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s the most wanted nose surgery. Every year half million people interested in improving the appearance of their nose have a consultation with a plastic surgeon.

Some are not happy with the shape of the nose they were born with, but in some cases they had an accident and their nose was affected, and some have respiratory problems due to the shape of their nose.

The shape and size of the nose has the biggest impact on the appearance of a face and a change in it can improve the appearance very much.

If you have asked yourself how a nose surgery or rhynoplasty can improve your appearance, your self-esteem and health, you need to know more about how this surgery is done and what you can expect. Any brochure can answer all your questions, but this way you can find some answers. A successful facial plastic surgery is the result of a good patient-doctor relationship. Confidence should be based in real expectations and good medical experience. Your surgeon will answer all of your specific questions about your particular needs.

re you a candidate for RHYNOPLASTY?

As in any facial plastic surgery the prerequisites are good health and realistic expectations. It is important to understand nose surgery. The objective is to improve the appearance of the nose, harmonizing it with the other facial features. There is no perfect rhynoplasty.

The type of skin, ethnic features and age are important factors that should be discussed with the surgeon. Rhynoplasty with aesthetic purpose shall be practiced when the nose reached its full size, which is normally between fifteen and sixteen years of age, except in cases where respiration is difficult due to nose problems.

efore you decide to undergo a rhynoplasty, ask your surgeon if he thinks you need some additional surgery to improve the total appearance of your face. Many patients like to enlarge their chin along with a rhynoplasty to obtain the proper balance of their facial profile.

How is Rhynoplasty done?

Rhynoplasty means “nose modeling”. First the doctor makes some incisions inside the nose to allow detaching of the skin from the bone or cartilage structure. Most of the incisions are made inside the nose where they will be invisible. In some cases external incisions will be needed around the nostrils. Next, some parts of the cartilage and bone are dried or re-accommodated to give a new form to the structure. For example, when the tip of the nose is very long, the surgeon can carve the cartilage in that area to reduce its size.

he angle that forms the nose and the upper lip can be modified to get a younger look or to correct a deformity. Later on, the skin is replaced on the new structure and the incisions are closed.

ferula is placed in the external part of the nose, which will protect the new nose form while it begins to heal. A soft material can be placed inside the nose to keep the stability of the wall that divides the septum. In general, risk factors in a rhynoplasty are minor, and your doctor will discuss them with you before the operation.

What can you expect after the nose surgery?

A small ferula will be placed on your nose to protect it and keep the structure stable for five to eight days. If a soft material is placed inside the nose during the surgery, the material will be withdrawn in the fist days after the operation. Your face will swell a little, especially during the first days after the surgery; maybe an analgesic will be necessary. During this period of time, you can experiment a slight inflammation around the eyes; to fade this inflammation use ice compresses. In general, stitches are absorbable.

andages and intranasal plugs are generally withdrawn around the first week after the surgery. It is important that you follow the instructions of your doctor, especially to keep your face elevated immediately after the operation, avoid physical activities, sun exposure, efforts and any risk of a traumatic contusion. If you use glasses, you should modify them to be sure they do not touch the bridge of the nose. In some cases the patient should use some kind of bandage to use glasses without affecting the operation.


The information this website provides it's for educational and orientation purposes.
It doesn't seek to give or to offer any diagnosis matter that which it is only possible through direct medical consultation.

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