“The other day I went out with some of my girlfriends, whom I meet regularly once a month. They were looking at me with admiration for my wonderful change, without even realizing that I had fixed my nose. ”
The man is made to breathe through the nose. Permanent oral breathing is unpleasant and deprives from the inhaled air the characteristics of effective thermoregulation, moisture regulation and retention of particles and microorganisms. A single episode of sniffle is enough to make us feel and approach with greater sympathy the daily drama of people who do not breathe well from the nose. Other effects of bad nasal breathing, frequent respiratory infections (pharyngitis, otitis, tonsillitis, sinusitis, etc.), the bad sense of smell that leads to a bad sense of taste, snoring with its known social extensions and syndrome of sleep apnea with the unfortunately unknown to many of us, serious effects on our health.
And now, the good news. The trend in modern otolaryngology is to permanently, effectively, quickly and painlessly correct all the parameters that contribute to nasal breathing, such as deviation of nasal septum, hypertrophy of inferior turbinates, nasal polyps, etc and at the same time, in the same procedure, one can correct any defect in the appearance of the nose, which disrupts the overall harmony and beauty of the face.
The functional and aesthetic rhinoplasty, as it is called, is performed under general anesthesia and is accompanied by little or no pain, generally declared by people who have undergone it. It requires hospitalization only for a few hours and application of a small splint on the top of the nose, which is removed in one week. Its primary goal is to ensure excellent postoperative nasal breathing, while at the same time striving to create a beautiful, non-surgical result.
Nowadays, at the frontline of technology, we can find simulation computer programs , so that one can have a clear idea of what it will look like after the aesthetic surgery, discussing in person with their doctor about their own expectations and concerns and to put together, from the very first visit, a detailed plan of intervention.
It is an undisputed fact that the beauty of a human being is mainly what is hidden in his soul. This timeless philosophical attitude does not contradict the fact that improving our outward appearance greatly enhances our self-esteem and self-confidence and effectively enhances our quiver on the struggle for recognition, success, self-promotion and happiness in a society that has delivered in beauty, in all its shades, a high factor of acceptance.