Better known as a nose job, Rhinoplasty surgery is the best way to reshape a broken nose, correct a deviated septum, revise those burden some humps or angles. Rhinoplasty basically improves your nose, whether for functional reason or aesthetic appearance. Deformed noses or mutilated noses can be corrected by rhinoplasty. Our doctors will help you make the right decision as to which nose shape is right for your face if you want aesthetic correction of your nose. rhinoplasty can be closed or open. In the closed rhinoplasty procedure, the incision is inside the nostril. For Some deformities, open rhinoplasty is done where the incision mark is also present in the under surface of the nose(columella).
Do I require admission or Is it an Outpatient procedure?
Usually a stay for a day is suggested.
What are the Side Effects of Rhinoplasty ?
Rhinoplasty side effects can include bruising, swelling, and tenderness.
How Long do Rhinoplasty results last?
Rhinoplasty results are permanent. It is important that as in any cosmetic surgery, the expectation from a rhinoplasty should be realistic.
How long does it take to recover from Rhinoplasty?
A splint/plaster is applied to the nose for about 1-2 weeks. Recovery time from bruising and swelling should take about 2-4 weeks. Your nose will take shape nicely within about 3 months after surgery, final results take about a year after the procedure.
Will my insurance company cover Rhinoplasty?
When a deviated septum, facial trauma, or breathing problems are cause for needing a rhinoplasty surgery, insurance can cover.
How much discomfort is there after Rhinoplasty?
After rhinoplasty, discomfort will be felt temporarily, but can be controlled with prescribed pain medication.
What types of anesthesia is necessary for Rhinoplasty?
Usually general, though local with sedation may be opted for in less severe cases.
What else can I combine Rhinoplasty with?
If required, rhinoplasty surgery may be combined with:
- Chin Augmentation.
- Cheek Implants.
- Cheek/Mid-Face Lift.