Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)
Rhinoplasty is the name given to surgical operations performed to change the shape of the nose. Reasons for having a rhinoplasty include changing the physical appearance of the nose to repair deformities from an injury or to correct a birth defect, to improve some breathing difficulties and make breathing easier. In some cases, both breathing difficulties and physical appearance may be among the reasons behind choosing rhinoplasty.
Rhinoplasty can change the bone, cartilage tissue, skin layer, or all three, as deemed necessary. When planning a rhinoplasty, the rhinoplasty surgeon will consider other features of the individual's face, the skin in the nose, and what the individual wants to change. For candidates who are deemed suitable for rhinoplasty, the rhinoplasty surgeon will develop a personalized plan for them. As with all major surgeries, rhinoplasty carries various risks. With major surgery, there are always risks of infection, bleeding, and a negative reaction to anesthesia.
Rhinoplasty is not a simple but challenging surgery. There are many reasons for this. First of all, the nose is a three-dimensional and complex shape in the center of the face. Although the changes made during rhinoplasty are very small, these changes can make a big difference in the appearance and functioning of the nose. Since these changes are small, the margin of error is also high. After surgery, it should be remembered that the nose, like the rest of the body, changes throughout life. It is difficult to say when the final desired result will be achieved. However, most of the swelling will usually disappear within a year. For this reason, it is recommended to wait at least one year, even in cases where a second operation is necessary.
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