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Each patient’s goals, ideals and lifestyles are different, and we will work with you to tailor treatments that suit you; these may be non-surgical or surgical procedures. Please fill up the form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Are You Considering Rhinoplasty Because

  • You are born with a prominent nose, a bumpy nose or a crooked nose
  • You have a flat and short nose
  • You feel self-conscious about how your nose looks
  • You had an accident and your nose is injured
  • You have trouble breathing due to a deviated septum

A nose looks most natural when it does not draw attention. It should be sublimely beautiful, but a type of beautiful that enhances a particular face. Our plastic surgeon will help you realize what the best goals are for your nose and, thus, your face.

 

Are You Considering Rhinoplasty Because

  • You are born with a prominent nose, a bumpy nose or a crooked nose
  • You have a flat and short nose
  • You feel self-conscious about how your nose looks
  • You had an accident and your nose is injured
  • You have trouble breathing due to a deviated septum

A nose looks most natural when it does not draw attention. It should be sublimely beautiful, but a type of beautiful that enhances a particular face. Our plastic surgeon will help you realize what the best goals are for your nose and, thus, your face.

If you are considering nose surgery to help your love your appearance even more, Call 6690 5465 for a Rhinoplasty Assessment Today.

Our Plastic Surgery Clinic’s Experience
in Rhinoplasty

1. Well regarded plastic surgeon with years of experience in rhinoplasty

2. Precise & complete nasal analysis

3. Preservation of your nasal structures with minimal excision of supporting tissues

4. Customised plan for each individual to achieve natural looking nose that fits your facial profile

5. Transparent & honest pricing with no hidden costs

6. Prices start from $3000

All rhinoplasties (nose surgeries) in our clinic are performed by Singapore certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr Andrew Tay. Dr Tay is an experienced Plastic Surgeon who has performed many rhinoplasty procedures for both the local & international communities.

About Our
Plastic Surgeon

Singapore certified plastic surgeon Dr Andrew Tay is a rhinoplasty specialist in Singapore with more than 15 years of experience. Dr Tay is a reputable and trusted specialist who has been featured in various media for his opinion in plastic and reconstructive matters.

When it comes to rhinoplasty, it is important to find a plastic surgeon who takes the time to discuss every question or concern each patient may have prior to her procedure before arriving at an appropriate treatment plan.

Our Clinic offers the Closed-Incision Method

Using the closed-incision method, the nose is not subjected to invasive open incision surgery. Instead the prosthesis (implant) is inserted through a small incision in the membranes inside of the nostrils, with no visible external scarring.

Prior to the procedure, an in-depth consultation is conducted to choose the most appropriate implant for the nasal bridge, to ensure the final outcome will complement your facial features.

Prices start from $3900

If you are not suitable for the closed-incision procedure, our clinic offers the conventional open incision method as well.

If you are not suitable for the closed-incision procedure, our clinic offers the conventional open incision method as well.

The Conventional Open-Incision Method

Open rhinoplasty uses an incision across the skin between the nostrils. This allows the surgeon to see all of the underlying structure of the nose, and enables more dramatic results. The only surgical difference between the two methods is the incision pattern utilised. An open rhinoplasty has a visible scar that goes across the columella, the piece of skin that separates the nose into two nostrils.

Prices start from $7900

Rhinoplasty is one of the most difficult operations in facial plastic surgery. The operation is difficult because every nose is different and the anatomy varies from patient to patient. As the anatomy varies so must the techniques used for correction. The surgeon must be able to perform a precise and complete nasal analysis to spot all of the aesthetic and functional deformities. Then the surgeon must formulate a surgical plan that is conceived to correct the specific deformities. For more question, contact any of our two clinics at Paragon or Novena to learn more about Rhinoplasty.

If you would like to view some before and after pictures or find out if our rhinoplasty procedure is right for you,
contact us at 6690 5465 or fill in our enquiry form below. We will get in touch with you as soon as possible.

FAQs on Rhinoplasty

  • 1. Who is a candidate for a rhinoplasty?
    A patient is a good candidate for a rhinoplasty if there is a feature in their nose that they wish to have changed for either cosmetic or medical reasons.
  • 2. What should I consider before deciding whether or not to get a rhinoplasty?
    The starting point is to be sure whether you actually want to change the appearance of your nose, and if so, in what way do you wish it would look different. Do you want a bump removed or a narrower tip? During your consultation, your plastic surgeon will then examine you with a mind for determining two things. First, whether he agrees that you have the problem you think that you do. The second thing is for him to offer his opinion about whether you will indeed look better with such a change.
  • 3. Will my nose look ‘natural’ after a rhinoplasty?
    A nose should look natural after a rhinoplasty, meaning it should look as if you could have been born with it. There should be no telltale signs of surgery. There are two reasons noses do not look natural, and a good plastic surgeon will avoid both. The first is that the nose does not belong on the face, such as a Northern European nose on a Chinese person. The second reason that noses may not look natural is that the nose itself looks like it has been operated upon, such as having the tip turned excessively up, having the tip overly narrowed and pinched, etc.
  • 4. What form of anaesthesia will be used for my procedure?
    Many rhinoplasty procedures such as closed augmentation rhinoplasty can be done using local anaesthesia with light sedation. General anaesthesia is recommended for some procedures - for example when the septum is being modified (septoplasty), when rib cartilage is being used, or when the bones are being re-positioned (osteotomies).
  • 5. What’s the difference between a rhinoplasty and a septoplasty?
    A rhinoplasty is a reshaping of the nose for cosmetic reasons. It does not specifically do anything to improve breathing. A septoplasty is a reshaping of the septum, the wall that separates the two sides of the nose. Its purpose is to improve breathing.
  • 6. Does insurance cover a rhinoplasty or a septoplasty?
    Insurance will never cover a rhinoplasty, because a rhinoplasty is a cosmetic procedure. A septoplasty is done to improve breathing, and if the problem is documented to be severe enough, most insurers will pay.
  • 7. How soon can I go to work?
    Most patients can go to work after the splint comes off at five to seven days after surgery, though there may still be bruising as long as seven days. Some patients will go back to work after just a few days if they don’t mind being seen with a splint on their nose.

At The Plastic Surgery Practice, we are passionate about helping both women and men restore natural looking noses in a safe environment. We are here to guide you see the big picture, shifting the focus from the nose as an isolated structure to how working with, and improving, the nose will enhance the your entire facial shape and size.

To start your journey to achieve the nose you have always wanted, contact us today at 6690 5465.

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