Rhinoplasty can be performed on older adults, but it’s important to keep in mind that the recovery time may be longer, and the skin may not heal as quickly or as well as in younger patients. As we age, our skin loses collagen and elasticity, which can make it more difficult for the skin to bounce back after surgery. Additionally, older adults may have other health conditions that need to be taken into account before undergoing surgery. However, rhinoplasty can be still a good option for older adults who are in good health and have realistic expectations for the final outcome. It’s also important for older adults to have a realistic understanding of the procedure and its potential risks and benefits. It is essential for older adults to have a consultation with an experienced surgeon, who will evaluate your health and goals to determine if rhinoplasty is a suitable option for you.