Last updated date: 09-Jun-2023

Medically Reviewed By

Written by

Dr. Yahia H. Alsharif

Originally Written in English

Rhinoplasty By Countries


    Since its inception in 1917, plastic surgery has grown in leaps and bounds. It's grown into a large field that focuses on reconstruction and restoration techniques. Plastic surgery is commonly used by people who desire to improve their physical appearance for a variety of reasons, such as cosmetic purposes or to heal from traumatic traumas.

    Many people, particularly in the fashion business, have claimed increased confidence and improved performance in their work lives. Rhinoplasty surgery has grown in popularity among those who wish to improve their overall confidence as well as give their bodies a new shape. 

    Rhinoplasty is a cosmetic surgery procedure that improves the shape of the nose. It is commonly performed as a nose lift surgery or a thinning of the shape to produce a more defined appearance. Rhinoplasty can also be used to correct incorrectly grown tissues that impair a person's physical appearance. A large number of people have expressed dissatisfaction with the form of their noses, making Rhinoplasty one of the most popular cosmetic procedures worldwide.

    A common question we get is about the cost of a plastic surgery operation, and it's an important topic to discuss. When looking for a plastic surgeon to perform rhinoplasty, look for someone who is experienced, has reasonable costs, and produces natural results. As a result, it's critical that surgical institutions be open about their expenses.

    The estimated average cost of a rhinoplasty procedure according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) was estimated to be between $5,400 - $5,500, but there are other possible expenses (more on them below!) that should be considered when booking a procedure.


    How Common Is Rhinoplasty Worldwide?

    Rhinoplasty Worldwide

    According to the Plastic Surgery Statistics Report 2018, nose reshaping or Rhinoplasty was among the top five cosmetic surgical procedures at a global level. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Rhinoplasty is the most complex facial surgery, having a revision rate of as high as 15.0%.

    The global Rhinoplasty market size was valued at USD 6.2 billion in 2020 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.5% from 2021 to 2028.  About 852,554 individuals worldwide have been undergoing Rhinoplasty in 2020. Growing awareness of aesthetics and physical grooming is projected to boost the market growth. The introduction of technologically advanced treatment procedures such as 3D computer-assisted techniques has led to high demand for Rhinoplasty. Meanwhile, Rhinoplasty ranked first in terms of the most-popular cosmetic surgical procedures for men in 2020.


    Anatomy & Physiology of the Nose

    Anatomy & Physiology of the Nose

    The cornerstone of a good rhinoplasty is a detailed grasp of nasal anatomy. A little change in one nasal component can have a large impact on the rest of the nasal structures, resulting in a dramatic change in face shape.

    Many people are unhappy with the way their noses naturally appear. They may believe it is too large or too long and wish it were thinner or shorter. As a result, many of us believe that nose jobs are only cosmetic.

    Well, in fact, nose jobs can be done also to treat a functional abnormality in the nose. To understand this aspect, let us explain how the nose works. 

    Let's begin with the external nose, the visible component that protrude from the face and allows air to enter the nasal cavity. The external nose is supposed to have a pyramid form with the nasal root placed superiorly and continuous with the forehead. While the nasal tip is inferiorly terminated. The nares are opened directly inferior to the apex. They are pyriform apertures that go within the nasal vestibule, or to the inside of the nose. These nares are joined medially by the nasal septum and laterally by the ala nasi, which are lateral cartilaginous wings of the nose.

    The external nose consists of a bony and cartilaginous framework, covered by muscles, soft tissue, and skin.

    The skeleton of the external nose is made up of both bone and cartilaginous components. 

    • The bony component. It represents the superior part of the nose and is made of the nasal, frontal and maxillary bones. 
    • The cartilaginous component. It is the inferior part and consists of two lateral cartilages, two alar cartilages, and septal cartilage.

    The skin covering the bony section is thin, but the skin covering the cartilages is thicker and has more sebaceous glands. The skin then extends through the nares through a muscous into the nasal vestibule, where hairs filter the air before it enters the respiratory system.

    The four paranasal sinuses are air-filled extensions of the nasal cavity. They are called from the bone on which they are found. The maxillary, sphenoid, ethmoid, and frontal sinuses are the four.

    The external nose is made up of a bony and cartilaginous skeleton that is surrounded by muscles, soft tissue, and skin.

    The function of these sinuses is a topic of debate, but functions include: 

    • Lightening the weight of the head. 
    • Supporting the immune defense of the nose. 
    • Increasing resonance of the voice. 
    • Humidifying inspired air. 

