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Revision rhinoplasty General Plastic Surgeon or Facial Specialist ENT

22 July 2020 Articles
Revision rhinoplasty General Plastic Surgeon or Facial Specialist ENT Revision rhinoplasty or a secondary rhinoplasty is the performance of another ...
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DEPRESSION AFTER RHINOPLASTY

16 June 2020 Articles
DEPRESSION AFTER RHINOPLASTY It’s normal to feel a kind of emotional rush just before having rhinoplasty. The result of months of ...
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Best revision rhinoplasty surgeon in Iran

15 June 2020 Articles
REVISION RHINOPLASTY If you’ve just had a rhinoplasty, you may be thrilled with your results, even before the swelling has ...
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rhinoplasty definition and purpose

14 June 2020 Articles
Rhinoplasty Definition The term rhinoplasty means “nose molding” or “nose forming.” It refers to a procedure in plastic surgery in which the structure of the nose is changed. The change can be made by adding or removing bone or cartilage, grafting tissue from another part of the body, or implanting synthetic material to alter the shape of the nose. Rhinoplasty is the most frequently performed cosmetic surgical procedure in the United States as of the early 2000s. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), 356,554 rhinoplasties were performed in the United States in 2003, compared to 254,140 breast augmentations and 128,667 facelifts. Purpose Rhinoplasty is most often performed for cosmetic reasons. A nose that is too large, crooked, misshapen, malformed at birth, or deformed by an injury or cancer surgery can be given a more pleasing appearance. If breathing is impaired due to the form of the nose or to an injury, it can often be improved with rhinoplasty. Precautions The best candidates for rhinoplasty are those with relatively minor deformities. Nasal anatomy and proportions are quite varied and the final look of any rhinoplasty operation is the result of the patient’s anatomy, as well as of the surgeon’s skill. The quality of the skin plays a major role in the outcome of rhinoplasty. Patients with extremely thick skin may not see a definite change in the underlying bone structure after surgery. On the other hand, thin skin provides almost no cushion to hide the most minor of bone irregularities or imperfections. A cosmetic change in the shape of the nose will change a person’s appearance, but it will not change self-image. A person who expects a different lifestyle after rhinoplasty is likely to be disappointed. Rhinoplasty should not be performed until the pubertal growth spurt is complete, between ages 14-15 for girls and older for boys. The cost of rhinoplasty depends on the difficulty of the work required and on the specialist chosen. A rhinoplasty done only to change a person’s appearance is not usually covered by insurance. Description The external nose is composed of a series of interrelated parts which include the skin, the bony pyramid, cartilage, and the tip of the nose, which is both cartilage and skin. The strip of skin separating the nostrils is called the columella. Surgical approaches to nasal reconstruction are varied. Internal rhinoplasty involves making all incisions inside the nasal cavity. The external or “open” technique involves a skin incision across the base of the nasal columella. An external incision allows the surgeon to expose the bone and cartilage more fully and is most often used for complicated procedures. During surgery, the surgeon will separate the skin from the bone and cartilage support. The framework of the nose is then reshaped in the desired form. Shape can be altered by removing bone, cartilage, or skin. The remaining skin is then replaced over the new framework. If the procedure requires adding to the structure of the nose, the donated bone, cartilage, or skin can come from the patient or from a synthetic source. When the operation is over, the surgeon will apply a splint to help the bones maintain their new shape. The nose may also be packed, or stuffed with a dressing, to help stabilize the septum.  When a local anesthetic is used, light sedation is usually given first, after which the operative area is numbed. It will remain insensitive to pain for the length of the surgery. A general anesthetic is used for lengthy or complex procedures or if the doctor and patient agree that it is the best option. ...
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The Use of Cartilage Grafts in Primary and Revision Rhinoplasty

The Use of Cartilage Grafts in Primary and Revision Rhinoplasty

10 June 2020 Articles
The Use of Cartilage Grafts in Primary and Revision Rhinoplasty Patients often express their concern about the use of cartilage ...
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how long dose it take to see the final result of rhinoplasty?

2 June 2020 Articles
how long dose it take to see the final result of rhinoplasty Fort Worth plastic surgeon, Dr.Mohammadimofrad of MP Plastic Surgery, ...
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Swelling after rhinoplasty

1 June 2020 Articles
  swelling after rhinoplasty There are essentially two forms of swelling that take place after rhinoplasty. After a rhinoplasty surgery, there is ...
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some things to avoid after nose job

30 May 2020 Articles
some things to avoid after nose job A rhinoplasty procedure can give you results that are dramatic, satisfying, and very positive. But ...
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benefits of Grafting in rhinoplasty ,what do you need to know

27 May 2020 Articles
benefits of Grafting in rhinoplasty ,what do you need to know Advances in grafting techniques have provided the basis for ...
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every thing about thin skin rhinoplasty

23 May 2020 Articles
thin skin rhinoplasty Very small surgical maneuvers will show as significant visible changes in thin skinned patients Rhinoplasty patients with ...
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