All surgeons will have a portfolio of images to be able to show you at your consultation of former patients. We also have an online gallery of those patients who have consented to have their images displayed online – click here to view.
Rhinoplasty Before Procedure
The Private Clinic sees over 15,000 new patients every year and perform over 10,000 procedures, with one of the highest patients’ satisfaction in the sector, Trustpilot 9.4, 5 star rating, 96% would recommend us to their friends and family. We are a multi award winning provider and have been voted the Aesthetic award for Best UK Clinic Group 2017.
The Private Clinic prides itself on its commitment to Medical Expertise, Patient Care and Satisfaction, Honest advice and most importantly Results. We are above all committed to Quality. Please feel free to contact us for any Rhinoplasty advice or to book a consultation with one of our expert surgeons. Rhinoplasty Cost can be part of your decision to undergo a procedure but it should never be the deciding factor. For more information about The Private Clinic, our experience and medical expertise click here
We don’t follow a one-price-fits-all policy and prices are quoted on a case by case basis. The cost of a rhinoplasty procedure starts at £6,900. You will be given an accurate quote for your requirements following your consultation.
All consultations with Mr Dario Rochira are now £175 which includes a Covid-19 test.
We also offer consultations with our highly experienced Patient Coordinators which require a £25 refundable deposit to secure your place. These are available in Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Northampton.
Patient coordinators are able to offer you all the information you require prior to meeting a surgeon.
Please note all consultations available at our London Harley Street clinic are with a surgeon.
The Private Clinic has clinics nationwide so we are sure to have an expert rhinoplasty surgeon located near to you.
Where can I can get a rhinoplasty in London?
London – 98 Harley street, W1G7HZ
Where can I get a rhinoplasty in Manchester?
Manchester – 25 St John Street, M3 4DT
Where can I get a rhinoplasty in Birmingham?
Birmingham – 88 Hagley Road, B16 8LU – West Midlands
Where can I get a rhinoplasty in Leeds?
Leeds – 45 Park Square North, LS1 2NP – Yorkshire
Where can I get a rhinoplasty in Northampton?
Northampton – 82 Billing Road, NN1 5DF – East Midlands
To find out more about booking a consultation at a clinic near you, contact us here.
Nose reshaping surgery or a rhinoplasty is a great procedure that can help you in you are feeling unhappy with the shape, position or size of your nose. You would only really be unsuitable for surgery if your surgeon felt your expectations were unrealistic or if you had anything that causes concern on your medical history. Before going ahead with your procedure, you will be able to discuss your desired goals, lifestyle and medical history to allow the surgeon to determine your suitability for nose reshaping surgery.
A preservation rhinoplasty is most beneficial for patients who require the bridge of the nose to be modified. The vast majority of patients are suitable for the preservation technique. However, 20% of patients will still require traditional Rhinoplasty surgery. A thorough consultation is required in order to assess the best technique for each patient.
To find out more about our Preservation Rhinoplasty technique and your suitability, book a consultation with one of your expert surgeons.
A rhinoplasty is often a great solution to help treat breathing difficulties caused by a previous injury to the nose or issues related to the natural position or shape of your nose.
The most common cause of breathing difficulties is a deviated nasal septum. This is the internal partition between the right and left nasal passage and it is not uncommon for it actually to be crooked on both sides which can really affect the airflow within the nose. In many cases, patients often do not even know they have this as they have never experienced what ‘normal’ breathing is. This procedure is known as a septo-rhinoplasty.
Other nasal issues that may affect breathing include previous injuries or a previous rhinoplasty that has resulted in breathing problems.
Immediately after rhinoplasty surgery, you may not necessarily have perfect breathing right away so it may feel like the procedure has not worked, or in some cases made your breathing difficulties worse. The inside of the nose has to undergo the same healing processes. Once the swelling has resolved after 1 or 2 weeks, you can expect to notice more of a change in your previous breathing difficulties and hopefully a positive improvement.