Rhinoplasty (Nose Job) London Specialists

In today’s society, first impressions count, so how we look and present ourselves are important. With the nose being the most defining feature on the face, nowadays an increasing number of people are turning to nose job surgery to enhance and improve their look.

What is Rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty, better known as a “nose job”, is the surgical reshaping of the nose. It is a procedure performed under general anaesthetic which involves making incisions within the nasal structure and if required, reshaping or the excision of cartilage. There are different types of procedures available for correcting different aspects, from flared to nostrils to bumps or fixing injuries.

It generally takes approximately one hour to complete, with a recovery time of 7-14 days. An overnight stay may not be required but it will require a week taken off work.

The methods used will depend on the type of nose surgery you require. However the incisions used will generally be inside your nose to minimise scarring. We can use two different techniques for the different types of rhinoplasty procedures available.

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Types of Rhinoplasty We Specialise In

Irregular Nasal Tip

For some people the tip is not symmetrical, and may have one side bigger than the other or lean to one side due to the shape of the underlying cartilage.

Irregular nasal tip involves altering the cartilage under the nasal tip to create symmetry & correct irregular tips possibly due to genetics or injury.

Wide Nose

The correction of a wide nose by reducing the width of the bone structure. There are several aspects to consider which influence the results you can achieve from this type of Rhinoplasty surgery, such as the thickness of your skin.

Results are greater when the underlying cartilage is the cause rather than having thick skin.

Nasal Hump

Nasal humps are extremely common and are usually caused by genetic, although they can also be the result of trauma. They are one of the most commonly requested types of nose surgery.

Nasal humps can easily be reduced by smoothing down the cartilage on the bridge of the nose until it is flatter.

Long Nose

Long noses may not be noticeable when views from the front, but more obvious when seen from the side. Shortening the nose to a proportional length when compared to the rest of the face. It can be done by shortening the cartilage, reducing the length of the nasal septum or by reducing some of the nostril skin.

Crooked Nose

No natural nose is completely symmetrical, and most people don’t even notice, however some are more noticeably unbalanced than others. Alternatively a crooked nose may be the result of an injury.

Rhinoplasty can be used to straighten the nose by reshaping the nasal bones and septum.

Big Nose

Resizing and shaping of noses that initially look too large for the face, making them proportional to the other features. This is generally easily corrected by reshaping the underlying cartilage.

This is suitable for people who have larger noses due to genetics and those who developed one later in life due to conditions such as rosacea.

Large Nose Tip

Large nose tips can make the nose look chunky and rounded. Altering the shape of the nasal tip by reshaping the underlying cartilage, will in turn reduce the roundness of the tip.

This will produce a tip that is more in proportion to the rest of the nasal features.

Depressed Nose

A depressed nose is when the nasal bridge is more posterior than is typical for the age and ethnicity of the patient and can occur regardless of the nasal bridge width.

You have the option of using either septal cartilage or an implant to fill in the depression and give a more uniform bridge to the nose.

Nasal Tip Projection

A nasal tip is considered excessive if it appears to be disproportionately stuck out from the rest of the nose. This in turn can give the illusion the nose is bigger than in really is.

It can be amended using one of two techniques to correct a tip which sticks out too far.

Small Nose

Increasing the size of your nose to either make it more in proportion with the rest of your features, raise the bridge of the nose or repair a crushed nose.

This can be done by either using your own cartilage from the nose, ear or rib which your body will recognise, or an implant.

Ethnic Rhinoplasty

Wide nostrils are more common in certain ethnicities. This type of Rhinoplasty involves reducing the size of the nostrils.

Usually his involves a Weir excisions, which will reduce the width and length of the nostrils by removing tissue at the point where your nostrils met the cheeks.

Correctional Rhinoplasty

With an increase in the number of people turning to cosmetic surgery, there has also been an increase in the number of people seeking a correction of previous rhinoplasty surgery, where they have not seen enough of a change or their surgeon has not produced the results that were desire.

This may be due to the surgeon having a less experience or a different understanding of you desires, or from a lack of aftercare, particularly when surgery has been carried out abroad. We offer revision rhinoplasty in addition to the initial eleven procedures, and will have thorough consultations with you prior to the procedure to ensure that we achieve the results you desire on your first experience with us.


We also offer a lifetime after care policy which means you can see our surgeons at any time after your surgery relating to your procedure and well being.


All your immediate aftercare is included in the price you pay so there are no hidden extras in post-operative care, and you can contact us anytime 24/7 after your surgery.


We only use experienced trusted surgeons with the highest professional qualifications. Ensuring high patient satisfaction and is the reason why we have one of the lowest rhinoplasty revision surgeries.

Who are we?

At Rhinoplasty in London we only use experienced trusted surgeons with the highest professional qualifications. This approach ensures high patient satisfaction and is the reason why we have one of the lowest revision surgeries in the country.

We give our patients longer consultations and meetings with our surgeons. The same surgeon will be used for your consultation, procedure, post-operative checks and after care. This allows the surgeon to understand exactly what it is you are hoping to achieve and the best way to do this. Collectively our surgeons have a total of 15,000 successful patients.

Both the surgeon and anaesthetist teams performing the surgery will be on the General Medical Council Specialist. They are conscious that every case is different, and are sympathetic to the fact that this type of procedure is a sensitive issue. They will approach each one uniquely for each patient and provide a professional, relaxed environment from initial consultation to the follow ups.

Aftercare and Support

Immediate care after the surgery is included in the cost of the procedure, with no hidden costs or extras. We also offer a comprehensive, lifetime aftercare service which means you are able to see the surgeons at any time after your procedure.

Our core values

  • We only admit patients to the best UK hospitals
  • We have and outstanding after care service, with correspondence from the surgeon and patient relations team
  • Award winning consultant plastic surgeons
  • We offer lifetime support

Your Consultation

You surgeon will listen closely to your wishes and offer experienced guidance in how to achieve the best results.

You will be guided through a comprehensive portfolio of previous patient cases who are similar to you and give you an idea of the applications required to achieve the results you desire as well as having the opportunity to ask all your questions.

To book your consultation or for more information about how we can help you, please fill out your details on our contact form.

Key Facts

Rhinoplasty Cost:

Type of Anaesthesia:

Length of Procedure:
Approx 1 hour

Time off work:
7 Days

Recovery Time:
7-14 days

Overnight stay required:
Same day Surgery or Overnight Stay

Surgery Location:
London Welbeck Hospital

Office Location:
Berkeley Square, Central London.

To book your consultation or to request more information, please get in contact with us now.

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