The nose is such a prominent feature, but it needs to be compatible and balanced with the other facial features. This is called facial harmony and is made up of your gender, ethnicity, bone structure, facial dimensions, and the aesthetic shape of your face. Your nose must look like it belongs with the rest of your face.
Unfortunately, yours probably doesn’t.
Our patients find that their new nose gives them a significant boost in their self-confidence since they’re no longer embarrassed about it. Some also find that they experience a remarkable improvement in their breathing ability and don’t snore as much anymore.
Rhinoplasty is one of the most difficult cosmetic procedures to perform, not only because your nose is so visible, but also because it’s such a central and identifying facial feature. Even the subtlest of changes can make a huge impact on your appearance, to the point that people can no longer recognize you. You want to change your nose for the better but still, look like you. That’s why you must select the right surgeon to perform your surgery.
Let’s learn how a Nose Surgery, Nose Job, or Rhinoplasty procedure is done!
Occasionally, other than appearance problems there may be internal problems, such as polyps, nasal septal deviation, and enlargement of the nasal aorta. In these cases, in addition to treating the problem, one can think of cosmetic surgery, but only with the approval of a specialist in otolaryngology. Up to this point, we have come up with several reasons to believe that you need to go to a specialist plastic surgeon to get a good result in cosmetic nose surgery. The following are the pros and cons that should be respected before and after nose surgery.
You should know that Rhinoplasty is performed both open and closed. Rhinoplasty is a procedure in which we make a delicate incision between the nostrils, where the skin is easily lifted from the nose, but the closed procedure involves cutting through the nose. However, in both methods, the skin is separated from the nasal skeleton because it is necessary to access the nasal skeleton. Each of the open and closed nose procedures has advantages that we will be mentioned below.
In open Rhinoplasty, the doctor has better vision and therefore he can make the necessary adjustments more easily. But this is not possible in closed surgery. In open surgery, the ability to perform surgery on difficult noses and inserting cartilage and bone grafts or dentures is easier.
For which kinds of noses are closed and open Rhinoplasty recommended?
If the nasal defects are mild and limited to bone prominence (hunch) or cartilaginous prominence and the tip of the nose requires limited action, closed technique is preferred, but in reconstructive surgeries that are most commonly performed secondarily, (for treating traumatic deformities such as nasal congestion) an open surgery is better. In broiler nose surgery, an open surgery would be more appropriate since there is often a need for augmentation and reconstruction to form the weak cartilage.
Certainly the physician’s opinion is the first thing to consider when examining a person’s condition, but overall anesthesia is better than topical anesthesia if all standards are met.
Your physical condition must be ready for this surgery, so provide and maintain the following conditions:
During the first few days after surgery, any impact on the nose should be avoided.
You may be disappointed after the surgery at first! But with the swelling gone, your new nose will gradually appear! It will no longer be the focus of attention on your face because it will match the rest of your face. You will notice that when you talk to others, they do not stare at your nose because it no longer attracts attention. Your nose will fit your face the way you wanted it to!