The nose is the central feature of the face, and can affect its symmetry or balance of the whole face. A nose that is too large, too small or crooked can make the other facial features appear out of proportion. Your eyes can be unnoticeable if your nose is too big and takes much attention.

Many of us are dissatisfied with the size or shape of our nose, could be with unsightly bump, bulbous tip, enlarge nostrils or with depressed nasal bridge (saddle nose). There is a solution to all these problems... Nose reshaping (Rhinoplasty). One of the most frequently performed cosmetic surgery procedure in the world.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How Will My Nose Look Like After Surgery?
In general, rhinoplasty (cosmetic nose surgery) is designed to reduce excess cartilage and bone in the nose, removing irregularities and bumps to give a straightened, smooth and, usually, smaller appearance. Adding tissue to enhance certain features of the nose may also be performed, where appropriate. Is There a Lot of Bruising Afterwards? and How Long Will It Last?

This depends again on how complex the procedure is. Some patients have little or no bruising. A few experience five to seven days of purple discoloration and swelling around the eyes and upper cheeks. The nose itself will be swollen for around seven to fourteen days, but subtle resolution of the swelling at the tip of the nose can take months after surgery to go away. 
Where Are the Incisions Placed During Nose Surgery?
In general, most or all of the incisions in rhinoplasty are hidden in the inside of the nostril. The external incisions hidden in the creases where the nose meets the cheek can be used to narrow the nose.
Who is eligible for a nose job?
People who choose to get rhinoplasty surgery often fit into one of two categories: people seeking a cosmetic reshaping of their nose to improve their appearance and those folks who need work done on their nose to help improve their health. This is one of only a few cosmetic surgery procedures done for both cosmetic and for health reasons.
How painful is theSurgery?
Surprisingly, it isn't very painful at all. You will be under anesthesia during the procedure and you will likely be prescribed painkillers for your healing period.