- Cosmetic Surgery
- Minor Ops
No bones are broken during a nose suspension procedure. The reshaping of the nose is achieved through lifting the tip of the nose with double tipped needles and securing with special surgical thread. The technique can be likened to plastering a broken bone where the nasal tissue is supported against gravity until it clings into place.
The operation is most suited to patients who have good bone structure who are not wishing to drastically change the appearance of their nose but are seeking slight improvements such as lifting the tip, correcting deformity or addressing the length of the nose.Go to Treatment
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