Surgical Nose Reshaping

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    Surgical Nose Reshaping

    Surgical Nose Reshaping is medically known as Rhinoplasty. As the name suggests, the surgery involves changing the nose shape. The reason to go in for Rhinoplasty is to enhance the aesthetic look of the nose or the face. The shape, size, and proportion of the nose are changed by surgery. Some people need to go under the knife to tackle breathing-related issues or rectify birth-related defects or deformities. In nose reshaping surgery, it is possible to change the skin, bone or cartilage or all three. 

    Possible Causes

    Most people undergo reshaping for cosmetic reasons like a deviated septum, cleft palate, etc. However, it can be done for medical reasons as well.

    Risk Factors

    Some of the risks associated with the surgical reshaping of the nose are:

    • Anesthesia risk
    • Infection
    • Scarring
    • Skin discoloration
    • Unsatisfactory results

    Signs and Symptoms

    Surgical reshaping of the nose can be performed for correcting the following issues:

    • Imbalance in nose size in correlation to face
    • Visible depression or elevation in the bridge
    • Broad, wide, or inclined nostrils
    • Sagging, twisted, or swollen nose tip
    • Asymmetry of the nasal septum

    Diagnosis

    During your early visits, the surgeon is likely to conduct the following examinations:

    • Physical examination
    • Review medical history
    • Discuss your expectation
    • Photographs
    • Imaging

    Treatment Options at 7DMC

    Our expert surgeons first understand the patient’s personal goals and why they wish to go in for surgical nose reshaping. 

    • They find out from the patient the aspects of their nose that bother them and what they wish to achieve. 
    • They then study the nose and dwell upon the facial features and overall health of the patient. 
    • Accordingly, they prepare a personalized reshaping surgery plan for the patient. 
    • Our plastic surgeons inform the patients about the expected results, risks involved, recovery time, and the costs during subsequent meetings.

    At our Department of Plastic Surgery, licensed plastic surgeons ensure top-quality surgical services supported by immaculate patient care services.

    • Preparing for the surgery
    • Patients are advised not to consume anti-inflammatory medicines and supplements.
    • Smoking and alcohol must be avoided at least two weeks before the surgery
    • It is advised to use of sunscreen with SPF 30 or more.
    • During the surgery
    • The procedure is an outpatient procedure and takes about one to three hours.
    • It is done with the help of local anesthesia.
    • The surgeon creates incisions at the base of the nose and within the nostril since it is an invasive procedure.
    • The cartilage and inner bone are given the desired shape, and stitches are done. 
    • Post-surgery
    • Patients are usually advised to wear a nasal splint right after the surgery.
    • Patients have bruises and swelling in and around the eyes and nose post-surgery.
    • Patients are advised to avoid arduous physical activities and exercises at least 3 to 6 weeks post-surgery. 
    • Avoid smoking and alcohol for at least two weeks after surgery.
    FAQs

    Frequently asked questions

    • Patients with a deviated septum can go in for corrective measures through Rhinoplasty.
    • People with asymmetrical nose
    • People with huge or upturned nostrils.
    • People with hooked or bulging nose tips.
    • People with baggy or inverted nose tips.
    • People who have recessive or humps on their nose bridge.
    • People with bigger or smaller nose sizes and shapes disrupt the facial balance.
    • Visual aesthetics of the face and the nose.
    • Dent-less and smooth nose.
    • Helps enhance confidence
    • Help make breathing seamless.
    • Open Nose correction: This sort of incision is generally done in the skin. The surgeon can see the anatomy of the nose easily.
    • Closed Nose correction: This surgical style is recommended for nasal bridge surgery because the incisions are concealed.
    • Correcting Revision Nose: It is a second operation to fix problems not resolved during the first surgery.