Contrary to what many people assume, the surgical ‘nose job’ is not a vanity procedure. Keep in mind that your face is part of the first impression, which is why many people are unhappy about their nose. It’s not uncommon for people to be unhappy about their nose’s shape, size, contour, and symmetry. If you don’t like how your nose looks, you can change its appearance via a surgery known as rhinoplasty.
This is a more complex operation than Open Rhinoplasty, but a minimally invasive, more aesthetic result is achieved without stitches on the outer part of the nose. The result of Closed Rhinoplasty is changes in nose size, nostrils and correct nose symmetry, as well as a faster recovery period (compared to Open Rhinoplasty)
Septoplasty is a cosmetic procedure that reduces or eliminates nasal airway obstruction by modifying the septum. The septum is an anatomical structure in the nose that separates the two nostrils. Septoplasty is typically performed to correct a deviated septum, which occurs when one side of the septum extends more than the other side and blocks airflow through one or both of the nose’s openings.
Secondary Rhinoplasty is a cosmetic procedure that is done to enhance the appearance of the nose. It may be done as part of an ongoing treatment plan or after other procedures, such as Rhinoplasty or septoplasty, have been performed. This procedure can be either open or closed, depending on the surgeon’s preference and the patient’s needs. Most patients undergo this procedure to remove scar tissue caused by previous surgeries, reduce a bump on the bridge of their nose that may have occurred during a prior procedure and improve their overall symmetry.
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