Rhinoplasty or nose job is conducted to improve the structure of your nose. If you are not satisfied with the structure of your nose, experiencing some breathing problems due to the narrow structure of your nose, your nose is deformed or its shape is not normal due to any sort of birth defect then rhinoplasty or nose job is the only plastic surgery treatment that can help you resolve all these issues. Rhinoplasty or nose job treatment will not only provide you with a perfect nose but it will also enhance your beauty.
THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND BEFORE GETTING A RHINOPLASTY OR NOSE JOB
We possess a team of the best plastic surgeons that will provide you with a perfect nose with minimum pain and trouble. At first, you need to get an appointment with one of our plastic surgeons. During the initial meeting, the surgeon will take your medical history and conduct an evaluation of your nose. He will also evaluate the other parts of your face. After evaluating everything, your plastic surgeon will inform you about the type of surgery you require, and the risks involved in the surgery if any.
WHAT HAPPENS DURING THE RHINOPLASTY OR NOSE JOB?
Rhinoplasty or nose job is not considered to be a complicated issue due to which you might possibly be able to go home right after having the surgery. Depending on the nature of the rhinoplasty or nose job, your surgeon will provide you with either general anesthesia or local anesthesia. The surgeon will then make the incisions inside the nostrils or at the base of the nose. After making the incision, he will rearrange the inner bone of your nose in order to improve its structure.
AFTER THE RHINOPLASTY OR NOSE JOB PROCEDURE
You will be required to wear a nasal splint after the surgery in order to quicken the healing process. You might also experience some swelling which will subside a few days after the surgery.
Rhinoplasty is the reshaping of the nose. It can be performed on an outpatient basis under local or general anesthesia. The procedure usually takes an hour or two, although a complicated procedure may take longer. Most incisions are made inside the nose, where they are invisible. The skin and tissues of the nose along with the underlying bone and cartilage are sculpted by the surgeon to your desired new shape.
If your nose is too large, for example, your surgeon may sculpt away cartilage to reduce its size. Noses that point up or droop down can be redirected by trimming the septum which divides the two nasal passages. Skin can be removed from both sides of the nostrils at the center, to narrow the base of the nose. Sometimes the contour can be improved by adding tissue.
In most cases, the incision for rhinoplasty is placed inside the nose with no visible scarring. Rhinoplasty is an ambulatory (general or local anesthesia) operation taking 2 to 3 hours. For 5 to 8 days a small splint will be placed on your nose to protect it. You may experience bruising and minor swelling in the eye area. Dressing and splints are usually removed six or seven days after surgery.
Rhinoplasty/rhinoseptoplasty is a plastic surgery procedure to reshape the nose. Commonly referred to as a nose job, rhinoplasty can correct several cosmetic issues this surgery can have a subtle or dramatic effect on your face.
a septoplasty is a surgery to help clear airway issues and is often combined with rhinoplasty.
Rhinoplasty is a plastic surgery procedure dealing with cosemetic issues only where as a rhinoseptoplasty deals with cosmetic issues as well as airway issues
A nosejob is the common name for rhinoplasty the cosmetic surgery.
Rhinoplasty can be performed on anyone, in good health. It is recommended that people do not have a rhinoplasty / nosejob procedure until they have fully grown because they nose shape can continue to grow. A qualified rhinoplasty surgeon will thoroughly evaluate the rhinoplasty candidate to make sure they are a suitable candidate.
Any person may want a subtle or dramatic change to the shape of his/her nose. This may very well be a needed change or it may be an unrealistic demand. Your surgeon will help you achieve a realistic expectation of the final outcome based on the existing shape and the desired look.
Rhinoplasty procedures are considered safe and hundreds of thousands rhinoplasty surgeries are performed every year without complication, but every surgical procedure is associated with a risk for complication that the patient must be aware of. An adverse reaction to anesthesia is always a risk factor with rhinoplasty, in addition to hematoma and tiny, red spots after the procedure that are usually minor but permanent. Your surgeon should always review all the risk factors prior to the procedure.