RHINOPLASTY (NOSE JOB)
Rhinoplasty, also referred to as nose surgery, is a surgery that changes the shape of the nose. Prospective patients consider rhinoplasty for a variety of reasons. It may be because of difficulty breathing through their nose, an injury that has caused loss of symmetry or a shift in position of the bridge of the nose. Many patients just because they want to enhance their appearance. Nose reshaping can either make your nose smaller (reduction rhinoplasty), or larger and give it more bulk (augmentation rhinoplasty).
Because it is one of the most technically difficult procedures in cosmetic surgery, rhinoplasty requires a strong sense of aesthetics coupled with a profound understanding of anatomy to provide an attractive, natural-looking nose that functions properly.
Some things you must know about rhinoplasty:
- state-of-the-art rhinoplasty can transform a misshapen nose, sometimes dramatically, but the basic architecture can only change so much;
- although you may desire a specific style, a nose that looks great on someone else may look awkward on you. One size definitely does not fit all;
- all good rhinoplasty outcomes have at least one thing in common — a natural appearance. The most attractive nose is one that is in harmony with your other facial features. It should blend in, not stand out;
- great surgical skills alone do not guarantee a good outcome. Good tissue and favorable healing responses are also necessary for a successful rhinoplasty. Bad genes can ruin even the most skillful surgery, especially when combined with weak cartilage and poor skin;
- in most cases, surgical swelling will distort the nose for several months after surgery. Even good results may look disappointing at first, particularly if you have thick sebaceous skin or significant acne, so be patient;
- revision surgery is sometimes appropriate to touch up a minor imperfection, but the risk of complex revision rhinoplasty is only justified for repairing a misshapen or poorly breathing nose. Revision rhinoplasty is considerably more complicated, far more costly, and often less effective than a first-time (primary) rhinoplasty — so take the time to research your options and make a thoughtful decision.
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