Aesthetic but also functional nose restoration, to restore the harmony of the face.
The nose is a central sensory element of the person and at the same time a very basic functional organ because it is the principle of our respiratory system.
Rhinoplasty aims to restore the harmony of the face. It is an operation that aims at aesthetic but also functional nose restoration. There is essentially a three-fold procedure involving both the plastic nasal septum and the shrinking of the lower nerve tracts. These are designed not only to show the nose nicely but also to facilitate breathing. Something the patient sees right after the surgery.
With Rhinoplasty in particular are corrected:
Dimensions of the nose in terms of length and width. The profile of the nose, especially the area of the “hump”. Any deviation of the nose skeleton. Respiratory difficulties.
Rhinoplasty is done through incisions located inside the nose. Through these incisions a partial detachment of the skin of the nose is made to allow the surgeon to access the nose skeleton. In selected cases a small incision is made in the lower part of the nose.
Once the bone and cartilaginous skeleton of the nose is exposed, the modifications that are appropriate to your case are made.
If there is a serious problem of deflection of the diaphragm, correction or repair of the nasal septum is made and the aesthetic deformities are corrected in order to achieve a harmonious and functional nose overall. After the indicated modifications are made, the surgical incisions are closed with absorbable sutures. The staying in the clinic is completed in one day and the recovering is fast and painless.
The good pre-operative communication between the patient and the plastic surgeon, the correct information about the operation and its goals lead to success.
Detailed information on your case will be given after your examination by the Plastic Surgeon.