Nose surgery (Rhinoplasty) at Artisan Clinics Lucknow
Nose surgery (Rhinoplasty) is a complex procedure that involves manipulating the skin, bone and cartilage of the nose to improve appearance and/or functionality. The surgery requires a combination of artistic ability and technical proficiency which is provided at ARTISAN.
Nose surgery, more commonly called a nose job, is basically a cosmetic plastic surgery method for changing and reconstructing the nose. There are basically two forms of plastic surgery generally used for this procedure reconstructive surgery which reconstruct the shape and functions of your nose and aesthetic surgery that alters the appearance of your nose. Rhinoplasty can be divided further into reconstructive and cosmetic surgeries. Recreating your nose is typically for improving your facial appearance. A reconstructive operation will help you look younger and better suited to your facial appearance.
The medical practitioner that performs your rhinoplasty must be a qualified and licensed medical practitioner. They must have years of experience in performing this particular procedure. You should ask any medical practitioner that you are considering visiting if they have performed this procedure before. The surgeon that you choose for your rhinoplasty should be well trained and knowledgeable about this procedure. Your surgeon should have performed this procedure numerous times and understood how the patient responds after the operation. A good surgeon will be very honest with you about any complications that you might experience during or after the procedure.
If your nose appears to be off center, this could mean that the bone or cartilage is not symmetrical. This often occurs with an increase in the size of the nose, or from an accident. In addition to altering your appearance, rhinoplasty surgery can also change your breathing and even your voice. With a new shape or size, you will be able to breathe better and speak louder. If you were born with a disfigured nose, rhinoplasty can help you restore your normal nasal shape and function.
A skilled surgeon will be able to reshape your nose so that it matches your face and body. He or she will cut out the excess tissue, pull the skin tight, and reshape your features to give you the best appearance possible. After rhinoplasty surgery, you may experience some swelling and bruising. You will probably also need to take some pain medication after the operation. Other side effects include dry mouth, nasal congestion, and swelling of the tongue, throat, or lips.
Before surgery, you will be sedated with either general or local anaesthetic. Using a local anaesthetic will be less likely to cause side effects, but it takes longer to have an effect. General anaesthetic will allow you to have a local effect throughout your face. However, it will leave behind discolouration of the skin. Your surgeon will discuss which type of anaesthetic would be most suitable for you.
Your doctor will carefully explain the risks and side effects associated with your new nose before he or she begins your rhinoplasty surgery. If you are at all concerned about any aspect of your surgery, you should speak to your surgeon immediately. Most surgeries are performed on the first week and it is important to follow your surgeon’s advice. You may experience some swelling and bruising after your first week’s surgeries, however they will soon subside as the excess tissue is removed and the stitches are withdrawn.
The amount of time it takes for swelling and bruising to go away will depend on the severity of your condition. It can take from one to three weeks for the effects of your rhinoplasty to be completely visible. Rhinoplasty surgery does not always solve every problem, so in some cases the underlying causes will still be there. In these cases, the incisions will often remain even after the bruising has gone. However, these incisions will normally shrink back over time, leaving a smaller scar. This is often acceptable as the smaller incision will heal without any additional treatment.
As with any invasive medical procedure, there is an increased risk of infection and swelling. In most cases, patients expect to experience increased risk in relation to their general health conditions. However, your increased risk will also increase if you have any pre-existing medical conditions that may affect the success of your rhinoplasty. Therefore, when considering rhinoplasty you should ensure that your health is ideal before embarking on a cosmetic procedure.