When it comes to nose surgery, not only nose aesthetics should come to mind. Most of our patients may have additional problems affecting breathing. The most common of these are deviation of the septum and turbinate problems. The cartilaginous partition called septum in the nose can sometimes be curved due to traumatic effects and sometimes genetically, which is a problem that seriously affects our breathing. Again, the structures we call concha are responsible for heating and humidifying the air we take from the nose. However, sometimes when these turbinates become too large, it is called concha hypertrophy and can lead to nasal congestion. Apart from these, in cases of nasal polyposis or chronic sinusitis, functional endoscopic sinus surgeries are among the functional nose surgeries we frequently perform and can be performed in the same session with rhinoplasty. Again, in patients with problems such as snoring and sleep apnea, snoring surgery can be performed by intervening in structures such as soft palate and tongue root.