What is the Nose Reshaping?
A rhinoplasty or remodeling of the nose causes a change in the shape of the cartilage or bone. This type of plastic surgery is very common and is chosen by many people. People are choosing to reshape their nose to correct a birth defect or injury later in life. Sometimes this is also done to breathe hard. Some people who are not very happy with the appearance of their nose are also undergoing a nose reshaping to improve the appearance of their nose and face. The changes that the surgeon makes to your nose will change either the size or the angle or the tip of the nose. Other modifications include reducing the space between the nostrils and aligning the bridge of the nose.
There are some age guidelines that people must follow before deciding to reshape their nose. If this operation is practiced to treat respiratory problems, it can be practiced at any age. However, if done only for superficial purposes, adolescent growth should wait until the nasal bone has reached full growth. For girls, the age limit is 15 years, for boys over the years.
How is Nose Reshaping Done?
Before you start treatment, you should sit down for an initial consultation with your doctor to determine if you need a nasal modification. The doctor will conduct a thorough review of your medical history. He will ask you questions about your current state of health or about the medicines you are currently taking or not.
If you are diagnosed with hemophilia or hemophilia, surgery is not recommended because hemophilia is a genetic condition that prevents the formation of blood clots and causes severe bleeding and bruising.
The doctor then performs a complete physical examination, examining the nasal skin from the inside and outside. Your nose will also be photographed from all angles to judge your case in the future and as a reference for the duration of the surgery. This helps him decide which changes to make. You will be asked to perform certain laboratory or blood tests.
Patients are advised to stop smoking for at least one month prior to the operation because cigarettes slow down the healing process, reduce blood vessels, and impede oxygenation. In addition, you will be asked not to take aspirin or ibuprofen for at least two weeks prior to the planned surgery, as these drugs significantly slow the blood clotting process.
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Who is eligible for Nose Reshaping?
All patients in stable condition, physically and mentally, can undergo rhinoplasty
Who is not eligible for Nose Reshaping?
Eligible are persons under 15 years and under nasal bone development. In addition, people with hemophilia or other serious illnesses are advised not to undergo elective surgery.
Are there any side effects?
Like all surgeries, rhinoplasty has complications or side effects. These include bleeding, infections, and side effects such as nausea, vomiting, and dizziness. Other side effects of rhinoplasty include heavy nose bleeds, scarring, difficulty breathing, and anesthetized nose. During the first two days, patients have inflammation, headache, slight bruising and heavy bleeding.
What are the post-treatment guidelines?
Immediately after surgery, the surgeon places a metal / plastic ring on the nose to maintain alignment. They are detained for several hours in hospital to detect adverse effects. As soon as your nose has undergone further surgery as part of the follow-up guidelines, you will be asked to stop taking aspirin and ibuprofen for two additional weeks in addition to the two weeks prior. The doctor will also ask you to stay hydrated as much as possible and to rest as much as possible. To reduce the swelling at the site of the injury, it is recommended to use a cold compress. Also avoid activities and exercises that may make you tired.
How long does it take to recover?
The time required to recover from rhinoplasty or resection of the nose can take from a few weeks to a few months.
What is the price of treatment in India?
Although the cost of a nose remodeling operation will depend heavily on the complexity of the operation, it will cost about RS. 40,000 to Rs. 2 lakhs in India.
Are the results of the treatment permanent?
If performed correctly the results of the nose reshaping surgery can have permanent results.
What are the alternatives to the treatment?
There is no alternative to nose reshaping surgery or rhinoplasty as such. For those who do not wish to go under the knife can opt for adding fillers by injecting them into the nose.
Relative Risk: Low
Side Effects: Medium
Time For Recovery: Medium
Price Range: Rs. 40, 000- Rs. 2,00000