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RHINOPLASTY PROCEDURES

Rhinoplasty Procedures

Plastic surgery on the nose, known familiarly as a nose job. Rhinoplasty is a facial cosmetic procedure that is usually performed to enhance the appearance of the nose. During this type of rhinoplasty, the nasal cartilage and bones are modified, or tissue is added

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    WHAT IS CLOSED RHINOPLASTY?

    In recent years, we have seen a reduction in the number of traumatic surgeries that are expanding in all surgical fields. Both patients and doctors have an increasing interest in minimally invasive techniques for patients without trauma or scarring, without prolonged surgery, downtime, and procedures without work and social life. Rhinoplasty is no exception.
    There are a number of cosmetic problems that do not require comprehensive equipment for rhinoplasty and osteochondral treatment, which may be greater than the trauma required. Now, a variety of minimally invasive surgery and non-surgical methods can be used to treat asymmetry, minor irregularities, post-operative defects, and the like. They are designed to reduce trauma and scarring and shorten or eliminate hospitalization. It can be done without general anesthesia and with less downtime.
    Closed Technique involves exposure of the dorsum of the nose through the inter cartilaginous incision and then with an understanding of the knowledge of anatomy .in closed rhinoplasty you can remove the dorsal hump and correct the deviated septum by putting the spreader graft. The septum can be removed as required and can be used as grafts. For the tip, rim incision is given and lower lateral cartilage exposed. The cephalic removal of cartilage can be done through this. The domes can be defined by intradermal suturing and then inter cartilaginous suturing. The angle can be changed by putting the columellar graft and suture technique.

    WHY IS RHINOPLASTY SO IMPORTANT?

    Facial beauty and harmony depend on the correct aesthetic angle, volume and proportion. The complex face is properly divided into three equal parts: the forehead, the nose and the lower part (where the ratio of the upper lip to the lower lip and the chin is 1:2). The noble outlines form a straight line. The nose must be straight, with a 110-degree angle to the upper lip.
    Obviously, the size and shape of the nose are very important to the overall perception of a person’s “beauty.” It can distort the contour of the line and destroy the “beautiful triangle” formed by the cheeks and chin.

    OSTEOTOMY MEDIAL AND LATERAL OSTEOTOMY

    The purpose of transverse and digital fractures is to reduce the lateral “distortion” or phase distortion by closing the open dorsal top and to reduce the bone base of the nose after dorsal correction. digital fracture techniques after medial osteotomy and hump resection in primary and secondary cases. This is a simple, safe technique that closes the open dorsal top after medial osteotomy without causing bleeding and prolapse. , saving time during operation and recovery. This is done by applying lateral pressure to the dorsal bone of the nose with the thumb. The other hand heals the head with the opposite pressure.

    CONCLUSION

    Beautification is a work of art. Rhinoplasty, including shortening the long nose, is designed to achieve precise aesthetic proportions, face volume, and angle. Trends in cosmetic surgery and medicine, especially in recent years, tend to be minimally invasive, non-invasive surgery. In this regard, the focus of rhinoplasty has shifted from long-term traumatic open surgery to minimally invasive and non-invasive closed surgery.

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