Nasal injuries are common in sport – particularly contact sports such as rugby. Because the nose doesn’t always heal properly on its own, the recovery process can leave your nose looking different to how it was before. Luckily, there is treatment that can help. Preservation rhinoplasty aims to restore an injured nose to its original form. We spoke with one of the UK’s leading rhinoplasty surgeons, Ms Lydia Badia, about how preservation rhinoplasty works.
Nose jobs are becoming increasingly popular but many people are understandably nervous about having such a delicate part of the body operated on. If this applies to you, don’t worry – there’s another way to have a nose job, one that doesn’t involve surgery. Rhinoplasty expert Ms Lydia Badia is here to fill us in on how a non-surgical nose job works.
Ms Lydia Badia is a leading facial plastic surgeon and expert in delivering facial rejuvenation treatments, such as Botox and fillers. However, achieving a natural appearance can be challenging, and here Ms Badia explains how she achieves this for her patients.
Rhinoplasty is one of the most popular forms of plastic surgery in the UK, with lots of people wishing to improve the look of their own nose. Being able to measure patient satisfaction after having a nose-job is something plastic surgeons like Ms Lydia Badia are looking to make possible.
Facial rejuvination does not have to involve going under the knife, as more and more there are non-surgical options to consider. Leading plastic surgeon, Ms Lydia Badia, gives us an overview of these options.
Miss Lydia Badia, expert nose and facial plastic surgeon of the East and Badia clinic at Harley Street, explains the basic of rhinoplasty and what to keep in mind when considering nose surgery.