Jonathan has an expertise in aesthetic and reconstructive rhinoplasty and offers open and closed rhinoplasty for a range of indications from subtle change in the nasal tip to entire nasal framework remodelling. A tailored approach is always taken to plan for the desired aims and your personal situation.
Nose reshaping not only improves and enhances the facial silhouette, but can also help promote better nasal breathing and improve sleep.
NASAL RECONSTRUCTIVE RHINOPLASTY
Jonathan has much experience in remodelling and reconstruction of the nose in response to birth and developmental anomaly, as well as in response to post-accident and post-cancer care . He uses a range of bone, cartilage and soft tissue reconstruction techniques to achieve aesthetically balanced results. Procedures take from one to three hours and clients can expect to resume life as normal in four to six weeks with one to two weeks away from work. A cast may be worn if nasal framework change is undertaken, and this may be required for seven to ten days after surgery.
After researching my options I concluded that Mr Britto was the best available and I duly booked an appointment to see him. He described the process in some detail and after a fairly lengthy discussion (during which I never felt under any pressure) we decided to go ahead with it. The operation itself was a complete success and I have suffered no side effects from it, in fact I’m delighted with the outcome. The quality of care I received from the hospital during and after the operation was excellent and I would feel confident going there again should I need to.
Andrew Peartree. Rhinoplasty; 3rd Sept 2013
Nasal surgery for cosmetic aim has been in evidence for centuries, even preceding the development of anaesthesia to make it comfortable! Nasal shape and form has tremendous cultural and gender significance. Jonathan uses detailed planning, up to and including sophisticated 3D techniques, to facilitate aesthetic rhinoplasty for each component of the tip, dorsum, nasal pyramid, nostril flare (alar base) and root of the nose.
In rhinoplasty is the fine art of aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. Analysis of the ‘framework’ cartilage and bone of the nose, together with the ‘envelope’ of soft tissues brings the key to a technical success and satisfaction in outcome for both me and my patients.
3D planning and morphing software have made a great difference in considering expectation of outcome. Great advances in rhinoplasty surgical equipment for precision in technique have also helped, but I guess its clinical experience above all that delivers the result.
The surgery is precise and artistic, and incorporates an anticipation of the three stages of rhinoplasty – planning, surgery, and recovery. Jonathan brings a complete understanding of the behaviour of the lining, framework, and ‘envelope’ of the nose to surgical planning and technique – required to bring about a balanced and harmonious result.
Procedures take from one to three hours and clients can expect to resume life as normal in four to six weeks with one to two weeks away from work. A cast may be worn if framework change is undertaken, and this may be required for seven to ten days after surgery.