Rhinoplasty is one of the most challenging and endeavors a surgeon can undertake. The particular challenge of rhino surgery is to simultaneously face functional and aesthetic aspects in conjunction with handling the very complex anatomical structures of the nasal framework. It’s one of a handful of procedures that requires an abundance of experience to learn and a career to master. The various surgical techniques can alter not only form but also function. A superb aesthetic result means little if there is compromise of normal nasal function. This lecture is designed to form the stepping-off point from which a surgeon should begin his understanding of the procedure. It will address the relevant anatomy, surgical steps and preoperative analysis. Further it will cover different maneuvers that are frequently used to shape the various parts of the nose.