A Rhinoplasty, known as well as nose job, is a cosmetic and plastic surgery common procedure for correcting and reconstructing the form, restoring the functions, and aesthetically enhancing the nose.

There are various reasons for patients to have a rhinoplasty performed : respiratory impediment (during the night), congenital defect, lack of self-esteem, injuries due to blast, blunt etc. Should you wish to have a rhinoplasty, we recommend that you envisage with your plastic surgeon a potential light cosmetic surgery of your mouth as both are linked from an aesthetic's perspective. You may then search for "rhynoplasty" AND "lip augmentation" or "lip reduction". The surgeon will perform incisions made inside the nose, where they are invisible. In some cases, an incision is made in the area of skin separating the nostrils. Next, the underlying bone and cartilage is reduced, augmented or rearranged to create a newly shaped structure. If any portion of the nose appears disproportionately small, cartilage or soft tissue grafts can be placed to create better harmony. The angles of the nose in relation to the upper lip or the forehead can also be altered by further sculpting the nasal support structure.

Time Management

Shall I expect pain after nasal surgery ? Upon completion of the surgery, you will be monitored in the post anesthesia recovery area until you feel well enough for discharge home, most of the time this is an ambulatory procedure, therefore you may return a couple of hours after surgery. Most of patients do not experience any significant pain, however, analgesic medications can be given as needed for post operative discomfort. Whether packing is placed in the nose or not, most patients will comment that their nasal breathing is limited in the first few days after surgery. This is a result of intranasal swelling and as the swelling subsides, the breathing improves.

Read more and ask our technical FAQ sheet at contact@123.clinic
Ask a Quote for this Treatment Contact

Find Clinic for This Treatment