Rhinoplasty surgery–What happens during the surgery?

Rhinoplasty surgery–What happens during the surgery?

Rhinoplasty surgery is performed to reshape the nose. It can change the angle of the nose in proportion to the upper lip, correct bumps, defects and other indentations, make the nose smaller or large and alter the nose’s tip.

While performing the surgery, the cosmetic surgeon makes incisions for accessing the cartilage and bones that supports the nose.  These incisions, usually, are made inside the nose so that there are no scars visible after the surgery. On the basis of the result, some tissue might be added (either using a synthetic filler or from other part of the body) or bone and cartilage might be removed. After the cartilage and bones are reshaped, the tissue and skin is re-draped over the structure of the patient’s nose. A splint is put outside the nose for supporting the new shape as it heals.

This kind of surgery can be performed using local or general anesthesia. In most cases, it is performed as an outpatient procedure. It is only in a few cases that a patient is required to stay overnight in the hospital. Surgeons who perform this type of surgery should be well-qualified, trained, experienced and skilled.  Scheduling an appointment with a cosmetic surgeon in Delhi, India is one of the best ways to learn about the nose surgery cost.

Why nose surgery is performed?

There are different reasons for people to undergo rhinoplasty. It can alter the shape, angle and size of your nose and bring it in proportion to the rest of your face improving your look.  It can also correct structural and functional problems that might be the cause for breathing and chronic congestion problems.

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