Since the primary goal in cosmetic nose surgery is aesthetics, the breathing function of the nose is often disregarded.
However, there is another matter that is disregarded that affects long-term patient satisfaction. This is the durability of the nose, which is an indispensable part of rhinoplasty.
Aging causes a kind of earthquake for the nose. Nose surgeries must not speed up this earthquake, just the opposite, it must make the nose resistant to aging.
This is achieved in a similar way to building jacketing to reinforce against earthquakes. The nose is supported and reinforced during surgery in order to make it stronger against the passage of time.
In cosmetic nose surgery, if we remove the materials that support the nose in order to reduce its size, we weaken the nose.
The nose will not be durable and may collapse. To achieve a durable and aesthetically pleasing nose, we need structural grafting.
A successful cosmetic nose surgery should provide a durable, natural look that can stand the test of time, and that makes breathing easier.