    The nose is both a smelling and respiratory organ. And its nasal cavity has four main functions: 

    • Warming and humidifying inspired air. 
    • Removing and trapping foreign bodies and pathogens. 
    • The sensation of smell. 
    • Draining and cleaning the paranasal sinuses and lacrimal ducts. 

    Now as we explained everything about the structure of the nose, back to rhinoplasty.


    Different Nose Shapes

    Different Nose Shapes

       1. Bulbous nose/bulbous nose tip

    A bulbous nose has a rounded and larger nasal tip, which frequently causes the tip of the nose to seem out of proportion with the rest of the nasal characteristics. Bulbous nose surgery is removing extra cartilage from the tip of the nose and precisely contouring the cartilage that remains using sutures for exact repair.

    Some people may develop a bulbous nose as a result of rhinophyma, a skin disorder. Rhinophyma can develop as a result of untreated chronic rosacea. Rhinoplasty is not the appropriate therapy for rhinophyma since the underlying problem is excessive growth of soft tissue 

        2. Celestial/upturned nose

    The upturned nose is often modest in size, with the tip of the nose projecting upwards. Celestial nose forms are distinguished by a little dip in the centre of the dorsum of the nose. Many of our patients want this nose shape when they come to visit us. Some persons, however, may have a considerably upward nasal tip rotation, resulting in a considerable curve, which may be a cause of concern for any patients who seek to have this fixed. Zac Efron and Emma Watson are two celebrities that have tilted noses.

        3. Snub nose/Button nose

    A button nose, also known as a snub nose, is similar to an upturned nose, however snub noses are rounder in form with an upturned component such that the nostrils are more visible when viewed from the front. Patients with a button nose often undergo Rhinoplasty to reduce the nasal tip and lengthen the nose. Celebrities with button noses include Wayne Rooney and Elizabeth Taylor.

        4. Greek nose/Straight nose

    Greek noses are often known as straight noses since the greatest distinguishing feature is the straight nasal dorsum or bridge and smaller nostrils. Many patients see Greek noses as a particularly desired nose shape since there are generally no bumps on the nasal dorsum, which is the most commonly requested nose shape by the majority of our patients. Some patients with straight noses choose for rhinoplasty if they believe their nose is excessively wide or if they want to lower the prominence of the nasal tip to better balance with the rest of their facial characteristics. Kate Middleton and Jennifer Aniston are two celebrities that have a Greek nose.

        5. Bumpy/crooked nose

    The most prevalent cause of a bumpy or crooked nose is a past traumatic injury to the nose from contact sports such as rugby. A crooked nose may form from birth in certain circumstances due to the effect of genetic factors, such as excessive growth of the cartilaginous structure of the nose. When viewed from the front, a crooked nose generally seems deviated or has noticeable and obvious bumps. Crooked nose treatment is a sophisticated rhinoplasty operation that employs restorative methods. This type of rhinoplasty is only performed by professional rhinoplasty surgeons who routinely do nose reconstruction surgery. Clive Owen and Owen Wilson are two celebrities that have crooked or bumpy noses.

        6. Roman nose/Aquiline Nose

    The nasal bridge of a Roman nose is extremely prominent and may deviate somewhat near the tip of the nose. Rhinoplasty surgery is performed on Roman nose patients to enhance tip projection and reduce pronounced dorsal humps on the bridge of the nose. A Roman nose is immensely appealing to many guys and is the most widely desired nose shape among males. Tom Cruise and Ryan Gosling are two well-known celebrities with a Roman nose.

        7. Hawk nose

    Hawk nose forms are similar to Roman nose shapes; however, a hawk nose has a thinner nasal bridge and a sharp nasal tip. These noses frequently have a noticeable curve that provides the impression of a hooked look, similar to that of a hawk's beak. Many patients see this as an unfavorable nose shape. Rhinoplasty surgery can be used to straighten the nose and smooth the nasal shape. Adrien Brody, the actor, is one of the most well-known persons with a hawk-like nose shape.

       8. Fleshy nose

    Fleshy noses are most commonly seen in men, and the most characteristic features are a large and wide nose with a prominent nasal projection. Many patients seek rhinoplasty surgery for a fleshy nose to reduce the width of the sides of the nose and narrow the tip to give increased tip definition. Well-known people who have fleshy noses include Mark Ruffalo and Albert Einstein.

