My nose was broken and pushed slightly from the midline when I was 18 and I have hated it ever since. I was hesitant to undergo surgery to correct this because my friends and family had always said it "wasn't that bad". True it wasn't hideous, but glasses never fit me correctly and I was never quite happy with the way it looked from the front (my profile was fine).
Eventually I began to take a serious look at rhinoplasty. Once I had become more familiar with the process, I realized my nose had other slight imperfections as well. Before finally deciding to have the procedure I researched as much as I could. I am also currently studying to become a health professional and have a basic understanding of human anatomy at this point. I cannot stress enough the importance of finding not only a competent surgeon but an EXPERIENCED one as well; even the best surgeons are far more capable now than when they performed their first surgeries.