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Pall Mall | Lillie Haynes after Nose Job Manchester


  • From £5,995
  • 2 Years Aftercare
  • 0% finance options available
  • Free surgeon consultations
  • Clinics in Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds and Newton-Le-Willows
  • Privately owned hospital

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Rhinoplasty price

Rhinoplasty (Nose surgery)
  • Free Surgeon Consultation
  • Unlimited Aftercare for 2 years
  • 0% finance options available
  • Free Surgeon Consultation
  • Unlimited Aftercare for 2 years
  • 0% finance options available
  • Free Surgeon Consultation
  • Unlimited Aftercare for 2 years
  • 0% finance options available
  • Improved Breathing

0% interest and flexible finance

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If you'd like to explore using finance as a way to pay for your surgery, your dedicated Patient Co-ordinator can tell you what your monthly repayments will be at your free consultation. If you want to proceed with a finance application, our Patient Co-ordinators can do this for you. Finance acceptance can take up to 24 hours.

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Meet our Consultants & Surgeons

A rhinoplasty, or 'nose- job' is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in the UK. During a free of charge consultation your chosen surgeon will discuss all of the options available to you.

Clinic locations:


1 Belvedere Rd, WA12 0JJ

Leeds City Centre

Units 4 & 5, The Gateway West, East St, LS9 8DA

Liverpool City Centre

5 St Paul's Square, L3 9SJ

Manchester City Centre

61 Pall Mall, King St, M2 4PD

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Rhinoplasty Surgery at Pall Mall

Why might you choose to have a rhinoplasty?

Patients choose to have a rhinoplasty (also called nose job) for different reasons. Either to repair their nose after an injury, to correct breathing problems or because they're unhappy with the appearance of their nose and would like to change the shape.

Can a rhinoplasty help with breathing problems?

Yes - a rhinoplasty (also known as septorhinoplasty) isn't just a cosmetic procedure. Specific surgical techniques during the procedure can improve breathing issues. 

How long will it take for me to recover from a rhinoplasty?

Patients typically need between one and two weeks off work to recover from a rhinoplasty. It might be several months before the full effect of the operation can be visible, and up to six months for the swelling to completely go down.

What's the difference between open and closed rhinoplasty?

Open rhinoplasty is a technique where the columella is used as an access point to open the skin of the nose, where as closed rhinoplasty is performed through incisions made inside the nose. Each technique has its own set of advantages and disadvantages which your surgeon can discuss with you at your consultation.

Are there any potential complications in a rhinoplasty procedure?

All surgeries come with some degree of risk. Some of the possible complications of rhinoplasty include bleeding, infection, scarring, narrowed airways, impaired smell, dark skin under eyes. 

Fortunately, rhinoplasty risks are small and complications are rare. Your surgeon will talk to you about the risks and benefits in detail at your consultation and pre operation appointments. 

Rhinoplasty surgery at a glance:

Cast Removal: 7 days
Exercise: 6+ Weeks
Time off work: 1-2 Weeks
Time in hospital: Out same day
Driving: 1 Week
Final Results: Up to 1 year

Amelia, Pall Mall Rhinoplasty Patient

You'll benefit from 2 years of aftercare at Pall Mall

  • Dedicated patient Coordinator
  • Unlimited pre and post operative care
  • 24/7 access to on-call nurse
  • Revision surgery up to 2 years*

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What are the different types of rhinoplasty?

At Pall Mall, we offer a variety of rhinoplasty surgeries. Our rhinoplasty surgeries include nose surgery to alter the look of your nose - for example, surgery requested due to a hump on the nose, to correct damage following an accident, etc. - or surgeries related to medical issues such as nasal obstruction.

Nose Reshaping Surgery

Nose reshaping surgery is standard rhinoplasty. For those with a crooked nose, flat nose, or upturned nose, nose reshaping surgery can help with reshaping the nose to the desired shape that you want.

For nose reconstruction, your surgeon will simply break the nose bone and rearrange the bone and cartilage in the position that you desire. This may be done for those with a dorsal hump. As painful as this sounds, do not worry - you will be under general anaesthetic throughout the process.

Whether your desired look is suitable for rhinoplasty - according to your current facial structure, etc. - will be discussed with you during the initial consultation with your surgeon. You may find that your surgeon will recommend a similar but different look, and although the outcome is not what you had in mind originally, it would be best to trust your surgeon as they will have clocked years of experience in the best route to follow. Regardless, we will ensure that you’re fully satisfied with the look of your reshaped nose prior to the surgery.

The changes to your nose after rhinoplasty surgery are often only small ones, but the full effect of the nose surgery can make a significant difference to your overall face and confidence.