       9. Nubian nose

    Nubian nose forms are most typically found in African-American individuals. A Nubian nose is distinguished by a broad base, a lengthy nasal bridge, and a nose tip that frequently extends downwards towards the lips. Patients of African heritage with Nubian noses are more likely to have rhinoplasty surgery to narrow the nose as part of an ethnic rhinoplasty treatment. Beyoncé and former US President Barack Obama both share Nubian nose shapes.


    Can Your Nose Shape be Changed?

    Nose Shape

    Rhinoplasty is the best procedure for altering the size and shape of the nose. Expert rhinoplasty surgeons have years of experience working with patients to achieve the ideal nose shape for them using cutting edge surgical techniques. As with all types of cosmetic surgery, it is essential to have realistic expectations of what the surgery can achieve. Non-surgical rhinoplasty may be useful for people who are not yet ready for a permanent rhinoplasty treatment. It is frequently used as a test to evaluate if patients are satisfied with their new form. Non-surgical rhinoplasty is a short-term technique with results that last no more than 18 months. The surgery can contour the nose and increase volume in certain regions to hide any localized lumps and bumps. Once they are satisfied, they can proceed with surgical rhinoplasty for a permanent and long-term solution.


    When Rhinoplasty is Indicated?

    Rhinoplasty Is Indicated

    As we said, many people might not be satisfied with the look of their noses. They can change the size or the angle, they can straighten the bridge, reshape the tip, or narrow the nostrils. 

    However, aside from the aesthetic purpose of rhinoplasty, it can also be done to: 

    • Change the proportions of the nose.
    • Repair an injury.
    • Repair a deformity.
    • Correct a birth defect.
    • Improve breathing ability. 

    Rhinoplasty can be performed for either practical or aesthetic reasons. It is important to note that patients who are initially seeking functional improvement often express concerns about the aesthetics of the nose during the interview, and postoperatively, they place a greater emphasis on the aesthetic outcomes than on their ability to breathe properly. This is one of the reasons why a thorough discussion with the rhinoplasty patient is essential. 

    Despite the fact that much has been written on the difficulty of identifying the best candidate for surgery, there is no recognized technique of correctly assessing high-risk individuals who are likely to be unsatisfied regardless of the outcome. As a result, the surgeon must analyze other non-visible characteristics of the patients and rely on instinct to determine if the procedure will be beneficial.

    Interrogation is necessary at the initial consultation to discover whether the patient's expectations are reasonable, as postoperative patient satisfaction is a determinant in the surgery's success. By asking open-ended questions regarding the patient's life and background (family composition, community relationships, etc.), the physician can listen and interpret nonverbal features that might be valuable in forming an overall picture of the individual.

    SIMON (single, immature, male, over-expectant, narcissistic) is a widely used acronym to characterize patients who should be deemed unsuitable for surgery, whereas SYLVIA (secure, young, listens, verbal, intelligent, attractive) has been used to describe the ideal candidate.

    Following a general inspection, it is vital to address the specific elements of their nose that they hate (dorsal hump, nasal deviation, tip difficulties, and so on) and explain what can and cannot be repaired step by step. This may be performed by using computer simulation. This is a valuable strategy for detecting patients with unrealistic expectations by modeling an approximate surgical result using real-life images of the subject. Anterior rhinoscopy is used in the functional analysis to look for frequent reasons of blockage such as turbinate hypertrophy and septal deviations. Nasal endoscopy may be useful in individuals with airway blockage without a visible reason to detect alternative sources of obstruction, such as polyps.

    Breathing issues, sinusitis, obstructive sleep apnea, prior hospitalizations, pharmaceutical or cocaine use, and a history of mental illness should all be noted.

    As with any surgical procedure, informed consent must be thoroughly explained with the patient so that he or she understands every stage of the procedure, including its risks and benefits, alternatives, and potential outcomes.

    This procedure is frequently performed when the nasal components have fully grown and the nasal shape will not change considerably in the future. This equates to around 15 years of age for females and 17 years of age for males.


    Rhinoplasty Risks

    Rhinoplasty Risks

    Just like any major surgery, rhinoplasty has risks, including: 

    As previously said, rhinoplasty is one of the most difficult surgical operations, and one of the primary reasons for this is its lack of predictability. An immediate positive surgical outcome may not be such one year later.

    This is mostly due to the numerous factors involved in the healing process. Individual nasal tissue responses are not always predictable, and as a result, undesirable outcomes might occur.

    Although the risk for major complications is low, functional and, mainly, aesthetic complications can cause social and psychological issues and may result in legal problems for the surgeon.

    Surgical complications can be defined as hemorrhagic, infectious, traumatic, functional, and aesthetic.

