Surgical procedures to change the nose shape are called Nose aesthetics or rhinoplasty. Rhinoplasty includes repairing deformities from an injury, changing the nose appearance , correcting birth defects, or improving breathing by correcting some breathing difficulties. In some cases, difficulty in breathing is an important reason to prefer rhinoplasty as much as physical appearance. There are 6 types of rhinoplasty techniques. These are;

PrimaryRinoplasty : It is one of the most frequently performed nose surgeries. These aesthetic surgeries eliminate nose shape problems . Rhinoplasty includes removing the nose bridge, involves the protrusion shortening and minifying the cartilage proportionally to the face.

Complicated Rhinoplasty : Procedures that have undergone previous nose surgery and performed with a second or third surgery are considered complicated. The nose shape is redesigned and given a new look. Complicherinoplasty may take longer than the first (primary rhinoplasty) surgery.

Tipplasty : It is the correction of the cartilage in the front of the nose without touching the nasal bone.

Septorhinoplasty : These are the surgeries that remove the formations that cause breathing problems in the nose. The structure called the septum is corrected and the arch and cartilage curvatures that prevent breathing are removed.

Concha Surgery : The flesh in the nose is called concha . The conchas expand and narrow the airways over time due to structural reasons and environmental allergic reactions. With concha surgery, the flesh in the nose is minified .Thus the air channels are widened.

Septoplasty : This is the type of surgery recommended for patients who do not have aesthetic concerns but have difficulty breathing due to deviation problems in the nose. With septoplasty operations, plastic surgery isn’t performed on the visible part of the nose. Intervention in the nose is done to facilitate the patient's breathing and thus to improve the quality of life.