1. What does it involve? Surgery to reshape the nose by altering its size, angle, curves or proportions. This procedure can address problems related to the nostrils and the nasal top as well
2. How much time is taken? Approximately 2-4 hours
3. Does it need Anaesthesia ? General or local with sedation
4. How much is recovery time? Return to work in 10 to 14 days. Strenuous activity after three to six weeks
5. What are risks involved? Bleeding, infection, asymmetry, possible difficulty in breathing and complications related to anaesthesia in some rare cases. A successive procedure may be necessary to refine results
6. How long the results last? Permanent, but aging may affect results.
7. What else I need to know? Advanced Rhinoplasty techniques utilize cartilage grafts from within the nose to radically alter the 3 dimensional structure of the nose to suit the desirable grafts from within the nose to radically alter the 3 dimensional structure of the nose to suit the desirable outcome. A small incisi9on on the hanging columella is often used to do more extensive shaping of the nose a technique called as ‘Open Rhinoplasty’

(Rhinoplasty) Nose Reshaping

Rhinoplasty is the technical name given to corrective nose surgery. Its main purpose is to improve facial appearance, although it can also repair nose injuries and cure nasal breathing difficulties. Some people also opt for rhinoplasty to rejuvenate their nose. Ageing sometimes causes a drooping of the nose tip because the fat in this area has been partially absorbed and sometimes because as the skin thins with age it causes the cartilage at the tip to be more prominent. Tilting the tip slightly can create a more youthful appearance.

Candidates for nose reshaping come in two categories: those who seek a rhinoplasty for cosmetic reasons, and those who need one to allow their noses to function naturally. If you are getting a rhinoplasty procedure done this is what you should expect. This procedure is usually done while you are under a general anesthesia

Before scheduling a rhinoplasty procedure discuss the plans the surgeon takes for insurance and find out if your insurance plan will pay for all or a part of this procedure. This way you will know how much money you need to come up with before the surgery is done.

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