       1. Bleeding

    Bleeding after rhinoplasty is a common complication. They are typically minor and can be treated with head elevation, nasal decongestants, and compression. If the bleeding persists, an anterior tampon should be performed, and the patient should be evaluated. If the bleeding continues despite the anterior tampon, posterior hemorrhage should be considered, and a posterior tampon should be used. Although significant bleeds are uncommon, an endoscopic approach or angiographic embolization may be required in some cases.

        2. Infection

    Infections during rhinoplasty can vary from minor cellulitis to serious systemic infectious diseases. As an early complication of rhinoplasty, cellulitis may occur. It typically responds well to cephalosporins, although constant monitoring is required to prevent progression. 

    Septal abscesses are a consequence of an untreated hematoma, and the treatment of choice is surgical draining followed by antibiotics. They might occur in the septum, tip, or dorsum of the body. Severe infectious processes are quite uncommon. They occur in fewer than 1% of the cases.

        3. Intracranial injury: 

    Intracranial injury is an uncommon condition that can result in a cerebrospinal fluid leak, causing rhinorrhea and migraines. This issue necessitates hospitalization and a neurosurgery assessment.

        4. Rhinitis

    This is frequently a transient problem, especially once a blocked airway has been cleared. It might cause nasal discharge, dryness, and breathing problems. Topical treatments are often used to treat it. A CSF fluid leak might be considered if rhinorrhea persists after a few weeks.

        5. Injury to the Lacrimal Ducts: 

    This can result in epiphora, which can be accompanied by bleeding. It is sometimes induced by lateral osteotomies and requires duct intubation to be treated. It is crucial to understand that epiphora may occur in the first few weeks following the surgery as a result of edema compressing the lacrimal ducts, which usually resolves spontaneously.


    Appropriate Age for a Rhinoplasty

    If you are considering a nose job for cosmetic reasons, your surgeon would usually advise you to wait until your nasal bones have fully developed before proceeding. This is at the age of 15 for girls. Boys can continue to develop until they reach adulthood. However, if you are considering surgery for respiratory difficulties, you can have it done at a younger age.


    How Long Does Swelling Last After Rhinoplasty Surgery?

    After Rhinoplasty Surgery

    Because each patient is unique, the degree of edema will take a varied period of time to settle down. Men have stronger skin on their noses and may anticipate swelling to linger far longer than women, who frequently have much thinner skin. Patients who have had a revision rhinoplasty should also expect edema to continue slightly longer than with their first operation.

    The first swelling that arises following a Rhinoplasty treatment can be expected to last around two weeks. After two weeks, you should be able to see some of the final effects, albeit not the entire picture. Many patients are generally ready to return to work or are confident enough to participate in video conferencing after two weeks. It is very simple to conceal any lingering swelling or bruises with make-up after two weeks.

    Many patients will note that their nose feels strange in the first few weeks after surgery. Common symptoms reported by patients include numbness and stiffness in the nose, which may hinder the ability to completely grin, but this is unlikely to be seen by others.

    Doctors often state that most patients begin to feel like themselves again after around four weeks, and that 90 to 95% of edema should have subsided within three to four months. This is frequently the stage at which patients express a desire to have images made for special occasions such as weddings or birthday celebrations.

    The remaining 5 to 10% of edema typically takes 9 to 12 months to resolve; however, in many individuals, particularly those with thicker skin, full resolution might take up to 18 months. Your surgeon will usually tell you that the final result is entirely evident at one year, including all of the fine tip definition at the tip of the nose.


    Rhinoplasty In South Korea

    Rhinoplasty In South Korea

    Plastic surgery in South Korea has become a major draw for travellers seeking medical treatment in another country. When compared to some of the top Western countries that provide a similar set of procedures, the cost of plastic surgery in South Korea is quite affordable.

    In contrast to large nations such as the United States, the cost of Rhinoplasty in South Korea ranges between $1750 and $8,150. The cost varies owing to numerous factors, including the number of treatments necessary to get the desired outcome, the size of the surgery performed, and the surgical method used. The level of plastic surgery necessary is determined by the extent of the injury, which influences the cost of the treatment. As a result, the average rhinoplasty cost in South Korea has been assessed to be $3,675, which is unquestionably lower than the cost in other nations throughout the world.

    Types of Rhinoplasty Procedures in South Korea

    Cost (USD)

    Tip Rhinoplasty


    Closed Rhinoplasty


    Open Rhinoplasty


    Revision Rhinoplasty



    Why Rhinoplasty In South Korea?

