The shape of your nose is one of the aspects that control your facial appearance. Everyone’s nose shape is different, probably due to the delicate structure that largely depends on other facial features and sensitive tissues. More specifically, not all people are happy with the appearance of their noses.

Nevertheless, the shape of the nose can be altered to bring it into the desired shape, thanks to modern-day medical advancements. One of the several methods in this regard is Rhinoplasty surgery or nose job.


Rhinoplasty in Dubai is a plastic surgery aimed to alter the shape and function of your nose. Most people who undergo this procedure do so to resolve structural issues such as restricted nasal breathing. Interestingly, this procedure is becoming pretty popular among people who are not happy with their nose looks.


People undergo Rhinoplasty for several reasons, some of which are discussed below.

  • Modifying the nose shape according to the patient’s requirements

  • Restoring the nose’s structure after an accident or injury

  • Improving nasal breathing

No matter the reason, Rhinoplasty is intended to address a patient’s nasal problems so that the nose’s appearance aligns with the rest of the facial structure.


The first step to getting prepare for Rhinoplasty surgery is to find a skilled professional. As it turns out, you want to consult an ENT specialist who knows how to bring even the most dramatic changes to your nose in the most subtle way possible. You do not want your nose to say out loud that you underwent Rhinoplasty.

Now, let’s discuss what the rhinoplasty pre-op procedure entails.

  • First off, your surgeon will perform a physical exam.

  • They will then go through your medical history and get your blood samples for lab tests.

  • After making sure that you are fully fit to undergo Rhinoplasty, they will discuss your nose’s structure and devise a treatment plan.

  • You will be advised to stop using any medications or supplements that may interfere with the treatment results. These medications usually include over-the-counter pain relievers like Advil and Tylenol.


Rhinoplasty can be an open or close surgical procedure, and it is generally your surgeon suggesting what surgical option suits you best. In some cases, the surgeon may leave it up to your preferences.

An open rhinoplasty procedure involves cutting the nasal skin to expose its internal structure, including the bone and cartilage. On the other hand, closed Rhinoplasty surgery entails modifying the nose architecture without incising the skin on the upper part of the nose. The surgeon will cut the skin on the bottom of the nose. Then, they will insert a specialized device connected to a thin cable. This device equipped with tools that perform surgery and is maneuverable.

It is worth mentioning that not all surgeons can perform both open and closed Rhinoplasty. Some surgeons are more expert in open Rhinoplasty, while some have a particular skill in closed Rhinoplasty. Hence, you should also ask a surgeon what procedure they can perform expertly.

Since Rhinoplasty, in general, is not a less invasive procedure, you will need local anesthesia for the operation. However, some cases do require general anesthesia.


You can consider undergoing non-surgical Rhinoplasty – also known as a non-surgical nose job – if you do like the surgical option for whatever reason. Non-surgical nose job in Dubai involves injecting hyaluronic acid filler into the target areas to modify the nose structure. Hence, it is essentially a cosmetic procedure only. The purpose of this method is to make the nose more proportional to the other facial areas.

Non-surgical Rhinoplasty is generally a temporary procedure with its results lasting up to six months. However, you can also discuss the permanent non-surgical rhinoplasty option with your surgeon.

While surgical Rhinoplasty looks more invasive than its non-surgical counterpart, it is generally a preferred option.


Modern-day Rhinoplasty surgery is safer than ever, thanks to constant and frequent medical advancements in this department. However, it doesn’t mean that you are entirely off the hook. In rare cases, Rhinoplasty can result in trouble breathing, which tends to persist for a long time. Post-op infection yet another potential risk associated with Rhinoplasty. And last but not least, getting anesthesia before the procedure is itself a risky event for some people.

Your best bet is to speak to your physician to ensure your Rhinoplasty doesn’t result in too many side effects.


Is Rhinoplasty surgery worth it? Well, the answer to this question lies in your needs and preferences. If the issue you want to resolve doesn’t affect your aesthetics and nasal functionality significantly, your surgeon may recommend against undergoing Rhinoplasty.

Moreover, it is crucial to discuss your case with a qualified surgeon only. Remember, Rhinoplasty involves operating upon some sensitive nasal areas. So, you do not want to grant an inadequately skilled person access to your most sensitive facial feature.

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Hamna is a health Blogger and a medical writer who loves writing about different topics on health. She has been educating her readers about the various cosmetic surgery procedures from quite a long time. Other than that she loves gardening and reading books.