Nasal Surgery / Rhinoplasty
Rhinoplasty, commonly called a ‘nose job’, is facial plastic surgery to repair or reshape the nose. As well as changing the shape for cosmetic reasons (to achieve a better appearance), it can correct a birth defect or injury, or help relieve breathing problems. Rhinoplasty can be performed under local or general anaesthesia and may take 1–2 hours. The surgery is usually done through a cut made inside the nostrils, or in some cases from outside, around the base of the nose. When surgery is complete, splints may be placed on the outside of the nose to help maintain the new shape. Soft splints or packing may be placed inside to keep the septum (the dividing wall between the air passages) stable.
Dr Mahadevan is a New Zealand trained ENT Surgeon graduating from Auckland Medical School in 1987. Subsequent post graduate training was undertaken as . . .
David Mills graduated from the Auckland School of Medicine (MB.ChB) in 1981. He gained his Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons . . .
Andrew has a wealth of experience in all aspects of ENT surgery, particulary cancer care, laser surgery and head and neck reconstruction. . . .
Jamie Ryan is a fully qualified surgeon specialising in Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery and Facial Plastic Surgery. He undertook advanced surgical . . .
Dev is a general otolaryngologist with a special interest in nasal and sinus diseases. He has been an otolaryngologist for over 20 years and worked as . . .