Contrary to popular belief, the nose isn’t always broken during rhinoplasty. If a patient wants to correct only a nasal bump, the cutting or breaking of bones is not necessary.
However, to narrow the nose for aesthetic or reconstructive purposes, your doctor may need to make internal incisions in the nasal bones and move them.
When bone breakage is necessary for the desired change, it makes a huge impact on the results. Although it can create significant under-eye swelling and some bruising, most patients find that the results were worth it.
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