As specialists in rhinoplasty and cosmetic nasal surgery, we’ve created some handy guides and articles to give you even more information on nose jobs. From tips on how to find the right surgeon to medical news and emerging technologies.

Types of Rhinoplasty

At my nose clinic in Harley Street, London and Guildford, patients come to me, Mr Julian Rowe-Jones, seeking treatment for noses of all shapes and sizes. As a Consultant Surgeon with decades of experience, I’ve carried out countless successful treatments. In this post, I’ll outline some common nose types and suggest rhinoplasty to correct them […]

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Correcting An Under-Projected Nose

At my clinic, based in Guildford and in London’s famous medical and cosmetic destination of Harley Street, I consult, and have experience in many different types of nose job – both cosmetic-based, and those who have functional issues with their nose. A common treatment at my practice is that for correcting an under-projected nose. In […]

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Correcting A Twisted Nose

A twisted nose – also known as a crooked nose – is one that doesn’t follow a straight line down the middle of your face. They can present very differently, varying in degrees and from person to person, and in the worst cases, can cause breathing problems.

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Why Rhinoplasty is so Complex

All surgery is complex and requires specialised training, but rhinoplasty is more so than others. In fact, rhinoplasty is considered one of the most complex cosmetic surgeries to master given the structure of the nose and the balance it provides to a face. We want to instil in our patients and those who are considering […]

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A Guide to a Secondary Rhinoplasty

A secondary rhinoplasty refers to corrective nasal surgery that serves to alter the form and/or function of the nose after an initial rhinoplasty. This is a surgery also referred to as a revision nose job. Secondary aesthetic and reconstructive nasal re-shaping is indicated for cosmetic or functional deformities not properly treated or made worse from […]

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How to choose your Rhinoplasty Surgeon in London

Seeking a rhinoplasty surgeon in London means doing some research yourself to find the best and safest hands for your procedure. Cosmetic surgery isn’t something that should be undertaken on a whim or considered lightly, but rather a decision that needs your attention and full comprehension. With so many people, both television personalities and members […]

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A Guide to Nose Job Aftercare

Aftercare is a very important step in any patient’s surgical journey, because your healing time is very important to your end results, safety, and comfort. The correct nose job aftercare helps to minimise the risk of infection post-surgery and also allows your operated area to heal in its own time. Here’s our brief guide to […]

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Cosmetic surgery in conversation with mental health

Cosmetic surgery stems from low self-esteem and the desire to change some aspect of our face or body. More and more people are opting for safe UK-based cosmetic surgeons and entrusting them with their surgeries, but there is a conversation to be had around cosmetic surgery and mental health.   Cosmetic surgery and mental health: […]

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The different types of rhinoplasty available

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to a rhinoplasty, as each individual patient has different needs and desired results. As each individual nose and patient journey is different from the last, so is our surgical approach. There are three main types of rhinoplasty: the closed approach, open approach, and reduction. The closed approach The closed approach […]

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Who is suitable for rhinoplasty?

A cosmetic rhinoplasty continues to be a very popular treatment across the UK. In 2017, the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) reported that over two-thousand nose jobs were performed in 2017, with the number of surgeries increasing in both men and women. With its popularity comes responsibility, however, as cosmetic surgeons should be […]

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