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Instead, we recommend taking the time to look through before and after pictures and read reviews of real patients in Sydney or NSW who have received treatments from the surgeon you are considering. Surgeons with decades of experience are likely to know what type of procedures are ideal for achieving specific changes in the nasal structure, as well as what a nose job may cost in Australia.
How Rhinoplasty Can Benefit You
Who is a Good Candidate for Sydney Rhinoplasty?
If you have ever felt shy, uncomfortable or unhappy with certain aspects of the entire shape or size of your nose, you might benefit from a rhinoplasty procedure in Bondi Junction. Men and women can be a good candidate, so long as they have realistic expectations and are in good general health. Smokers and patients on certain blood thinning medications may need to reassess whether rhinoplasty is an ideal option, as this can greatly increase risks of complications during surgery.
You may be a good candidate for rhinoplasty if you wish to:
- Remove a hump on the nose
- Straighten a crooked bridge
- Correct damage sustained by a broken nose or injury
- Reshape the tip of the nose
- Alter the size or shape of the nostrils
- Open the breathing passages or correct a septum issue
- Change the overall size of the nose
Call us today at (02) 8599 7161 to set up an appointment for your initial free personalised consultation with our experienced Consultant in Bondi Junction, who is closely working with the doctors and can answer all your questions..
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I Afford a Rhinoplasty?
Plastic surgery is an excellent option for patients who can afford to invest both the time and money into a long-term approach to enhancing their appearance. Before deciding if you want rhinoplasty, discuss with your surgeon whether you can achieve similar results with another, less invasive procedure. If you are unhappy with certain superficial blemishes on or around your nose, for example, you may be able to achieve your desired results with dermal fillers or laser treatments. However, for patients who want to have structural changes done, or have to address complications with their breathing or from injuries sustained in the past, rhinoplasty may be the only option. Thankfully, many payment plans are available to help patients who need financing assistance!
How Much Does a Nose Job Cost?
Determining what a nose job will cost may require a patient to undergo a cosmetic consultation. As it is almost impossible to truly determine the extent of treatment a patient will determine through electronic or mobile correspondence, an examination of the area in question is necessary.
Some clinics may be willing to provide you with a general estimate, but this can often be incorrect if there are additional revisions. Before asking ‘how much does it cost to get a nose job’, be sure to look into the facility’s qualifications and surgical capacity. Additionally, a patient may require in-depth techniques to lengthen or enhance the actual structure of the nose, such as bone or tissue grafts. This can often affect your nose job cost, as well. Here are some of the factors that must be considered when calculated costs:
- Anaesthesia, including the cost of the anaesthesiologist
- Operating theatre fees
- Surgeon and assistant fees
- Follow-up visits
How Can I Find a Cheap Surgeon?
There is a high demand for plastic surgery in Australia, so there is likely to be many resources available to help you find the right rhinoplasty surgeon for you. Naturally, patients want to find someone within their budget who will still provide them with a high-quality rhinoplasty experience in their local area. Refine Clinic, for example, is located in Bondi Junction and typically serves clients who reside in the nearby Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. However, we often get and are happy to accommodate, long-distance patients hailing from other areas in NSW and throughout Australia. We offer flexible payment plans through MAC Credit, which often help patients feel more confident about making the decision to enhance their appearance.
What Are the Risks of Rhinoplasty?
Every surgical procedure, both cosmetic and medical, carries some degree of risk for the patient. When you work with an experienced plastic surgeon, however, they understand how to minimize these risks and work diligently to avoid actions that could lead to complications.
Before undergoing rhinoplasty, be sure to discuss any questions you may have with your surgeon. They should also go over some of the following risks and what they will do to help minimize and avoid any issues, such as:
- Potential for infection
- Bleeding complications
- Complications with anaesthesia
- Numbness and pain after surgery
- Discoloration, bruising or redness
- Swelling or inflammation around the surgical site
- Septal perforation
- Issues with healing or scarring
- Unsatisfactory results
What Is a Nose Job?
The term nose job is a generalised phrase that refers to any number of nasal surgery procedures, both medical and aesthetic. Typically, however, when a person or surgeon uses the term “nose job”, they are referring to a cosmetic plastic surgery known as rhinoplasty. Rhinoplasty is a corrective procedure that is used to alter the shape, size and sometimes the functionality of the nose. The goal of this procedure is to improve the appearance and attain aesthetic improvements in the face. A nose job may refer to other, similar surgeries, however, like a septoplasty, turbinoplasty, alarplasty or even a sinus surgery. Additionally, your surgeon may combine techniques used for different nasal surgeries to better customise their approach to target unique issues with your nose. When considering what a nose job may cost, remember to specify what type of surgery you are interested in.
What Does a Rhinoplasty Correct?
A cosmetic rhinoplasty procedure is a purely aesthetic surgery that is intended to improve aesthetics in the face and overall appearance. For this type of procedure, which will likely be a reduction or augmentation rhinoplasty, there are different areas that may need correction. Patients may discover that they need surgery on one or all of these areas:
- The radix. This is the bony upper portion of the nose the typically starts between the eyes. When this is large or the cartilage is thicker than average, it can cause a visible hump. On the other hand, if the radix is thin or shallow, you may have a recessed area and a bump. To correct this, your surgeon may shave away a small portion or use cartilage from another area of the body to structure the radix in such a way that no bump is present.
- Crooked or shift bridge. The approach to fixing a nose that is crooked or shifts slightly to one side is similar to that of a broken nose. A splint can be used to straighten the area, while cartilage from a donor site can help shift the tissue underneath.
- Nasal tip. For some, this area may lack definition, resulting in a flat or droopy tip. Others, however, may have the opposite problem and wish to correct a nasal tip that protrudes significantly. A reduction or rotation is a popular way to fix these types of issues and will allow your surgeon to adjust the tissue and cartilage as necessary to reduce bulbous or rounded tips.
- Alar adjustments. The alar refers to the nasal tissue that surrounds the nostrils and is typically recommended for patients who want to reduce their size. It’s often recommended as a complement to a width reduction in patients who feel the bridge of their nose is too wide.
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