    Rhinoplasty is one of the most popular plastic surgeries in the world, and South Korea is the most popular destination for overseas medical tourists seeking this procedure. There are a variety of reasons why South Korea is an excellent choice for Rhinoplasty. The following are some of the most important reasons:

    • South Korea is the world's plastic surgery capital — with approximately 1 million cosmetic procedures performed each year, the country is frequently referred to as the "plastic surgery capital of the world." Rhinoplasty is also regarded as one of the most effective cosmetic procedures in South Korea. It's no surprise that many people opt to have their nose operation in South Korea, given the number of plastic surgeries performed each year and the popularity of Rhinoplasty in the country.
    • World-class medical centers — South Korea's medical centers are world-class, with high-tech equipment backed by the country's most advanced IT systems. Some of the technology is even more advanced than that found in the United States or Western Europe. Medical centers in the country are noted for their extensive services, such as attentive nurses and online consultation, in addition to their medical equipment. 
    • Surgeons who are skilled and experienced - given the large number of plastic surgeries performed in South Korea each year, it's safe to assume that the country's surgeons are experts in their own right. Rhinoplasty has been performed by some of the doctors for decades. Furthermore, the country's well-trained surgeons keep up with the most recent advancements in rhinoplasty methods. 
    • Detailed Rhinoplasty - Because South Korean beauty standards are so high, every rhinoplasty treatment is meticulously designed to meet the needs of each individual. South Korean nose jobs, like those performed in other parts of the world, are available for both men and women, and the operation is tailored to individual facial structure. The doctors will guarantee that the operation balances your facial proportions and creates a harmonious face and nose as a consequence of the procedure. Many people who have had rhinoplasty in Korea have positive things to say about their doctors and hospitals. They claim to be pleased with their nose jobs' results. You can also look at a lot of Korean Rhinoplasty before and after photographs to check how natural the results are.
    • Lower costs of Rhinoplasty – South Korea may not be the most affordable rhinoplasty destination in Asia, but it is without a doubt the best. Rhinoplasty in South Korea, on the other hand, is far less expensive than in many western countries, such as the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. This allows international medical tourists to save money without compromising the surgical quality.


    Success Rate for Rhinoplasty in South Korea.

    Plastic surgery has seen tremendous growth in South Korea during the last few decades, owing in large part to the implementation of improved medical facilities. Robotic systems, enabled by modern technology, ensure greater accuracy and, as a result, greater success. The success rate of rhinoplasty in South Korea is considered to be more than 93%, which is greater than in other nations that offer similar services.


    Rhinoplasty Cost In USA

    Rhinoplasty Cost In USA

    The United States is one of the top rated countries for Rhinoplasty, with up to 200,000 nose jobs performed each year. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), the average cost of a Rhinoplasty treatment is roughly $5,400, however there are additional significant fees that should be addressed when booking a procedure.

    • Rhinoplasty Price Range

    High End 

    20.000 USD


    5,000 USD

    Low End

    500-1000 USD


    • What Affects the Cost of Rhinoplasty?

    To continue our deep dive, let's take a closer look at the factors we mentioned before. Remember that the information supplied is only a rough estimate, and that interviews with the providers you are considering will always provide the most accurate evaluation of the cost of your treatment. The information provided here can assist you in better understanding the questions to ask and aspects to consider before attending a consultation, allowing you to feel powerful and knowledgeable during your cosmetic experience.

    • Non-Surgical vs. Surgical: Non-surgical procedures typically cost less than surgical procedures as they are less invasive, do not require general anesthesia, and have reduced facility fees.
    • Provider: A more experienced and specialized provider will generally charge more for their time, which may lead to higher consultation fees (that may or may not be applied as a credit towards the cost of the actual procedure) and a higher procedure cost.
    • Anesthesiologist: As with the surgeon, experience and training will factor into cost. General anesthesia will be significantly more expensive than local anesthetics that do not need to be administered by an anesthesiologist.
    • Location: The coasts are, generally speaking, more expensive than the middle of the country. The 2020 ASPS Report breaks down procedures by region and shows the east and west coasts account for 78 percent of all rhinoplasties performed in 2020. More procedures typically mean more experienced providers and higher procedure costs.
    • Recovery: The recovery following a rhinoplasty will vary considerably by procedure, but may include prescriptions, recovery garments, follow ups, and downtime from work.


    Type of Rhinoplasty

    Cost (USD)



















    • Average Rhinoplasty Cost By State.

    The table below breaks down rhinoplasty costs by state. The numbers in this table are from zip codes selected from the capital of each listed state.

















