Rhinoplasty for an Attractive Nose to Improve
If you or someone you know is thinking about having a
Rhinoplasty done for corrective or cosmetic purposes, there are a few things that will help you feel more prepared
for such a procedure. These include
the basics of the surgery, contraindications, cost, and complications. There are many different reasons that a nose surgery
such as rhinoplasty is important to an individual, those with medical conditions mostly, to allow the respiratory
and digestive systems in the body work correctly. However, rhinoplasty is mainly performed for cosmetic reasons,
cosmetic surgery. Rhinoplasty is not forcedly an anti aging procedure.
Often, the patient is allowed to immediately return home after the surgery, as a
rhinoplasty is an outpatient procedure that lasts one to two hours. Because there is potentially a lot of pain involved
in the procedure, the patient will be administered anesthesia.
The surgeon will then carefully cut away the skin to expose what bone and cartilage
are underneath. These body elements
can then be manipulated in order to shape the kind of nose that will be best for the
patient. Most often, this
shape has been discussed between the patient and the doctor prior to the surgery.
There are two methods that a surgeon can perform a
rhinoplasty. The method
considered “open” is more extensive, and requires more exposure of the inner bones and muscles of the
nose. The “closed” option is
generally less expensive, and is performed without having to completely expose the bone and muscle on the top
of the nose.
A person undergoing such a procedure will soon find that the entire way that their
face is perceived by others is completely changed following a rhinoplasty. In order to feel satisfied with the
results, the doctor and patient must clearly outline what expectations are realistic. Those with unrealistic expectations will always be
disappointed. Other contraindications to the success of the procedure are allergies to nonautologous material,
herbal supplements, anticoagulants, or NSAIDS taken prior to the surgery
The ultimate expense of the surgical procedure will largely depend on what needed
to be done, thus drawing on individual need of each patient.
A primary open or closed nose surgery may reach
secondary open or closed surgeries will end up costing the patient closer to $6,000-$8,000.
Often, as a patient undergoes rhinoplasty, much stress is put on the skin on and
around the nose. Following the
procedure, it is common to experience small red spots on the skin’s surface, indicating places where small blood
vessels burst. While rhinoplasty
can improve beauty and appearance, there is always a possibility of scarring, though most doctors are skilled
plastic surgeons, and technology allows much to be done in surgery without leaving a lasting mark. If
you experience serious adverse effects or painful symptoms, your Physician will prescribe you an appropriate
treatment to fight against these health issues.