Top Reasons to Say Yes to a Nose Job

There are many people out there that consider cosmetic procedures to be a last resort for their appearances. If they've tried to hold back the years with serums and creams but yet have wrinkles and crows feet on their faces, they may turn to fillers and Botox next. 

There are some cosmetic procedures out there that are bigger than that though, such as breast implants, tummy tucks or a nose job. If you have found yourself scrolling away on, you won't be alone. Feeling self conscious about a part of your body you would like to change is the norm for some people, but it doesn't have to stay that way. You deserve to stay confident and feeling good, and that means making sure you know exactly why you are going for a nose job if you choose to go for one. For that reason, we've put together some of the most popular reasons people say yes to a nose job.

  • To help your breathing. A deviated septum is one of the most common reasons for a rhinoplasty. The septum is the thin cartilage bone that separates two sides of your nasal passages, and when those are off center or they are bent, or you have broken your nose before and therefore it's crooked, it can cause some issues. If you have frequent nasal congestion or recurrent sinus infections, it may not bother you, but a post nasal drip, sleep apnea and difficulty breathing through your nose can be a fantastic reason to book in with a great surgeon for a rhinoplasty. There are many celebrities and influences out there who do it for looks, but if you have issues with your breathing then it's a good reason to book in.

  • You've had an injury. A broken nose is painful. Whether you've got it because you got into a fight outside a club, or you are somebody who loves sports and has been smacked in the face with a hockey puck, a broken nose needs to be fixed. If you don't have your nose fixed properly after an injury, you're going to deal with a deviated septum which as we mentioned earlier, can cause issues with breathing. Nasal trauma is very common in people who don't do contact sports or engage in extreme physical exercise. The nose is the delicate part of the body, and it's in a vulnerable position that means that if you and if you get hit in the face with a ball in the park, you could break your nose.

  • Simply because you want to. Getting a new job is a very personal decision, but if you don't like the size or length of your nose then it makes sense to get one. It can dramatically change your appearance because you're changing the size and shape of something that's central to your face. You can remove any visible nose bumps or depressions in the bridge of your nose and you can improve the nostrils as well. If the tip of your nose is too wide, over projected or boxy, you might want to get that fixed.


The best reason to go and get a nose job is because you simply want to do it for yourself and for your self confidence. You should never let anybody out there tell you that you shouldn't have a cosmetic procedure done.