Rhinoplasty in South Africa

Cape Town capital city of South Africa has world-class doctors and hospitals. Rhinoplasty is a nose job surgery where a surgeon reshapes a nose’s appearance and also improves breathing.

The upper portion of the nose is bone, and the lower portion is cartilage. Rhinoplasty can change all three.  bone, cartilage, or skin. Talk to your doctor about what change you want in your nose.

Several best Rhinoplasty in South Africa is well experienced and qualified. They use advanced technology to examine the problem. They determine, diagnose, treat, and prevent diseases, disorders, and medical conditions related to cures by surgery

Top 10 Rhinoplasty in South Africa

Dr. Lionel Jedeikin – Find Reviews, Cost and Book Appointment Claimed

Dr. Lionel Jedeikin is a eminent Plastic and Reconstructive surgeon

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Dr. Wayne Kleintjies – Discover Cost, Reviews and Book Appointment Claimed

Dr. Wayne Kleintjies is a renowned Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

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Dr. Tonetha (Toni) Jay – Find Reviews, Cost and Book Appointment Claimed

Dr. Tonetha (Toni) Jay is the most prestigious Plastic Surgeon.

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Dr. Rory Dower – Find Reviews, Book Appointment and Cost Claimed

Dr. Rory Dower renowned surgeon in Cape Town

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Dr. Hilde Meyer – Find the Reviews, Cost and Book Appointment. Claimed

Dr. Hilde Meyer is the best Plastic Surgeon

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Dr. Kotze Engelbrecht – Find Reviews, Cost and Book Appointment Claimed

Dr. Kotze Engelbrecht is the best Cosmetic Surgeon

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Dr. Alexander Zuhlke – Find Reviews, Book Appointment, and Consultation Fees Claimed

Dr. Alexander Zuhlke - Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

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Dr. Anton Ras – Discover Reviews, Cost and Book Online Appointment Claimed

Specialties Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

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Cost of Rhinoplasty in South Africa

Rhinoplasty cost in South Africa Average Cost (US Dollar) Average Cost in Rand (ZAR)
Open Revision Rhinoplasty $2,300 R 34,500
Closed Nose Job $2,500 R 37,500
Revision Tiplasty $2,800 R 42,000
Filler Rhinoplasty $2,000 R 30,000
Revision Rhinoplasty $2,600 R 39,000

Top 3 Hospitals in South Africa

Life Kingsbury Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa

Lenmed Ahmed Kathrada Private Hospital  in Johannesburg, South Africa

Lenmed Ethekwini Hospital and Heart Centre in Durban, South Africa

What are the types of Rhinoplasty performed in South Africa?

Open Rhinoplasty in South Africa – Open rhinoplasty help the surgeon to lift up the skin and soft tissue so that the underlying cartilage can be expose and bone for precise adjustments.

Closed Rhinoplasty in South Africa – The technique is mostly done by patient who wants to narrow the nose, or to reduce or augment the bridge of the nose.

Septoplasty  in South Africa – Septoplasty is created to open the nasal airways, straighten the septum, and to an extent straighten the nose.

What are the benefit of Rhinoplasty in South Africa?

Benefit of performing Rhinoplasty in South Africa are

No visible scars
No recurrence
Same-day discharge
Resume work in 3 days
A better facial aesthetic
Improved breathing
Boost in Self-Confidence


What are the different procedures performed by Rhinoplasty in South Africa?

  • The surgeon in South Africa makes a number of incisions in the nostrils in closed nose correction and or at the base of the nose (open nose correction).
  • The surgeon in South Africa can reshape the bone and cartilage into the desired shape through these small incisions.
  • The surgeon in South Africa will removes the irregularity (bump) from the bridge of the nose by the surgeon from the bone and can also bring the bones in the nose closer together to make the bridge of the nose smaller.
  • To give a beautiful shape the cartilage in the tip of the nose is trimmed. Remodeling the nasal septum lifts the tip of the nose and improves the angle between the nose and the upper lip.

What are the risk factors for Rhinoplasty in South Africa?

In major surgery risks involve in Rhinoplasty in South Africa

  • Bleeding
  • Infection
  • An adverse reaction to the anesthesia

Other possible risks include in Rhinoplasty in South Africa

  • Difficulty in breathing
  • Pain, discoloration, or swelling that may persist
  • Scarring
  • A hole in the septum (septal perforation)
  • A need for additional surgery
  • The possibility of an uneven-looking nose
  • Numbness in and around your nose

Why Choose Rhinoplasty in South Africa?

  • You can get the best treatment, facilities, and different surgical procedures in South Africa. There provide upgraded technologies and techniques used by Rhinoplasty Surgeons.
  • Rhinoplasty Surgeons in South Africa is considered the best because of their high experience and skilled doctors.  They have also a high success rate and are renowned internationally.
  • In South Africa, renowned hospitals also provide the Topmost Rhinoplasty Surgeons and healthcare facilities. Here, the patients from Africa visit, and patients from neighboring countries visit in  South Africa for treatment.
  • The mode of payment is easy and digital. Pay your bill according to your convenience. Cash, debit card, online payment, and credit card are accepted.

FAQs related to Rhinoplasty in South Africa

What age Rhinoplasty surgery in South Africa can be done?

Between 16 to 35 is the best age for rhinoplasty. If there is severity or emergency the youngest age for female is 16 and for men is 16.

What is the recovery time after Rhinoplasty in South Africa?

The final result will be visible after completely healed.You should avoid any The final shape of your nose will be apparent after it has completely healed. You should avoid strenuous activity for 3 to 6 weeks after surgery. You may return to your social activities as soon as within 2 to 3 weeks without any recognizable signs that you had a procedure done

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