What is Nose Aesthetics (Rhinoplasty)? To Whom Can It Be Done?

Nose is a vital organ in terms of its shape and role in breathing that we see throughout all moments of the day. The goal of rhinoplasty is to achieve a natural-looking nose that is proportional to the patient's face, whose function is intact, and that the patient is satisfied with. It involves changing the size of the nose, narrowing the width of the nose, removing the bridge of the nose, raising the low nasal tip, reducing and elegantly shaping the wide nasal tip, reshaping the nostrils, correcting the nasal curvature, and relieving respiratory problems. Before the surgery, the patient's medical history is carefully reviewed. The individual's thoughts about her/his nose and expectations from the surgery are learned. You should inform your doctor about the drugs you use and whether or not you smoke.

What is the Rhinoplasty Surgery Procedure?

A doctor consultation is conducted prior to the rhinoplasty procedure, and the anatomy of the nose, nasal cartilage, and nose are examined from the inside. Intranasal photographs are used to evaluate breathing difficulties and sinusitis. Accordingly, the technique that will be used during the surgery is determined. The operation usually takes about 2 hours under general anesthesia. Reconstructive surgical revision surgeries are more likely to take longer. During the surgery, problems in the inner part of the nose (such as breathing problems and sinusitis) are first addressed. The bone structure, nasal cartilage, and septum are then intervened to eliminate these problems if the cartilage structure of the cambered rhinoplasty is damaged.

At What Age Can You Have Rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty can be have done on anyone over the age of 18 who has completed their biological development.

How Long Does It Take for Rhinoplasty to Recovery?

The recovery time following rhinoplasty could vary from person to person. Within a week, general recovery begins. Recovery takes at least 6 months. The edoema fades over time, and a nose that fits the facial structure emerges.

What Should You Look Out For After Nose Surgery?

It is necessary to rest with the positionof the head higher than the chest in the bed to reduce bleeding and swelling after rhinoplasty. The nose may become blocked as a result of swelling or the splints placed during surgery. Spray and other medications prescribed for nasal cleaning and care following rhinoplasty should be used on a regular basis. Glasses should not be worn for the first three months because the nose shape has not yet been completed. Bruises from rhinoplasty usually go away within 7 to 10 days.

How Long Should International Patients Stay For Surgery?

Our patients must stay for a minimum of seven days. Prior to this date, no flight permits will be issued.