Rhinoplasty Surgery people often find that their nose is out of proportion to their face, be it too big, wide, or misshapen. Rhinoplasty, or nose surgery, is a popular facial cosmetic surgery that helps reshape the nose by altering the skin, bones, and cartilage.
This operation corrects and reshapes the shape, size, and symmetry of the nose. Improves nasal function by eliminating defects or breathing problems caused by trauma, congenital disabilities, or trauma.
The nose lives in the center of the face and is the most prominent part of the face. Thus it has a crucial influence on the balance and beauty of the face. A disproportionate nose can seriously affect the beauty of the face.
Benefits of Surgical Rhinoplasty
- Improves the appearance, balance, and harmony of the face.
- Eliminates septal curvature problems.
- Corrects the tip of the nose and shrinks the bridge of the nose.
- It gives the nostrils a new shape.
- Improves breathing by correcting a deviating septum.
- Straighten the nose.
- Helps remove a bump on the bridge of the nose.
- Corrects sinus problems by correcting the nasal septum.
- Provides better and better sleep.
- Eliminates snoring problems.
Types of Rhinoplasty
Rhinoplasty can be performed from the external (open tip) approach and the endonasal (closed information) approach. There are also numerous cuts such as interchondral, transcartilaginous, transcolumellar, etc., each designed as a gateway to a specific area of the nasal anatomy. Therefore, surgeon can use these cuts in combination or separately for best results. Rhinoplasty cuts leave no visible scars.
Revision rhinoplasty: Sometimes, a nose job will not produce optimal results, and the patient may want to undergo a second correction procedure. It is technically possible, but it is advisable to take certain precautions. The most important thing is to allow adequate recovery time, at least a year from the date of the first operation. It should also be noted that every action leads to fibrosis in the tissue levels, which makes the second procedure technically more difficult.