The “nose reshaping” procedure known as rhinoplasty can enhance the nose’s appearance and functionality. Numerous aesthetic issues, such as a noticeable bridge hump, a drooping nasal tip, large nostrils, or unattractive surgical outcomes, can be addressed with this operation. Nose surgery can also help patients who have breathing issues because of structural issues with their noses. Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Manojkumar J. Manwani uses a variety of rhinoplasty methods to provide patients a polished face harmony. By creating a surgical strategy that takes into account your particular issues, Dr. Manwani can provide appealing results that are customised to your anatomy.



Most patients who do not require major revision or nasal tip treatment should choose this option. 

  • Involves placing all incisions within the nostrils
  • Provides limited access to underlying nasal structures
  • Alterations are made without lifting the tissues
  • Results in no visible scarring
  • Recommended for most patients
  • Accelerated recovery


Ideal for patients who need extensive or exact fine-tuning of the nasal tip.

  • Involves creating an incision on the underside of the nose between the nostrils (on the columella)
  • The tissues are lifted to give optimal access to the underlying nasal structures
  • Ideal for patients who require extensive adjustments to the nasal tip


  • Designed to correct results from a previous rhinoplasty procedure
  • Usually involves utilizing the open rhinoplasty technique
  • Often requires cartilage grafts from the ears, ribs, or septum to augment the nose


  • Involves the injection of dermal fillers and BOTOX®
  • Allows for minor corrections to certain nasal features, including bumps and a hooked or crooked tip, but is not a good option for someone who wants to reduce their nose size
  • No Downtime needed
  • Results are noticeable immediately
  • Requires repeat treatments to maintain results


The length of the rhinoplasty recovery period varies depending on the type of treatment done, but it typically lasts one to two weeks. For a speedy recovery, patients should take a full week off of work. Exercise and strenuous activity after surgery should be avoided for 1 to 2 weeks. If the necessary safety equipment is worn, contact sports can be resumed about three weeks after surgery. The nasal bridge may be supported by a splint, which will be taken off after a week. Around a week after surgery, sutures may also be removed if necessary.

Common adverse effects include congestion, mild to moderate pain, bruising, swelling, and bleeding. Usually, bleeding lasts for 24 hours. For the first few nights, patients must sleep with their heads elevated to reduce bleeding and edoema. Results will be apparent right away, but it will take between 6 and 12 months for the full effects to show when the swelling goes down. If the patient had an open rhinoplasty, the exterior incision will gradually disappear over several months until maturing fully, which will take around a year.



Choosing a surgeon with extensive proficiency in the field and multifaceted training is crucial to having a pleasant and rewarding surgical experience. As a pioneer in the field of plastic surgery, Dr Manwani treats every rhinoplasty procedure with artistic rigour and considerate care, ensuring that patients receive the best possible cosmetic outcomes.


An in-person evaluation is necessary to determine which procedure is best for you. During your initial consultation, we will go through the benefits of each technique with you and provide qualified advice, making sure you are fully informed throughout the entire procedure.

The columella, a small piece of skin, is crossed by the external incision to connect the nostrils. The scar becomes a thin, practically unnoticeable white line once it has fully developed. Due to their size and placement, the majority of patients’ scars are completely undetectable. You may be confident that we will make every effort to minimise obvious scarring and make sure that the aftereffects of the procedure do not detract from your gorgeous results.

The primary purpose of rhinoplasty is aesthetic; it does not address breathing-related problems. If you have difficulty breathing through one or both nostrils, your septum is probably deviated, and septoplasty may be necessary to fix this.

While septoplasty can fix a deviated septum within the nose that has resulted in functional difficulties, rhinoplasty focuses on cosmetic alterations to the nose. Please let us know during your initial visit if you have both cosmetic and functional issues regarding your nose. Both approaches can be combined into one comprehensive strategy that simultaneously addresses all of your concerns.

Results after rhinoplasty are long-lasting. You can anticipate enjoying your new nose for a very long time after your body has done mending and your nose has finished adapting to the modifications.

Depending on the chosen treatment and the quantity of flaws that need to be fixed, the surgery’s length can change. Rhinoplasty typically takes one to four hours. After doing an on-site evaluation during your initial visit, we will estimate how long your procedure will last.



If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment with Dr Manwani, please contact us.



If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment with Dr Manwani, please contact us.

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