Rhinoplasty or nose reshaping procedure enhances the size and shape of your nose in a way to achieve better facial balance. The procedure is sought after by both men and women, to correct faults in the shape and structure of the nose.
Rhinoplasty – An Easy Way to Treat Nose Deformities
Rhinoplasty procedure may be considered
• to correct a broken nose
• to correct birth defects of the nose
• to clear nasal obstruction
• to alter the tip of the nose
• to correct bumps, indentations
• to correct nasal asymmetry and deviation
During the procedure, the incisions are made inside the nose or under the nasal septum. After the procedure, the nose is taped with steri-strips (slightly stretchy paper tape). These are covered with a molded plastic splint. You will need to keep these tapes and splint for seven days after the surgery. After this, these can be removed. In some cases, it may be necessary to re-tape the nose for some more days.
The ideal candidates for nose surgery are people who are looking for improvement in the way they look. Age may also be a consideration. The candidate should at be least in his/her mid-teens. For girls, this means 14 to 15 years, and for boys, a little older. At this age, the nasal bone has fully developed, and the shape of the nose is stabilized. Each person's nose is sculpted to their specifications and balanced to their facial proportions, so the end result is very individual and natural.
Choose a Reliable Plastic Surgeon
If considering a rhinoplasty surgery, look for the right plastic surgery center and the right surgeon. The right choice of a practice and surgeon will reduce the chance of any problems occurring later, and also ensure a comfortable time during the procedure and the recovery period. As there are many reputable rhinoplasty cosmetic surgery facilities in the US, you will not find it much difficult to select a reliable surgeon. However, it is essential to have an initial consultation with the surgeon to know more about the procedure.