If you are deemed an eligible candidate for rhinoplasty, your surgeon will work with you to create a custom plan for your rhinoplasty journey. At Pall Mall, you can rest assured that our surgeons and the nursing team will do their best to ensure that all of your medical and aesthetic needs are accommodated.

Cosmetic surgery can seem intimidating, but if you are interested in other facial procedures alongside rhinoplasty, don’t hesitate to browse through Pall Mall’s cosmetic surgery services. We also provide brow lifts that are the perfect procedure for those wanting to refresh their look - this can be done after your full recovery from your rhinoplasty surgery.

Nose Reduction Surgery

When it comes to making your nose smaller or narrower, nose reduction surgery (also known as reduction rhinoplasty) can help with this. Nose reduction reduces the size of the nose by removing pieces of cartilage or bone from the nasal area.

However, when it comes to making the base of your nose appear naturally narrower, alarplasty surgery is an appropriate option.

Full recovery from alarplasty can take up to 1 to 3 months.

Nose reduction and alarplasty are not the same procedures, but their purpose in reducing the size of the nose is similar.

Nose Augmentation Surgery

The complete opposite of nose reduction, nose augmentation refers to rhinoplasty that enlarges the shape of the nose. Nose augmentation can widen or lengthen the nose, from the bridge of the nose to the tip and nostrils.

This is done by taking cartilage from your ears and/or bone from other parts of your body such as the hips, elbow, possibly even your skull, for the cartilage or bone graft. With these grafts, your surgeon will reconstruct the shape of your nose, building it up into the shape that was planned.

Nose augmentation rhinoplasty is a popular option for people who believe that the size of their nose appears too small for their face. Even a slight change to the size of the nose can make a big impact on a person’s face and to their self-esteem.

If you think that you would benefit from nose augmentation surgery, Pall Mall can assist you with everything that you need to know about nose augmentation and whether it is a suitable rhinoplasty option for you.

Tip Plasty Surgery

If you have a downturned nose, or it is specifically the tip of your nose that you are unhappy with, tip plasty surgery is a good way to alter the nasal tip.

In comparison to standard rhinoplasty, tip plasty is often much easier and the recovery time is relatively shorter. This is because there is no reconstruction of the nasal bone and cartilage on the bridge of the nose, which causes the swelling, bruising, and bleeding in standard rhinoplasty surgery. As a result, recovery from tip plasty is less demanding.

If you are wanting to change the look of the tip of your nose only, then tip plasty surgery is certainly recommended compared to a normal nose reshaping surgery.

During the tip plasty procedure, your surgeon will make an incision between the nostrils - an open rhinoplasty. The bulbous tip cartilages, nostrils, and skin of the tip can all be altered, refining the shape of the tip. This also means that this procedure is suitable for those with nostril asymmetry as the nostrils can also be evened out with tip plasty surgery.

Despite the differences between rhinoplasty and tip plasty, as they both usually require an open rhinoplasty, the probability of scarring and the type of scarring are also the same.


Those with facial birth defects, particularly a cleft lip or cleft palate and a deviated septum, would be most appropriate for septoplasty. A deviated septum can also be caused due to an injury and can result in difficulty breathing as one nasal passage is smaller than the other.

With septoplasty surgery, this can be corrected for both cosmetic and medical purposes. Septoplasty can improve breathing, relieve facial pain, and reduce the frequency or likelihood of nosebleeds - all of these symptoms are due to a deviated septum.

The procedure for septoplasty is fairly simple, but like with any rhinoplasty, a complex procedure in its own right. Typically, your surgeon will make an incision on one side of your nose, lifting up the mucous membrane to access the septum. The septum is then moved into the correct position, and the mucous membrane is also repositioned.

Your surgeon may also remove pieces of bone or cartilage that are in the way for better access and reconstruction. Stitches may be required so that your septum and mucous membrane are secure during the healing process. Alternatively, stuffing cotton balls into your nose may also be suggested to keep them in position.

Alongside a septoplasty, you may also be recommended by your surgeon to undergo a nasal valve repair should they find any nasal obstruction during their consultations with you. Nasal valve repair surgery fixes nasal valve collapse, using a small piece of cartilage (usually from your ear) to support the area inside your nose that is collapsing to help with airflow.

This will result in a minor change in the appearance of your nose. As the cartilage graft is not particularly large and the change more subtle, this surgery may be right for you if you’re looking to not have your nose altered drastically.

"I've never felt so good before because I can finally be 100% myself, and I'll never be insecure about any photos taken of me anymore." Amelia, Pall Mall Rhinoplasty patient

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