    New Jersey


    New York











    Rhinoplasty Cost In Mexico

    Rhinoplasty Cost In Mexico

    • What Are the Benefits of Rhinoplasty in Mexico?

    The three primary reasons for having your nose job done in Mexico are cost, location, and quality. Because of the combination of these elements, Mexico is the best choice for rhinoplasty surgery. The quality of rhinoplasty surgeons in Mexico is exceptional; they have professional and experienced plastic surgeons in the country who have received training from top institutes across the world.

    When compared to getting a rhinoplasty in the United States, a rhinoplasty in Mexico might save you up to 60% on the procedure's cost. The average Rhinoplasty Cost in Mexico is $3,200.00, while the same procedure in the United States costs $8,000.00.

    • Comparison of Rhinoplasty in Mexico and USA.

    The first contrast is about cost; we all know how expensive medical services are in the United States. The cost of rhinoplasty in Mexico is around $3,200, whereas the cost of rhinoplasty in the United States is approximately $8,000.

    Mexico has also been a favorite medical tourism destination for Americans due to the country's abundance of high-quality professionals with considerable experience in Rhinoplasty.

    Furthermore, whereas the waiting time for rhinoplasty is exceedingly extensive in the United States and Canada, it is almost non-existent in Mexico.

    If you’re thinking of getting a nose operation, Mexico is a great place to do it. Its affordable cost, convenient location, and knowledgeable staff will provide you with the service you need without breaking the bank.

    • Rhinoplasty Price In Mexico.

    Rhinoplasty (nose job)

    from $2500

    Tip rhinoplasty

    from $2800

    Closed rhinoplasty

    from $2800

    Open rhinoplasty

    from $2800

    Revision rhinoplasty

    from $3000


    • Rhinoplasty Cost In Mexico.

    Rhinoplasty in Mexico

    Average Cost (USD)





    Mexico City


    Puerto Vallarta





    Rhinoplasty Cost In Turkey

    Rhinoplasty Cost In Turkey

    Turkey is one of the top five nations in the world for health tourism. Every year, an increasing number of visitors travel to Turkey for medical treatment. The Turkish government is constantly strengthening the health-care system, with one of its aims for 2023 being to attract more than 2 million health-care tourists, earning $ 20 billion. Of fact, Turkey has made great progress in this respect. Turkish hospitals now serve over one million overseas patients each year. This shows that Turkey is taking very important steps to attract better health tourists to develop the healthcare infrastructure. This trend seems to be continuing.


    What Factors affect Rhinoplasty Price In Turkey?

    Many factors influence the cost of this surgery. 

    Here are some factors that affect the cost of rhinoplasty in Turkey:

    1. The type of procedure

    Rhinoplasty can be performed using a variety of procedures. Closed rhinoplasty, which includes incisions inside the nostrils, is a frequent procedure. Another option is open rhinoplasty, which involves making incisions on the side of the nose to reach the cartilage framework.

    Because open rhinoplasties have larger incisions and more tissue manipulation, they require longer healing times than closed procedures. Therefore, open procedures tend to cost more than closed ones.

    1. Geographical location

    Another factor that affects the cost of rhinoplasty is where you live. If you live in an urban area with a large population base, there will be more doctors offering their services at competitive prices than in a rural area where there aren’t many doctors. 

    Or enough demand for them to stay busy all week long performing surgery after surgery.

    1. Production costs

    Production costs are usually associated with implants and materials used during surgery, including surgical instruments, anesthesia machines, and other medical equipment. 

    These items may vary from one surgeon to another depending on their production costs or their ability to negotiate better deals from suppliers.

    1. Experience of Surgeon

    Experience has always been essential in determining how much a surgeon charges for his services. 

    An experienced surgeon will charge more than an inexperienced one because he has performed many surgeries before, knows what works best for different types of patients with different needs, and can offer better results.

    1. The degree of the anatomical disorder

    Another factor that can affect the price of your surgery is how severe your anatomical disorder is. For example, if you have only one bump on your nose that needs to be removed, it will probably not cost too much.

    However, if you have multiple bumps and require extra work on your nose, you might have to pay more for that procedure.

    1. First surgery or revision surgery

    The surgery normally costs less when it is a first-time procedure than if it is revision surgery. That is because no scars are removed, and the operating room does not need to be sterilized.

    1. Quality of the hospital

    The quality of the hospital also plays an essential role in determining the nose job cost in Turkey. 

