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The Different Types of Rhinoplasty

When it comes to rhinoplasty procedures, also known as nose surgery, there are no one-size-fits-all solutions. That is why the office of Mr Gwanmesia offers several rhinoplasty techniques to fit your unique needs. When it comes to getting a proper rhinoplasty, you will want to consider functional improvements as well as maintaining your cultural identity. Mr Gwanmesia offers three procedures with consideration for functionality and ethnicity.

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Precision Rhinoplasty

Most people consider rhinoplasty to be a purely cosmetic procedure, but rhinoplasty can produce results that are both beautiful and functional. Mr Gwanmesia offers a new perspective on the procedure with “precision rhinoplasty.” Precision rhinoplasty involves the use of the latest technological achievements in pre-operative planning, precision surgical technique, and closely monitored post-operative care. This method allows for exceptional results, higher patient satisfaction and faster recovery times. The goal of precision rhinoplasty is to enhance both the appearance and function of the nose.

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Appreciating Ethnic Aesthetics

Often, when a client is considering rhinoplasty, they are concerned that the procedure will erase the facial traits that are a part of their ethnic identity. It is important for patients to preserve their ethnic identity while also achieving a sense of balance and proportion. Mr Gwanmesia provides rhinoplasties with regard for your ethnicity with specialties in African, Middle Eastern, Indian and Pakistani ethnic aesthetics.

African Rhinoplasty

The procedure is performed with a focus on respecting the cultural, ethnic, and anatomical features of the patient. African rhinoplasty is customized to match the nasal structure and composition while enhancing appearance. Good candidates for African rhinoplasty include anyone who is of African descent, not a smoker, is in good health and has the desire to enhance the aesthetics of their face.

Indian and Pakistani Rhinoplasty

The surgery is designed to uphold South Asian ideals of beauty without changing ethnic appearance. This rhinoplasty technique brings harmony to the facial features with subtle changes. Again, it is essential to be in good health and to cease smoking before the procedure.


Many different methods exist that can contribute to the success of your cosmetic enhancement. Thanks to various specialties that are available, you can get the look that you want concerning your unique body, culture and ethnicity. A rhinoplasty that is done with subtlety and grace can be a life-changing event for many people who desire to improve their appearance.

If you are interested in rhinoplasty, then contact 02074741300 today to schedule your consultation.

Dr Ivo Gwanmesia

Dr Ivo Gwanmesia is one of Harley Street’s most experienced and renowned craniofacial plastic surgeons. With over a decade of professional experience, he has transformed the lives of countless patients from all over the UK & abroad.

Due to his vast and hands-on training in the UK and the US, Dr Ivo now specialises in more than a dozen different aesthetic, craniofacial and transgender procedures. Some of them include face, neck, and brow lifts, upper and lower blepharoplasty, breast reduction & breast uplift as well as facial feminisation surgery, to name a few.

Dr Gwanmesia has also conducted pioneering research, which led to the development of a new technique for the reconstruction of the middle vault of the nose, known as the ‘Fulcrum Spreader Graft’. He was also part of a study comparing the efficacy of the Sheen Spreader Graft and the Fulcrum Spreader Graft. The study has since been published on PubMed and the Journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.