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Rhinoplasty cosmetic surgery

The nose is one of the most distinctive features of a person’s face. Men and women who are dissatisfied with the shape or size of their nose may improve their appearance by means of a surgery procedure called Rhinoplasty.

Rhinoplasty was one of the first- developed plastic surgery procedures and is currently one of the most common of all. Basically, it is a surgery procedure in which the nose deformity is corrected either by removal, repositioning (of the nasal bone) or modeling of the bone or cartilage.

Technique
Rhinoplasty is performed under local anesthesia, combined with a neurolepto-anesthesia. With the former, the patient is insensitive to pain, while with the latter, the patient is given “comfort”, since he/she is not awake during the surgery. There are different types of techniques to perform this surgery, and it is the surgeon who must decide which one will he apply to the nose the patient wishes (and needs). No technique results in visible scars.

The aesthetic goal is to reach harmony and beauty in the face of the patient, but mainly naturalness, without anyone noticing that beauty is the result of a cosmetic surgery. Post- surgery recovery is fast, and the patient can return to his/her home four hours after the surgery is completed. A splint will be applied to the nose, which shall be kept for 7 days.

Nose reconsructive surgery
The origin of nose reconstructive surgery can be traced to ancient times. In the year 400 B.C., in India, nose reconstructions were performed using skin (flap) from the forehead on those who had suffered nose amputation as a result of the commission of a crime. The etiology of nasal defects can be trauma (accidents, burns, etc.), oncology or congenital defects. Basically, nose reconstruction can be made in whole or in part, that is, the whole nasal pyramid can be reconstructed or just part of the skin and/or cartilage or bone skeleton.

It is very important that on a partial reconstruction, the so-called aesthetic units be respected. By aesthetic units we mean, sectors that behave aesthetically as a unit, for example, nasal tip, nasal dorsum, nostrils, etc. In order to correct defects of the skin coverage, the surgeon can use grafts or flaps that are close to the defect (depending on the size and the place where the defect is).

In order to correct defects of the skeleton, septum cartilage grafts, whether auricular or costal (as a last resort), can be used. Total reconstructions generally require more surgery time, depending on the complexity of the reconstruction.

 
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