    There are many excellent hospitals in Turkey where you can get quality care at affordable rates, and some less reputable hospitals offer cheaper rates but provide substandard services and facilities. 

    So before choosing a hospital for rhinoplasty surgery, ensure you get nothing less than what you deserve!


    Different Types of Rhinoplasty and Their Cost in Turkey

    There are different types of rhinoplasty procedures to choose from:

        1. Open rhinoplasty: $ 3000

    One of the most frequent forms of rhinoplasty is open rhinoplasty, which involves taking some skin from your forehead and grafting it onto your nose after the procedure to help reshape it.

    That form of rhinoplasty has less dangers than closed rhinoplasty but requires more time to recover, requiring you to stay home for three weeks following the surgery—open rhinoplasty costs roughly $3,000 in Turkey.

        2. Closed rhinoplasty $4000

    This is one of the most prevalent rhinoplasty procedures. Although general anesthesia is not required for this procedure, local anaesthetic is employed. Because the incisions are made inside your nose, there will be no visible scars.

    Closed rhinoplasties are performed in the office under local anesthetic by a board-certified plastic surgeon with years of expertise. This procedure usually takes approximately 2 hours and costs around $4000.

    Closed rhinoplasty is typically indicated for people with mild nasal abnormalities who wish to treat them with little scars and recovery time.

    The cartilage in your nose is removed and reshaped using sutures or plates composed of a special metal alloy substance.

    The result is usually an improvement in breathing and an improved profile that makes you look younger than before.

        3. Ethnic rhinoplasty $ 4000

    That is one of the most popular types of rhinoplasty in Turkey. It is designed to correct irregularities in the nose based on ethnic characteristics. 

    Ethnic rhinoplasty can correct a wide range of issues, such as a flattened nose, large nostrils, and other issues related to the shape of your nose. However, that procedure typically costs between $3000-USD 4000.

    Ethnic rhinoplasty aims to correct some defects that are common among different ethnic groups, such as:

    • The width of the nose.
    • The height of the nose.
    • The length of the nose.
    • The slope of the nasal tip.
    • The angle between the nasal tip and forehead.


        4. Septo -Rhinoplasty $ 2800.

    Septo-Rhinoplasty is a nose remodeling treatment that removes extra skin, fat, and cartilage from your nasal bridge. As a result, it enhances the form, size, and projection of the nose.

    Furthermore, by minimizing nasal blockage, the operation can enhance breathing.

    This technique is recommended for individuals who have nasal tip difficulties as a result of trauma or congenital abnormalities such as saddle nose and bulbous tip with an open roof.

    Nasal tip correction improves your profile look by increasing face balance and proportion.


    Rhinoplasty Cost In Brazil

    Rhinoplasty Cost In Brazil

    • Why Choose Brazil for Rhinoplasty?
      • Improve the balance of facial features
      • Correct structural defects
      • Benefit from top specialist surgeons
      • Access world-class quality accredited clinics and latest medical technology
      • No visible scars after the surgery thanks to advanced rhinoplasty techniques
      • Low costs
      • High patient satisfaction


    • Benefits of Rhinoplasty. 
      • Increases harmony and balance between other facial features and improves confidence.
      • Congenital breathing issues can be effectively healed after rhinoplasty.
      • Nasal deformity or broken nose due to an accident can be fixed with rhinoplasty.
      • Rhinoplasty gives relief from severe headaches in patients with issues of sinus, difficulty breathing or constant nasal congestion.
      • Rhinoplasty can correct birth defects like nasal masses, lumps, underdevelopment and clefts etc.
      • Crooked nose or Misshapen nose tip can be completely cured by Rhinoplasty.
      • Nose job can provide big relief from the problem of snoring.


    • Is Brazil Good For Plastic Surgery?

    Brazilian plastic surgeons have gained international prominence for their daring new treatments, which have earned them a reputation as the finest in their industry.

    In 2016, the Brazilian plastic surgeon did roughly 7 surgical operations per 1,000 persons. This figure is greater than that of the United States, when 4.6 operations were conducted. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the number of plastic surgeon match jobs grew by 2.4% in 2017.

    According to the Brazilian Plastic Surgery Society, entry fees for cosmetic surgery have been unnecessarily low, providing a slew of unwarranted dangers to people who cannot afford these treatments. Brazilian plastic surgeons conducted fewer than half as many nonsurgical aesthetic operations as their counterparts in the United States (1.1 million vs. Brazilian plastic surgeons must be aware of the factors at work in this industry in order to offer value to these treatments. Brazilian plastic surgery, on the other hand, has typically avoided reconstructive procedures. Complex reconstructions, such as free flaps or craniofacial surgery, will never be available in Brazil.


