Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Enhance the Shape of your Nose with Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure to reshape the nose. This procedure is usually done to either normalize the function or improve appearance of the nose. Because of its purpose of fulfilling the aesthetic goals and correcting any traumatic injuries, it is usually known by the name "nose job" or nose shaping.
It is the improvement of the appearance which motivates a majority of patients to seek nose surgery and that makes nose job one of the most highly sought after cosmetic surgeries in Sydney although this can also be used to correct medical problems such as impaired breathing.
A Plastic surgeon can improve the appearance by sculpting or filing the cartilage and adding implants to lengthen, shorten, increase the projection of the nasal tip, remove a hump or change the width of the nose when it comes to improving the nose aesthetically. As the body is less likely to reject this than an artificial implant where nose implants are required many plastic surgeons prefer to use natural tissue, often taken from the patient's septum or inner ear.
Where pressure and bullying peer can often prompt individuals to seek out plastic surgery at a young age, Rhinoplasty is gaining immense popularity among teenagers and young adults. Most plastic surgeons prefer to wait until the patient is older and growth is complete if the nasal flaws are minor. The procedure has been performed in girls as young as 13 and in boys at the age of 15. Even though additional risks need to be taken into consideration, for instance if nose surgery is performed before growth has ceased then complications may arise that necessitate revision nose surgery in Sydney later in life, having surgery at this age can be extremely beneficial in terms of self esteem.
For nose job Sydney there are two methods of surgery. The first is closed procedure, where incisions are made inside the nose. With the beneficial result of less bruising and swelling post-operatively this method means fewer traumas to the nose. It is best suited to nose surgery where little work is required because the surgery is performed 'blindly'. Closed procedure can sometimes produce outstanding results in more complex procedures too in the hands of a highly skilled and experienced surgeon.
Open rhinoplasty is the second method, which is well suited to more complicated nose surgery. The skin is carefully lifted back to expose the cartilage as a small incision is made in the columella (the fleshy column between the nostrils). The skin is pulled back down and stitched back into position once work is complete. The main disadvantage of this nose procedure is that it leaves a scar, although this is usually barely visible. The swelling will take longer to heal as this will be more severe. You can contact your best nose plastic surgeon in Sydney for an advise.

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