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Often rhinoplasty and septoplasty are combined to form a procedure called septorhinoplasty.

Septorhinoplasty procedure not only improves the overall appearance of the nose but also addresses the obstruction to the airflow caused by a deviated septum. If your nasal concern isn’t purely cosmetic, this might actually be the better nose reshaping surgery option for you, as it will address medical concerns too.

In most cases, a deviated septum occurs when the nasal septum (the thin wall between your nostrils) is displaced to the left or the right side. For many, the septum is displaced - sometimes known as deviated - and one nasal passage appears smaller.

If severe, a deviated septum can block much of one of the sides of the nose. This, of course, reduces airflow and can ultimately cause breathing difficulties.

“I could have gone into my consultation, not said and word and he would have been able to give me the nose I wanted because he was very much on the same page as me from the beginning.”



During septorhinoplasty, the bones and cartilage that give your nose its shape and structure are altered surgically as part of a rhinoplasty (nose job) and the septum - the harder area between the nostrils - is made straight. This part of the procedure is called a septoplasty. When the two procedures are combined we call this a septorhinoplasty; although it’s also possible to have both nose surgeries performed separately, it’s usually advised the combination procedure is undertaken to save on recovery time.

Septorhinoplasty surgery requires a general anaesthetic and is performed either closed or open method similar to the rhinoplasty surgery. Mr Ahmed will make a cut in the mucosa (lining inside the nose) and will lift it off from the cartilage and bone. He then removes the bits of cartilage and bone that are bent and puts the rest back into a straight position. By reducing the cartilage, Mr Ahmed can refine the tip of the nose, and if you have a lump or bump affecting the silhouette and overall shape, it can be shaved down. Breaking of the nasal bones and setting them back into place will straighten the bridge of the nose.

You should book a consultation with Mr Ahmed to ensure that this treatment is right for you. As one of the most experienced and skilled cosmetic face surgeons in the North of England, Mr Ahmed is well placed to provide you with a tailored treatment plan as well as the best post-operative aftercare advice.


Step 1


Meet and discuss with Mr Ahmed your requirements, he'll provide you with a tailored plan for your procedure.

Step 2


Undergo your procedure with support from Mr Ahmed and his staff.

Step 3


A bespoke recovery plan will be set in place to ensure you receive the best results from your procedure.

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Mr Ahmed has trained as an ENT Surgeon with subsequent Fellowship training in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery in America and Europe.

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