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Category: Nose Surgery and Rhinoplasty
This 25 year old patient was not satisfied with shape/size of her nose; she also had mild difficulties breathing. In general anesthesia we performed correction of the deviated septum (septoplasty) and correction of the nose shape/size by means of open rhinoplasty. Patient is presented before and 14 months after open septorhinoplasty, which corrected both functional…
Rhinoplasty- nose surgery
Patient wanted correction of the nose, rhinoplasty, in order to achieve softer, more feminine nose. Surgery was done in general anesthesia by means of open, external rhinoplasty. Before and 3 years after rhinoplasty photos are presented. Marketing
Rhinoplasty, ethnic nose
Patient wanted smaller nose without ethnic features. Rhinoplasty was done using external (open) approach. Patient’s before and 6 months after rhinoplasty photos. Marketing
Rhinoplasty, ethnic nose surgery
This patient wanted to preserve ethnic features of her nose but did not like bulk and thickness of the tip and dorsum (bridge) of the nose. Open rhinoplasty was used to trim and refine tip cartilages, narrow the nose width, improve nose base and altogether refine and balance the nose and create facial harmony and…
WHAT IS NON-SURGICAL (LIQUID) RHINOPLASTY?
In a busy plastic surgery office we get several inquiries on dermal fillers and non-invasive treatments to replace the option of surgery every day. A lot of potential patients think “Oh! I can get the same result with just a needle or laser.” But this isn’t always the case. The results with a non-invasive treatments…
RHINOPLASTY SURGERY UNDER LOCAL ANESTHESIA?
Yes, Rhinoplasty Surgery can be performed under a local anesthetic! Though, general anesthesia is used most of the time, local anesthesia is only preferred when the patient’s nose is getting minimal reshaping, such as “tip work.” Local anesthesia creates a temporary blockage of signals from your nerves, which results in full sensory depression to the surgical region. The…