WHAT IS THE COST OF RHINOPLASTY (NOSE SURGERY)?
The costing would vary according to the components you are doing. The variation in the cost of rhinoplasty is explained below.
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WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE FOR RHINOPLASTY?
The technique for Rhinoplasty would depend on what has to be achieved. The approach to Rhinoplasty could be through a traditional closed approach or the newer, open technique. In the closed technique, all incisions are taken inside the nostrils, hence nothing is visible outside. In the open technique, along with the incisions inside the nostril, a small incision is taken on the underside of the nose. This heals very well and is not visible in the long run, but it gives a better exposure and enables a precise correction under vision. The subsequent steps of the surgery would depend on what is being done:
Augmentation: A depressed nose can be built up and made prominent with either artificial material called implants or autografts. Autografts could be cartilage from the septum of your nose, ears or ribs. It could also be bone grafts from skull or hips. Common implants used in Rhinoplasty are silicone or medpore. There are pros and cons to the use of every type of material and your aesthetic surgeon would be able to explain those.
Hump Removal: A hump on the nose is partly due to the prominence of the bone and partly due to prominence of the septum/ cartilage part of the nose. This has to be shaved off. Once it is removed, the roof of the nose is open and has to be closed with infracture of the nasal bones.
Boxy nasal tip: If the tip of your nose is bulbous or like a button, this can be refined. The cartilages which form the part of the tip of the nose have to be stitched tightly and reshaped to give a more proportionate and sleek tip.
Broad nose: This is a common problem and can be corrected by moving the nasal bones inwards by infrastructure. Often the nasal tip has to be narrowed as well. if the nasal base is flared or broad, this can be corrected as well.
Deviated nose: Often the nose becomes deviated during development or becomes crooked due to injury. This can be straightened by removing the deviated part of the septum or putting straightening stitches and cartilage supports.
WHAT KIND OF ANESTHESIA IS REQUIRED?
Usually the procedure would be done under a general anesthetic for improved comfort, yet it is possible to do it under local anesthetic as well.
WHAT TO EXPECT AFTER SURGERY?
After the nasal surgery, there may be a trickle of fluid or blood from the nostrils for 24 hours and to catch this, a nasal pad will be placed under the nostrils. The nostrils might be blocked by a pack for 24 hours to stop this drip. Often, the surgical trauma may cause swelling of the lining of the nose and give a feeling of the nose being bunged up. This feeling may last for up to 3 weeks. There might be bruising and swelling after surgery that should subside in 3-6 weeks.
If you have had infractures, then you may have a splint on the nasal bridge, which will be removed in 7 days. Immediately after surgery, due to the swelling, you might experience some difficulty in opening your eyes. This rapidly improves after the next day. Wounds normally heal in 7 days to 2 weeks. Your plastic surgeon at Aesthetics Medispa and the assisting staff will fully attend to your comfort and safety. The swelling around the tip of the nose tends to take the longest to resolve and may last up to 3 months.
WHAT ARE THE RISKS AND COMPLICATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE SURGERY?
Although there are very few risks associated with this procedure, a possible general risk includes bleeding and collection of blood under the skin (hematoma). Bleeding is rare but may has to be stopped. Any surgery carries risks associated with anesthesia. There are very few risks if the procedure is done under local anesthesia. These risks will be fully discussed with you prior to you’re consent for surgery. General risks like delayed wound healing and infections are common to many other operations and can be treated satisfactorily. Any surgery on the nose has a ten percent risk of residual deformity, for which further revision surgery might be required.
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