Rhinoplastyor ‘nose job’ is a nose reshaping cosmetic surgery which is commonly performed in either women or men. The procedure can be performed for aesthetic reasons or as a corrective procedure for people who have problems in nose breathing. Plastic surgeons maintain very high standards of treatment by employing some of the latest surgical techniques known to them to ensure the perfect form and figure of the nose.
Nose Job for a Pleasing Nasal Appearance
The modern nose job is centered on the principle of remolding the nasal support instead of relying solely on the removal of tissue. This is made possible by combining septoplasty with rhinoplasty. Plastic surgeons modify the septum which lies in the midline of the nasal cavity, separating the two sides. The procedure allows corrections to a deviated septum to allow unrestricted passage for air for improved breathing from both nostrils. This also helps to maintain a pleasing dorsal aesthetic line to give a harmonious appearance between the nasal tip and the forehead.
Rhinoplasty can address different aesthetic complaints of the nose. This includes a high, wide, low or narrow nasal bridge or even a nasal tip which may appear too low, high, large or bulbous.
Risks and complications resulting from rhinoplasty can be minimal if the procedure is performed by highly skilled and experienced plastic surgeons. They can help you attain a balanced nose which is in proportion to the rest of your facial features. Some patients may require a surgical splint to be placed on the nose after the procedure. This can be taken off after 6 days.
Determining the Right Surgical Technique
Rhinoplasty– the nose reshaping cosmetic surgery can be performed by either the open or closed technique. This would be determined by the plastic surgeon after assessing the patient’s condition and understanding their individual needs. No matter which technique is adopted for the challenging procedure, the patients can expect their nose to be structurally stable and naturally beautiful after the procedure.