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RHINOPLASTY (Nose Reshaping Surgery)

Rhinoplasty involves reshaping the nose to enhance its appearance and blend harmoniously with the facial structure. Breathing difficulties due to structural defects in the nose and septum can be corrected simultaneously.
Rhinoplasty involves one or more of the following procedures
  • Elevation of a depressed nose by adding cartilage, bone or artificial implant.
  • Removal of a hump.
  • Correction of a broad tip.
  • Narrowing of width at the root or at the base and nostrils.
  • Elevation of the tip of the nose
Rhinoplasty is done under local or general anaesthesia, as a day-care procedure. Access is via incisions inside the nostrils and through the columella (the skin that separates the nostrils). Once the incisions are made, the skin is lifted away and the necessary changes in the bones, cartilages and soft tissue are made.
Early results are apparent by 3-4 weeks, as the swelling subsides. However, you need to realise that your 'new' nose may take up to six months to adjust to its final profile.

Facial Implants

Implants are used to improve the facial profile. They are commonly used in the chin, jaw and malar region ( cheek bone).
An intra-oral approach is preferred to avoid visible scars. Chin augmentation can sometimes be combined with Rhinoplasty to give a pleasant, well balanced appearance.
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