Rhinoplasty Surgery Cost and Procedure Guide

Rhinoplasty Surgery Cost and Procedure Guide

Written by Patient Care Team Lead, Jonathan , BN (Hons)

Medical Review by Chief Commercial Officer, Dr. Lizzie Tuckey , MBBS, BA

Rhinoplasty also called a "nose job", is a surgical procedure that changes the nose's shape and/or size. The nose is a central feature of the face, so even small changes can drastically improve overall attractiveness. Nose surgery is one of the oldest forms of plastic surgery, and it continues to be very popular today.


Procedure time

1.5 to 3 hours

Overnight stay

1 to 2 nights


General or local with sedation

Recovery time

6 to 12 months


Surgery Goals
Candidates & Medical Conditions
The Procedure
The Consultation
Risks and Complications



Here are some of the most common rhinoplasty FAQs below. These may answer any questions you have or may help you to think of more to ask at the free rhinoplasty consultation.

What are the limitations of a rhinoplasty?
Will the NHS pay for my rhinoplasty?
Do I need a GP referral for a rhinoplasty?
When can I wear glasses again after a rhinoplasty?
What effect do smoking, alcohol and drugs have on a rhinoplasty?
What happens at a Pre-op appointment?

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