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NOSE RESHAPING SURGERY IN INDORE
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NOSE RESHAPING SURGERY IN INDORE Contouring is a handy little makeup trick that can help you to create your perfect nose shape Rhinoplasty is the medical name for surgical procedures that some people call a “nose job,” “nose reshaping” or “nasal surgery.” It involves the surgical reconstruction and shaping of the bone and cartilage to enhance the appearance or function of the nose.
Nose surgery is highly individualized, and the exact techniques a cosmetic surgeon will use during a procedure will look a little different each time, depending on a patient’s anatomy and desired changes. In general, however, a cosmetic surgeon’s techniques will fall under one of the following procedural approaches. • Types of Rhinoplasty: - • • Open Rhinoplasty • For an “open” rhinoplasty, a small incision is made under the nasal tip, between the nostrils. This approach allows the cosmetic surgeon more complete access to the nasal structures, where he or she can then sculpt the nose into the desired shape. Because of this increased access, cosmetic surgeons will typically use the open rhinoplasty approach for patients requiring more extensive reshaping. The resulting scars are well-hidden in the natural contours of the nose so they are as inconspicuous as possible. • • Closed Rhinoplasty • For a “closed” rhinoplasty, incisions are made inside the nostril. This approach is most commonly used for patients who need more minor adjustments to the nasal structures to achieve their desired improvements. The advantage of closed rhinoplasty is that there is no visible scarring after surgery; however, this approach may not be suitable for more extensive rhinoplasty procedures. • • Tiplasty • A “tiplasty” refers to the area of reshaping, rather than the incision techniques. As you might have guessed, tiplasty involves reshaping the nasal tip only, without affecting the other nasal structures. Cosmetic surgeons may use the open or closed approach for tiplasty.
Risk: - • As with any major surgery, rhinoplasty carries risks such as: • • Bleeding • Infection • • An adverse reaction to the anesthesia • • Other possible risks specific to rhinoplasty include but are not limited to: • • Difficulty breathing through your nose • • Permanent numbness in and around your nose • • The possibility of an uneven-looking nose • • Pain, discoloration or swelling that may persist • • Scarring • A hole in the septum (septal perforation) • • A need for additional surger
Conclusion: - • Although rhinoplasty is a relatively safe and easy procedure, healing from it can take a while. The tip of your nose is especially sensitive and can remain numb and swollen for months. You might be fully recovered in a few weeks, but some effects can linger for months. It could be a whole year before you can fully appreciate the end result of your surgery. • Get in touch • GBL Hospital AH/31, Senior HIG, PanditDeendayalUpadhyay Nagar,Sukhliya, Indore (m.p.) India • 0731 4998588 • 82698 73300 • email@example.com • www.gblhospital.com