NOSE NOSTRIL REDUCTION
Nose Nostril Reduction
Rhinoplasty may remove a bump, narrow nostril width, change the angle between the nose and the mouth, or address injuries, birth defects, or other problems that affect breathing, such as a deviated nasal septum or a sinus condition.
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Why Should I Choose Rhinoplasty Surgery?
As our society becomes more diverse, beauty medicine is emerging from the stereotypes of the past. Today, treatments are increasingly suited to the special needs of all races. Delhi has a large population, so responding to their particular aesthetic concerns has become critical to many of the beauty practices here. One of the most common reasons for Indians to come in is because they are not satisfied with their nose. Most people don’t want the Caucasian’s nose. They want a higher, better-defined bridge, but they don’t want to undergo surgery. Some people just don’t have time to go through the healing process. Some people are worried about the risks involved. Some people can’t afford the cost, while others are afraid to end up with unnatural results.
Usually, Indian noses are lower than the white nose, flatter, unclear, rounded at the tip, and wide in the nostrils. Of course, there are great differences between different ethnic groups in Asia and between different individuals. Again, the standards of beauty are different. The job of a beauty specialist is to understand the aesthetic effects that the patient is looking for and to communicate medically feasible possibilities. Then, the patient decides what to do and the doctor will perform the surgery with maximum precision and minimal risk.
FOR NOSTRIL REDUCTION MARKING IS VERY IMPORTANT
Once the nostril marking is done it is very important to see that the endpoint is similar in both the cases. The nostril should be symmetrical. The surgery mark should be hidden in the natural crease or should be inside the nostril. There is various method either crescent or hockey shaped incision. The suturing should be done in such a way that the scar is minimal or nearly invisible.
The traditional wisdom is that surgery is the only way to correct cosmetic nasal irregularities, even the slightest bumps or asymmetries. In the past five years, the concept has been no longer correct. Injectable fillers have been in use for almost five years (I prefer Hyaluronic acid- temporary filling that lasts about 10 to 12 months and has a good shape) to raise the bridge of the nose and make the tip taller and rounder. This process is called non-surgical nasal surgery or non-surgical rhinoplasty.
As new fillers are approved by the FDA, non-surgical cosmetic improvements in the nose have only recently become possible. Juvederm and Restylane are safe, natural and relatively durable. In the past five years, because injectable fillers have been used as an effective alternative to rhinoplasty, non-surgical nasal surgery has proven to be safe and effective, with less discomfort than traditional rhinoplasty. Feelings and risks.
Non-surgical rhinoplasty is a relatively painless procedure that requires minimal downtime and post-operative care. Many patients return to normal activities immediately after the injection, returning to the workplace on the same day of the appointment or busy with the social calendar. Slight bruising or swelling may occur at the injection site, but the severity of inflammation is pale compared to traditional rhinoplasty. If discoloration or tenderness does occur, it usually disappears within a few days. This process is usually performed in several sessions, so the change is gradual
Local anesthesia is sufficient to control pain and nasal icing before injection reduces the chance of bruising. The patient should be orally administered to Anika Montana after the injection – it is a good way to reduce subsequent swelling or bruising. Patients should not wear sunglasses within 2 weeks after surgery. No other restrictions are required. Non-surgical nose work usually takes 10 to 15 minutes to complete. The patient is usually in the office for about an hour, but when we calculate the time required for the local anesthetic cream.
This procedure is of course not a substitute for surgery. It doesn’t reduce the size of the nose, but most of my Asian customers don’t need to reduce the size of their nose. They want to preserve the racial appearance of the nose but are looking for more facial symmetry. Some people say they want to put their glasses on their noses instead of their cheeks.
As with any medical procedure, it is important to choose the right physician to perform the non-surgical rhinoplasty procedure. Care must be taken to inject the filler into the nose and to fully understand the nasal anatomy and the characteristics of the filler used. The patient who intends to perform this procedure should ensure that his or her physician has received specialized training and experience in cosmetic injection techniques, especially if the doctor is not a trained cosmetic surgeon. An accurate knowledge of the injection point, depth and amount of filler required is very important to the success of the process.
As programs become cheaper, safer, and easier, people’s changing appearance is becoming more and more accepted. Media reports from plastic surgery also make those these programs do not seem to be stigmatized, but more mainstream. Patients must still be careful when choosing the right practitioner, but it is encouraging that new technologies continue to emerge with innovative surgical methods. For my Asian clients, non-surgical rhinoplasty is a safer, easier, cheaper and sometimes more effective surgical alternative. This is a natural way to achieve the desired changes without “whitewashing” the customer’s ethnic appearance.
ABOUT OUR DOCTOR
Dr. Swaroop Gambhir MD, is a facial cosmetic surgeon. His practice focuses on providing patients with the latest non-invasiveness. , non-ablative beauty treatment. Dr. Swaroop Gambhir is the international authority for non-surgical cosmetic treatment. He assigns time to patient care, clinical research, educating other physicians, media coverage, and speaking at scientific conferences around the world. Dr. Swaroop Gambhir is known for developing non-surgical alternatives to cosmetic surgery. He is one of the first doctor in the country to provide non-surgical nose work, which is his signature method for non-invasive correction of cosmetic nasal irregularities.