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Plastic, reconstructive, and aesthetic surgery encompasses a wide range of aesthetic and functional procedures that affect the entire body, from the head to the toes. Plastic surgery focuses on how professional surgeons can restore, change, or recreate portions of the human body’s physical appearance. Some plastic surgery procedures are necessary due to injuries, cancer treatment, or congenital abnormalities, while others are optional.
A nose job (also known as a rhinoplasty) is nose surgery that alters the form or function of the nose. Nose jobs can be performed to improve your appearance or for medical reasons. Some patients may require surgery to correct an issue with the cartilage that separates one nostril from the other, for example. Others may just wish to alter the size or form of their nose.
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Our surgeon will evaluate your other facial characteristics, the skin on your nose, and what you want to change while considering rhinoplasty. If you’re a surgical candidate, the specialist surgeon will create a unique treatment plan for you. With the best infrastructure and personnel, Medica’s team of skilled cosmetic and reconstructive surgeons makes our patients’ dreams into reality. Our surgeons are skilled and experienced in using the most up-to-date techniques to give our patients the finest possible results.
Why is it Done?
The size, shape, and proportions of your nose, all can be altered through rhinoplasty. It may be used to fix abnormalities caused by an injury, cure a congenital condition, or alleviate breathing problems.
Rhinoplasty or a nose job is one of the most common cosmetic procedures in the world
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Rhinoplasty can be performed either inside your nose or by a small external cut (incision) between your nostrils at the base of your nose. The bone and cartilage beneath your skin will most likely be realigned by your surgeon.
Depending on how much needs to be removed or added, the structure of your nose, and the materials available, your surgeon can alter the form of your nasal bones or cartilage in a variety of ways. The surgeon may use cartilage from deeper inside your nose or from your ear for minor modifications. The surgeon can utilize cartilage from your rib, implants, or bone from other parts of your body to make greater alterations. After making these adjustments, the surgeon closes the incisions in your nose and replaces the skin and tissue.
What to Expect After the Surgery?
In the vast majority of cases, rhinoplasty is performed as an outpatient procedure, and the patient should be provided extensive written and oral instructions for aftercare to help avoid complications. The patient should be seen on the first postoperative day and one week after surgery, if possible. The one-day post-surgery appointment can be utilized to go over what was done, what to expect over the next week, and to make sure the patient doesn’t have any acute issues like active hemorrhage or septal hematoma. For the first follow-up appointment, many surgeons choose to wait one week.
Rhinoplasty, like any major surgery, carries risks such as:
- An adverse anesthetic
Changes in the structure of your nose, commonly measured in millimeters, can have a significant impact on how it looks. Most of the time, a skilled surgeon can provide results that are satisfactory to both of you. However, in some circumstances, the little alterations are insufficient, and you and your surgeon may opt to do a second operation to make additional improvements. If this is the case, you will need to wait at least a year for the follow-up operation, as your nose may change over that period.