Rhinoplasty – Nose Surgery
Nose Job Surgery Melbourne – Dr Richard Sackelariou and Dr Stephen Kleid
Dr Geoff Barnett no longer performs Nose Job Surgery or Rhinoplasty.
Coco Ruby Surgeons – Dr Barnett recommends Dr Richard Sackelariou, a Specialist Plastic Surgeon who is highly experienced in nose job surgery and Dr Stephen Kleid an ENT Surgeon who performs all types of Nose Surgery including Rhinoplasty & Septoplasty.
The nose is said to be the keystone of the face whereby one’s initial glance at the face is attracted by the nose and eyelid expression prior to encompassing the whole face.The size, symmetry and shape of the nose may be out of balance in some people and need correction. Nasal defects may develop as a result of birth deformity, injury, infection, tumours or even abnormal growth and be accompanied by airway obstruction. Nasal obstruction can be corrected at the time of surgery. Find out more about Nose job Surgery below…
Rhinoplasty Surgery by Dr Richard Sackelariou – Melbourne and Sydney
Who Can Benefit from Rhinoplasty?
Some patients are unfortunately born with nasal deformities, large noses, nasal humps or bumps. This affects young children, teenagers and adults, leading to a decline in self-confidence. Rhinoplasty can be performed on fully developed noses.
Deformities from Trauma or Accident
Accidents cause deformities to the nose such as bumps and humps or gain a crooked appearance. Rhinoplasty for this can be performed immediately after injury or years after the accident occurred.
Breathing and Snoring Issues
Chronic snoring is frustrating for your partner or family, and can also be the sign of a more serious condition. A deviated septum is the most common nasal deformity that can cause breathing issues. Issues such as the dangerous condition, sleep apnea. Deviated septums can occur naturally or due to trauma. Patients often have difficulty breathing in general but a nose job can help correct this issue.
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