Rhinoplasty, a nose job, is a cosmetic surgery process for correcting and reconstructing the shape, restoring the capabilities, and aesthetically enhancing the nose, by resolving nasal trauma (blunt, penetrating, blast), congenital defect, respiratory obstacle, or a failed major rhinoplasty. In the surgical procedures — closed rhinoplasty and open rhinoplasty — an otolaryngologist (ear, nose, and throat specialist), a maxillofacial surgeon (jaw, face, and neck specialist), or a plastic surgeon, creates a useful, aesthetic, and facially proportionate nose by separating the nasal pores and skin and the tender tissues from the osseo-cartilaginous nasal framework, correcting them as required for type and performance, suturing the incisions, and making use of both a bundle or a stent, or each, to immobilize the corrected nose to make sure the right therapeutic of the surgical incision.[1]

The non-surgical rhinoplasty process corrects and modifies slight defects of the nose by way of subcutaneous injections of biologically inert fillers; the outcomes are usually comparatively transitory, as compared with the outcomes of nose surgical procedure.