Rhinoplasty, also known as nose job or nose reshaping can enhance the facial appearance and balance the proportions of your nose. It is also carried out to get rid of noticeable bumps and depressions on the nose bridge.
A nose job can also help correct enlarged or bulbous nasal tip. People who have large, wide nostrils can also achieve nasal symmetry with the help of Rhinoplasty.
What we would like to achieve by rhinoplasty surgery is a natural and aesthetic nose which is in harmony with the face and can make the respiratory function comfortably.
While the nose is being shaped, deformations of the cartilage and bone structure of the internal anatomy should also be corrected Otherwise, the external appearance will not be good and there may also be respiratory dysfunction.
A patient's face needs to reach skeletal maturity before they can get a rhinoplasty. This normally happens at about age 16 or 17 for girls. It usually happens a year or so later for boys.
2 to 3 hours.
It is performed on conditions of operating room, under general anaesthesia or local anaesthesia with a powerful intravenous sedative.
Surgeons work with each patient to determine the best type of anaesthesia for the patient's needs. With both methods, patients do not feel any discomfort during the surgery.
5 to 7 days for normal activities. 1 to 2 weeks majority of bruising and swelling to reduce. 6 to 12 months for full recovery and final results you should be patient.
For a few days, you might have to wear cast to support the nose as it heals. You will be guided more about post surgery care to avoid the risk of complications during the pre-op consultation with your doctor.
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