    • Why Is Brazil’s Medical Cost Lower Than the USA?

    Brazil provides universal healthcare to all of its citizens. All citizens and tourists, whether documented or undocumented, have free access to the country's healthcare system. There are no cost-sharing arrangements in place. You don't even have to fill out an application. This effort significantly cuts the cost of medical care in Brazil. Nonetheless, moderate and upper-class consumers choose to use private healthcare providers in order to receive higher-quality care.

    Nose Job Average Price in brazil: 3000USD

    Nose Job Average Price in USA: 5500

    Saving: 45%


    • Cities Best for Plastic Surgery in Brazil

    Without a question, Brazil is one of the most sought-after destinations for all types of cosmetic operations. You can get treated in any of the country's main cities. However, for a foreign patient, we would only propose two cities for plastic surgery. Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo will be the greatest options for most international visitors in terms of living conditions, availability of daily necessities, convenience, and access to the top medical facilities.


    • Plastic surgery in Rio De Janeiro

    Rio de Janeiro is more than simply a destination for large-scale carnivals and breathtaking scenery. It is also vital to the country's medical tourism industry. Rio is home to some of Brazil's top and most qualified surgeons. The city's world-class hospitals are on par with the US healthcare system. They have a large number of JCI recognized hospitals ready to accommodate medical tourism. Also, in comparison to other cities, the cost of living in Rio is not particularly low, but it does provide all of the conveniences and comforts that a visitor would expect. As a result, transportation, lodging, and other services will be superior to those found in many other parts of Brazil.


    • Plastic surgery in Sao Paulo

    Sao Paulo is vital to Brazil's tourist economy. In 2019, this city alone got 2.4 million tourists, the most in Brazil when all states are combined. All sorts of plastic surgery are available in Sao Paulo, but cosmetic operations are the most popular. Spas and beauty salons may be found all around the city. It is not unusual to see foreigners traveling to the city for beauty treatments. Sao Paulo also has a number of JCI recognized medical centers located across the city. Because it is Brazil's economic center, the cost of living is fairly high. Still, it is not as expensive as it would be in the United States.


    Rhinoplasty Cost In Thailand

    Rhinoplasty Cost In Thailand

    Rhinoplasty, often known as nose surgery, is a surgical technique used to alter the form of your nose. It can be done for either utilitarian or aesthetic purposes. Rhinoplasty is a common operation in Thailand since it is very cheap and the results may be quite natural-looking. The treatment is often simple and outpatient, which means you may go home the same day. After the procedure, you should expect some bruising and swelling, which should go away in a few weeks. Rhinoplasty can help you improve your appearance and self-confidence, so if you're thinking about it, do your homework and find a reputable surgeon. 

    • What's the Success Rate of Rhinoplasty Procedures in Thailand?

    Rhinoplasty is a complex surgery, and the success of the procedure depends on many factors, including the skill of the surgeon and the specific goals of the patient. In general, however, the success rate of rhinoplasty procedures is quite high. A recent study found that patients who underwent rhinoplasty in Thailand were satisfied with the results of their surgery in 97% of cases. This high satisfaction rate is likely due to the fact that Thailand is home to some of the world's most skilled and experienced cosmetic surgeons. If you are considering undergoing rhinoplasty, Thailand should be at the top of your list.

    • Rhinoplasty Cost Among States/Hospitals.

    Some of the top hospitals in Thailand for Cosmetic Rhinoplasty and their associated prices:


    Minimum Cost

    Maximum Cost

    Asia Cosmetic Hospital, Nonthaburi

    USD 8700

    USD 10680

    Bangkok Hospital, Bangkok

    USD 8790

    USD 9040

    Kamol Cosmetic Hospital, Bangkok

    USD 8520

    USD 9190

    Vejthani Hospital, Bangkok

    USD 8160

    USD 9470

    Phyathai 2 International Hospital, Bangkok

    USD 8140

    USD 8880

    Yanhee International Hospital, Bangkok

    USD 8240

    USD 9280

    Bangkok Plastic Surgery Clinic, Bangkok

    USD 8640

    USD 9160



    Rhinoplasty surgery

    Rhinoplasty surgery is becoming increasingly popular among those who wish to raise their self-esteem while also giving their bodies a new shape.

    According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), the typical cost of a rhinoplasty treatment is between $5,400 and $5,500, although there are additional possible expenses that should be considered when booking a procedure.