Nose Surgery

Patients’ concerns about their noses are among the most frequent ones heard in a facial plastic surgeon’s practice. When a person’s nose is distracting, the face becomes out of balance, and the eye is instinctively drawn away from other attractive facial characteristics.
For instance, a nose that is proportionate to the rest of the face will always be present on a person with “lovely eyes.” Finding a rhinoplasty surgeon who is knowledgeable about both the cosmetic and functional aspects of nasal anatomy is crucial. It’s crucial that the doctor and patient can communicate well about their respective standards of nasal attractiveness.

The nose not only contributes to one’s aesthetic appeal, but it also has a crucial practical function. We are in fact built to breathe through our nosesWhen compelled to breathe through the mouth, a person feels constrained, appears ill, and appears unwell.
Not only will a well-proportioned nose fit the face, but it will also function as it should.
When considering surgical modification, it is crucial to have a solid understanding of how the inside and exterior of a nose function.

It can be challenging to describe the impact of an operation that would change a person’s nose’s form. The optimal nose for a person’s face may look different to the surgeon than it does to the patient. Although the optimal nasal proportion has been established in terms of aesthetics, each person’s nose must be tailored to fit the rest of their face.
For instance, the nasal bridge of a woman should typically be flat to slightly concave.
Most people would agree that a woman’s convex nasal bridge is masculinizing.
This guideline, however, cannot be utilized in all situations.
The objective is to artistically create a nose that blends flawlessly with the rest of the face and matches the patient’s perception of beauty.
It is crucial for patients and surgeons to communicate before surgery.
It is crucial to use computer imagery to fully explain these ideas.
For more information on computer imaging, please see the section on 3D imaging.

Many of the world’s top authorities in the field taught rhinoplasty procedures to doctors during his residency and fellowship training. There are two broad strategies he employs, notwithstanding the numerous slight modifications, grafts, suturing methods, and cartilage cutting that each surgery involves. He only uses incisions within the nose to execute about 80% of his rhinoplasties. This lessens the possibility of external scarring and hastens the healing process. A closed or endonasal rhinoplasty is the medical term for this method of surgery.

On occasion, an open approach is required since the tissues cannot be elevated off the nose’s structure or the visualization is insufficient. Either an open, open structure or external rhinoplasty is the term used to describe this method. An incision at the base of the nose distinguishes a closed rhinoplasty from an open one. Despite the fact that the incision is visible during the first stage of healing, the eventual scar is hardly detectable.
The surgeon makes the choice of whether to adopt an open or closed technique for each individual instance.