When it comes to cosmetic surgery, one of the most popular procedures is rhinoplasty. Cosmetic reasons are not by any means the sole reason a person may choose to have rhinoplasty surgery. Even though the most common reason for getting rhinoplasty is for cosmetic reasons, other patients require it for reasons of a non-cosmetic nature. Rhinoplasty is often used to improve the breathing for a person with a deviated septum. Even if there isn’t something medically wrong with your nose, you might make the decision rhinoplasty is for you. You may want to improve the size or shape of your nose and make it “fit your face” much better. Whether you are looking to achieve a better facial symmetry or you simply dislike the size or shape of your nose, rhinoplasty can be extremely transformational. As with the majority of surgical procedures, rhinoplasty will need some recovery time. Recovery times will vary quite a bit with this procedure as the actual work done is different from person to person. That being said, the recovery can be as short as a single week. As time passes people notice the full changes to the contours of their nose. Whether done on its own or paired with another cosmetic surgery procedure, rhinoplasty is one of the most transformative surgeries available.