama is known as the best Rhinoplasty surgeon in the United Kingdom and he is undoubtedly a surgeon you can trust.
• Full Members of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM)
• Registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC)
• (see below for more info or click here for Qualifications & further details about Professor Sama)
• We offer lifetime aftercare and support
• Any follow up appointments are included in the price of procedure
• All aftercare package are included
• We also offer a range of payment options and finance is available over £2500
• Hotel & Chauffeur service – we have an exclusive partnership with the De Vere Orchard Hotel, Platinum Executive Cars and Chauffeur VIP – enjoy the 5 star service with preferential rates.

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Meet our Specialist Rhinoplasty Surgeon – Professor Sama

• Our Rhinoplasty Specialist Professor Sama is known as the best Rhinoplasty surgeon in the United Kingdom and he is undoubtedly a surgeon you can trust.
• Full Members of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM)
• Registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC)
• (see below for more info or click here for Qualifications & further details about Professor Sama)
• We offer lifetime aftercare and support
• Any follow up appointments are included in the price of procedure
• All aftercare package are included
• We also offer a range of payment options and finance is available over £2500
• Hotel & Chauffeur service – we have an exclusive partnership with the De Vere Orchard Hotel, Platinum Executive Cars and Chauffeur VIP – enjoy the 5 star service with preferential rates.

A message from Professor Sama

"The Nose, literally, is the most central and dominant focus of the face. Rhinoplasty surgery has to be a made to measure surgery that successfully addresses your main concerns, maintains function and achieves a final shape that is in keeping and in harmony with the rest of your face."

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How much is Rhinoplasty?

At Zenith Cosmetics, our procedures start at just £3060, which can be paid via Credit, Debit, Cash or Bank Transfer. We also offer Zenith Finance, allowing you to split the cost into monthly payments of which we offer 6 months interest free. If you would like to chat more about, and our finance options available, get in touch with our experienced team at Zenith Clinics today to arrange your consultation.

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Book Your Nose Job Consultation

Did you know that you can book your consultation in either of our cosmetic clinics in Nottingham or London? We’re dedicated to providing a high quality, personal and convenient service for each and every one of our patients, making it as easy as possible for you to gain access to our highly skilled practitioners. So why not get started on your journey today? Book in at our Nottingham or London clinic today, we can’t wait to see you soon.

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Frequently asked questions

Can I get a Rhinoplasty/nose job on finance?

Yes, we offer a range of payment options.

How much time will I need to take off work for my nose job?

You may need to take up to two weeks off work to recover.

This procedure is also commonly known as

“Nose job”
“Nose reshaping”
“Septoplasty”
“Nose augmentation”

Is rhinoplasty very painful?

With many surgical procedures, patients are worried about the pain during, and after the procedure. You will not feel any pain during the procedure, as the surgery is performed using local or general anaesthetic depending on the patient and length of the procedure. Afterwards, you will be given appropriate painkillers, and then after that paracetamol on its own is enough to combat any pain.

Can a nose job help with sinus and breathing problems?

Yes! A common misconception with rhinoplasty is that it is just for cosmetic reasons. However, rhinoplasty can assist with a range of medical conditions including breathing abnormalities or nasal septum (the cartilage that separates the nasal passageways).

What is the nose job recovery time?

On average, our patients need 7 days recovery time post-rhinoplasty.

Am I too old to get a nose job?

No! If you’re thinking about rhinoplasty, whatever your age we strive to provide a service to meet your needs. If you’re worried about your age, or health conditions it’s best to talk it through with a surgeon during your consultation.

Will a nose job change my voice?

Studies report that rhinoplasty can change the frequency and amplitude of sounds. However, you shouldn’t notice any particular difference in your voice.

Can a nose job change your face?

The nose is the central point of the face, therefore any change to it will affect the overall look of your face, much like any other facial treatment. The surgeon will work with you to achieve a look you are happy and most comfortable with.

Are there any risks and complications with this surgery?

Like with any surgery, rhinoplasty comes with its risks. Take a look at the information above on any associated risks and side effects.

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Nose Job On Finance

We understand that starting your Rhinoplasty journey is not only a large personal decision, but also a huge financial commitment. If you’re concerned about the cost of your nose job, our team is here to make the process as clear and easy as possible for you. We have a range of payment options on offer, including a nose job on finance. We will sit down with you to make sure the payment option is best suited to your current circumstances. As part of our finance option for your nose job, we allow you to split the cost into monthly payments of which we offer 6 months interest-free. Get in touch with our experienced team at Zenith Clinics today to arrange your consultation, and have a further chat around finance and payment offers available.

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Page last reviewed: 03/01/2019

Next review due: 03/01/2021

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