March 23, 2023

Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure to improve the appearance of your nose. Our plastic surgeons can help you reshape your nose to enhance the look of your face, and breathing problems.

Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that reshapes and improves the function of the nose. It can be a simple procedure or complex, depending on patient preference and the surgeon’s expertise. A rhinoplasty is best suitable to patients who have breathing problems cause by persistent nostril bend.

Rhinoplasty treatment allows for a new aesthetic look to be create. This is also known as a nose job. By changing the size and shape of your nose, it will improve your breathing, which can help you breathe better through your nose. During a rhinoplasty procedure, surgeons may place either a cartilage graft or bone graft under the skin where your original septum once was to give you a more defined nose.

In rhinoplasty (nose enhancement), cosmetic surgeons commonly perform a variety of techniques to enhance the appearance of the nose. These include cartilage grafting, reduction or elongation as well as reshaping and narrowing. In some cases, these procedures can be combine to create a more natural aesthetic outcome without changing features such as age or gender.

Learn about top four rhinoplasty treatments, and see what your surgeon considers to be adequate success.

Closed Rhinoplasty Treatment

You’ll feel rejuvenated and in good health after your nose surgery. In the close form of correction, incisions inside the rim of a patient’s nostril are made. To correct breathing problems, these incisions are closed and reshape by surgeons.

The closed approach, which uses small incisions in the nostril that completely hide the operation from view, is performing under general or local anesthesia with intravenous sedation. This allows the surgeon to correct breathing problems without disrupting facial features. Afterwards, the soft nose tissues and underlying structures will be restore. Your surgeon will carefully fracture your nasal bones to reduce the size of your nose. They may use grafts or other materials to build up your nose or create a new one. Closed rhinoplasty offers the same cosmetic results as an open approach, but with a lower risk of visible scarring.

Open Rhinoplasty Treatment

In this procedure, your surgeon makes an incision across the columella which is the small strip of skin that rests between your nostrils. This allows your surgeon to lift the skin off the tip of your nose and shape the cartilage and bone in your nose very precisely.

You can expect to have a small, almost unnoticeable scar on the underside of your nose. Thick-skinned people in particular are more prone to scarring.

Natural Rhinoplasty Treatment

With rhinoplasty, surgeons have an opportunity to create a new nose that is more natural and balanced with the rest of the facial features. They can also elongate or reduce the size of your nose, making it appear smaller or larger than it actually is.

For many people, a rhinoplasty procedure is needed to make a natural appearance possible. Wherever possible, the nose is remodeled and reshaped in ways that best suit the person’s face. This type of surgery may include grafts that allow the scaring on the outside of your nose to be remove. As well as reshaping nostrils, we also make sure that breathing passages are free flowing so you can breathe more easily throughout the day.

Today’s rhinoplasty procedures have evolved to be more reconstructive and less aggressive. The goal is to reshape the structure of the nose and support breathing passages as much as possible while preserving nasal tissue. Wherever necessary, grafts are used to support the nose and open up breathing passages.

Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

Non-surgical rhinoplasty is a procedure that improves the appearance and function of your nose. The results are almost instant, with medical professionals administering anesthesia and carefully placing the tip of your nose. There are no risks or complications associated with this minimally invasive surgery.

The procedure is completely reversible. The final results are immediate, and most patients will require a touch up after two years.

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