The nose holds a pivotal role in facial aesthetics, significantly influencing one’s overall appearance and self-confidence. An aesthetic nose, characterized by harmonious proportions and balanced contours, can enhance the attractiveness of the face, bringing about a refined and pleasing look. Beyond its cosmetic significance, the nose plays a vital functional role in breathing and overall respiratory health. A rhinoplasty, commonly known as a nose job, is a transformative surgical procedure that can address both functional and cosmetic concerns. Functionally, a rhinoplasty can correct structural abnormalities that hinder breathing, such as a deviated septum or nasal valve collapse, leading to improved airflow and enhanced respiratory function. Simultaneously, the procedure allows for the refinement of the nose’s external appearance, potentially improving its shape, size, and projection to achieve a more aesthetically appealing result. A well-executed rhinoplasty not only provides patients with a newfound sense of confidence but also ensures a balanced facial profile and improved breathing, making it a transformative procedure with both functional and cosmetic benefits. 

Rhinoplasty is widely considered one of the most challenging operations in plastic surgery because every millimeter counts. A surgeon’s judgement, expertise, and experience are paramount. With advanced training in rhinoplasty, Dr. Cheah will address any functional concerns while also achieving the desired aesthetic outcome.

Surgical Notes



Length of surgery

2-5 hours depending on complexity

Procedure type



1-2 weeks

Adjunct Procedures

Septoplasty, Turbinate Reduction, Cartilage Grafting, Chin Augmentation