Reduction Rhinoplasty, also known as a “nose job,” Rhinoplasty is a plastic surgery operation used to treat nasal damage, congenital defects, breathing obstructions, and failed primary rhinoplasties. It corrects and reconstructs the form, restores the functions, and aesthetically enhances the nose. In addition to correcting injuries, birth defects, or other issues that affect breathing, like a deviated nasal septum or a sinus condition, most patients request the removal of a bump, narrowing of the nostril width, changing of the angle between the nose and the mouth, and alteration of the nose-to-mouth angle.
A method used in cosmetic surgery to make certain sections of a person’s nose larger so that it has a more aesthetically attractive look. Among other things, the treatment can heighten the nose bridge or change the nasal tip’s shape to increase its projection.
An operation to treat nose injuries that can result in harmed airways, deformity, shattered bones, and lost cartilage support. Sports-related injuries, automobile accidents, and conflicts are typically the most frequent causes of these injuries.
Due to the lack of tissue that has been excised or lost, the nose may be badly deformed following surgery to remove cancer or infrequently after face injuries. Reconstructive rhinoplasty refers to surgery needed to replace missing or irreparably damaged tissue. In order to replace the lost component tissues, surgical repair calls for the use of grafts and flaps from different body sections.
A type of nasal surgery where the patient’s nose is surgically changed to create a symmetrical, visually beautiful nose that complements their unique face without erasing their ethnic heritage.
One of the most common justifications for rhinoplasty surgery is complaints about the nasal tip. Numerous patients express dissatisfaction with their nose’s tip, including how it seems to be bulbous or round, how sharp, or how it points up or down. Refinement Rhinoplasty can use a variety of techniques to shape the nasal tip in a way that is more aesthetically acceptable and harmonises with the other facial characteristics. In order to get the desired tip shape or direction, Dr. Shahram may add or remove cartilage and tissue.
A surgical treatment intended to restore the shape and functionality of a previously operated nose. Many people struggle to breathe through their noses or are unhappy with the aesthetics of their noses as a result of previous nasal surgery.
A process that involves surgery to realign the nasal septum. The wall of bone and cartilage that separates your nose’s two nostrils is known as the septum. Your septum becomes deviated when it shifts to one side of your nose. A deviated septum can result from an injury to the nose or it might be a condition that some people are born with.
A process to make the turbinates smaller. Turbinates, to put it briefly, are formations that can enlarge and impede the nose’s side wall. Your breathing can be made better by reducing their size.
An operation where the bottom sides of the nose, known as the alar, are altered. To improve balance in regard to the base and other structures of the nose, this typically entails narrowing or reshaping the nose.