• Rhinoplasty

    A miss-shaped nose being either too wide, long, crooked or even too small or too large can completely dominate and interfere with, what are in many cases, harmonious facial features.

    In conventional rhinoplasty the fine incisions are made inside the nose sometimes in addition to an inconspicuous, barely visible cut to the columella, the fleshy external end of the nasal septum. The bone and cartilage framework of the nose is brought into shape and size according to the needs of the patient. Through this surgical precision work the form and shape of the “new” nose now improves the entire face and becomes an asset instead of negatively dominating the features.