Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that changes the shape of the nose. Since our nose is located in the middle of our face, it is the organ whose curves and irregularities are most noticeable. Problems with the nose are individual and vary mainly depending on the individual and facial structure. For this reason, because each nose shape and facial structure is different, rhinoplasty (nasal aesthetics) surgery must be performed individually and according to the face. With rhinoplasty, the intervention and technique to be performed according to the problem in your nose is applied specifically to you. There are two techniques that are generally used, called open (by making an incision of about 1 cm at the tip of the nose) and closed (without making an incision outside the nose). Although these techniques have advantages over each other, what is important is the method your doctor will recommend to you to solve the problem in your nose in the best way. We can also describe “rhinoplasty” as “reshaping the nose”. With rhinoplasty, the shape of the tip of the nose or the back of the nose, which is called a bridge (arch), can be changed, the nostrils can be narrowed or the angle between the nose and upper lip can be changed to raise your nose tip and either a long nose tip can be lowered. In arched noses, the arch part is filed very precisely and the nasal bridge is reduced to the aesthetic limits suitable for your face. Not all rhinoplasties are performed for cosmetic reasons. By combining rhinoplasty with septoplasty and lower nasal passage radiofrequency procedures in the same surgery, bone curvatures in the nose, which cause nasal congestion and difficulty in the breathing, can be corrected. Nasal congestion that causes meat growths (nasal polyps) and snoring can be corrected as well.