Monday, 31 October 2016

A General Overview Of Rhinoplasty Surgery


Rhinoplasty is done to change the shape of your nose. If you have a too large nose or too small, Rhinoplasty can change the angle of the nose in consistency with your upper lip. It can correct bumps or other defects in the nose.

The surgeons during rhinoplasty, makes incisions to access the bones that support the nose. The incisions are made in such a way that they are not visible after the surgery. Some bone and cartilage may be removed as per the requirement or tissue may be added.


What Rhinoplasty can carry out?
Rhinoplasty is performed to address an aesthetic imperfection in the nose. Common rhinoplasty goals include:
•    Smooth a smack on the top of the nose
•    Correct an off-center asymmetrical nose
•    Refine the nostrils
•    Fix asymmetry

What are the types of Rhinoplasty?
Rhinoplasty is always made to order to the unique functional needs of the patient. If it happens you do not like your nose surgery, another type of rhinoplasty procedure, called revision rhinoplasty, will repair the results of a previous nose surgery.

Open Rhinoplasty: This is mainly used for major nose reshaping. In the vertical strip of skin called the columella, incisions are made. For the visibility, the skin and soft tissue are lifted.

Closed Rhinoplasty: This type is used for minor nose reshaping. Incisions can be made within the nose. The skin of the nose is done apart from bone and cartilage. These can be removed, reshaped, augmented to achieve the desired new shape.

Secondary Rhinoplasty: This is performed to correct problems after a previous nose surgery. The problems may be more complicated which makes the secondary rhinoplasty more difficult.

Filler Rhinoplasty: This involves the use of injectable fillers to “fill” depressions or change the angle of the tip of the nose to restore symmetry but injectable fillers do not offer permanent results.
Risks Involved

If proper care is not taken there are some prominent risks of this surgery procedures like infection, bleeding and adverse reaction. Other potential risks include:
a) Recurring nosebleeds
b) Uneven looking nose
c) Difficulty in breathing
d) Discoloring of the nose
e) Scarring
f) Septum perforation

During The Procedure
Choose the best anesthesia for you:
a) Local anesthesia with sedation
b) General anesthesia

After The Procedure
You will keep you head slightly raised and rest above that will lower chances of bleeding and swelling. To reduce the chances of swelling and bleeding, you may have to:
•    Avoid tiring activities
•    Avoid blowing your nose
•    Eat foods rich in fiber
•    Avoid smiling and laughing a lot

Be sure to check with your insurance company for any compensation on the surgery.

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