Nose job: what you need to know
Nose job: what you need to know
Rhinoplasty is a surgery that is performed to modify the shape of the nose. The reason for this operation may be to change your appearance, improve your breathing, or both.
The nose is made up of bone at the top and cartilage at the bottom. Rhinoplasty can modify bone, cartilage, skin, or all three.
When a patient undergoes rhinoplasty, the surgeon will carefully plan the intervention and consider the patient’s facial characteristics, skin type and expectations so that the result is as expected.
Therefore, the purpose of rhinoplasty is to modify its shape and size to convert it into a more harmonious nose and in line with our facial physiognomy.
When is a rhinoplasty needed?
Rhinoplasty is a cosmetic surgery. It is “needed” when its shape or size does not satisfy us and has a negative impact on us emotionally and socially. Like any cosmetic surgery, it is aimed at improving our self-esteem and making us feel better.
What is ultrasonic rhinoplasty?
Ultrasonic rhinoplasty is a nasal remodeling surgical technique in which high-precision ultrasonic saws and files are used. This technique allows greater control when modeling and cutting the nasal bones.
This type of technique also allows the surgeon to preserve vital structures of the nasal dorsum with the intention of obtaining natural results. All this allows to obtain a better aesthetic result and a faster recovery and with fewer complications in the postoperative period.
Rhinoplasty with laser surgery allows you to increase precision and reduce side effects, as well as recovery times after nose surgery.
Today there is a lot of confusion and misinformation in this regard.
Patients need to know that ultrasonic rhinoplasty differs from conventional rhinoplasty only at the stage of bone fracture. At this point, the conventional instruments are replaced by a newer one; the piezoelectric scalpel or piezotome. An instrument that allows to work the bones of the nose more precisely and with less damage to the soft tissues (skin, subcutaneous tissue or cartilage).
However, the edema or inflammation of these tissues ends up disappearing sooner or later, the surgical result fundamentally depending on the experience and skill of the surgeon.
Postoperative of a Rhinoplasty
After a rhinoplasty, the specialists at Quironsalud Murcia usually put on two splints. A more rigid one during the first week and other softer ones (anti-oedema) for another week. In short, it is two weeks of splinting for the patient.
How long does the nose bleed after rhinoplasty?
Nosebleeds or epixtases after rhinoplasty occur in the immediate postoperative period and not always. It tends to be mild and self-limited, is usually restricted to the first 48-72h and usually occurs after removal of the endonasal packing as a result of scars on an inflamed and congested mucosa after surgery.
How long does rhinoplasty recovery take?
Interventions of this type carried out by professionals in Murcia lead us to say that immediate post-surgical recovery or convalescence is two weeks.
Time in which the tamponade and the external splint are removed. The recovery of our normal life between 4 and 6 weeks, avoiding those contact activities that pose a high risk of nasal trauma.
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