Rhinoplasty or rhinoplasty is a branch of plastic surgery used to correct various congenital or acquired nose deformities. Also, with the help of rhinoplasty, in some cases, it is possible to completely restore the missing nose or its various parts. An experienced rhinoplasty surgeon will be able to increase or conversely reduce the size of the nose, change its shape and eliminate breathing problems. Rhinoplasty services are available to every patient in the clinic. Using modern and safe methods, our experts remove various imperfections effectively and quickly, making facial features more harmonious and attractive.
price of rhinoplasty
|Complex (rhinoplasty + consumables + anesthesia allowance + hospital)|
|Nostrilectomy (one side)|
|Rhinoplasty (one side) during surgery|
|Septoplasty (isolation surgery/stage one)|
|Cheiloplasty Bulhorn (isolation surgery/stage one)|
|Fixed (1 day)|
Indications and contraindications for rhinoplasty
Rhinoplasty surgery will help restore the correct shape and function of noses that have been disturbed during fetal development or due to various diseases and injuries (thermal, chemical, mechanical) in life.
There are no strict medical indications for surgery. If the patient is not satisfied with the shape of his nose or does not work properly, you can take the initiative to contact the plastic surgeon to explain the problem, and the expert will choose the most effective correction method according to individual characteristics.
Rhinoplasty, the clinic's fee applies to any patient and allows you to eliminate various aesthetic and functional defects:
- saddle shape;
- obvious hump;
- thickened or bifurcated tips;
- dilated nostrils;
- "Eagle's Mouth" effect;
- disproportionate to the size and shape of the face;
- breathing problems;
- Deviated nasal septum.
As for contraindications, it is worth noting that the procedure is not intended for pregnant and breastfeeding women. There are also medical contraindications, of which plastic surgery is fraught with serious complications. These include:
- Hematopoietic diseases (relative contraindications);
- chronic cardiovascular disease;
- Any localized tumor disease;
- kidney, liver, heart failure;
- recent heart attack, stroke;
- Infection process in the acute phase;
- congenital or acquired immunodeficiency (relative contraindication);
- Serious mental illnesses and disorders (relative contraindications);
- pregnant, breastfeeding.
Rhinoplasty includes the following types of surgery:
- Septoplasty - Septoplasty;
- repositioning of broken bones;
- hump removal;
- shortened nose;
- nasal bone convergence;
- prompt support and correction;
- Nose correction;
- Complete nose correction.
Depending on the method chosen by the surgeon, both closed and open access can be used during rhinoplasty. Closed rhinoplasty is performed through a small incision in the nasal cavity and the skin is detached from the frame. With closed access, the following types of operations are performed:
- shape change;
- removal of excess nasal bone or cartilage;
- volume increase etc.
Open rhinoplasty is used if the procedure is large. The incision is made at the columella, the vertical skin fold that separates the nostrils.
In addition to traditional surgical rhinoplasty, non-surgical rhinoplasty using fillers has recently become very popular. This type of intervention is used to address the following issues:
- Correct small blemishes in the nose;
- achieve rounded tips;
- restore symmetry, etc.
Plastic correction of the nose tip involves some surgical procedures on the end of the nose. The shape can be improved by removing deformed or redundant parts of the cartilage tissue and holding them in place.
Nose tip rhinoplasty is one of the most difficult plastic surgery procedures and can achieve the following results:
- reduce or increase the width of the tip of the nose;
- decrease or increase the forecast;
- Restore the symmetry and natural shape of the nose.
The diversity of nose cone anatomical variation requires surgeons to develop an individual surgical intervention plan for each patient. When choosing a method, various factors are considered:
- skin thickness;
- shape and strength of cartilage tissue;
- Anatomy of the vault angle;
- the length and width of the nose;
- back profile;
- nasolabial corner;
- patient's expected outcome.
Correction of the ala can be performed as a stand-alone procedure or as a stage of a wider surgical procedure. Rhinoplasty allows you to change the width, thickness, symmetry of the nostrils, correct various birth defects, and eliminate nasal breathing obstructions caused by too narrow nostrils and nasal passages.
The shape of the nose can be corrected with surgical intervention and without injections to correct the hump. The choice of technique depends on the degree of deformity and the wishes of the patient.
Surgical options for rhinoplasty include removal of cartilage or bone tissue through external or internal incisions. After surgery, suture. Another form of corrective surgery is grinding. This procedure allows you to correct small humps without removing bone structure.
A non-surgical rhinoplasty technique involves the introduction of a special filler under the skin that fills the pit and removes a small defect in one treatment. The effect of this procedure lasts 1 - 1. 5 years.
nasal septum correction
This is a surgical correction of the deformed cartilage or bone structure of the nose. This type of rhinoplasty is suitable for patients who are concerned about breathing problems due to a deformed nasal septum.
Columboplasty is a cosmetic procedure designed to correct the size and shape of the septum that separates the nostrils. Columella play an important role in the overall beauty of the face, and any changes in their size and shape can adversely affect appearance.
If the columella is deformed, too large or conversely small, the nasolabial angle is smooth or pointed, etc. , columboplasty may be required. The columella is considered harmonious if it is located below the level of the wings.
If during rhinoplasty surgeons are primarily concerned with the cosmetic and aesthetic aspects of the nose, during septoplasty they are primarily concerned with the interior and addressing the physiology. Combined septoplasty (septoplasty + septoplasty) includes correction of a deviated septum and correction of the shape and size of the nose. This technique allows you to restore normal nasal breathing and eliminate deformities and misalignments of the nose. Can be opened, closed or endoscopy.
Preparation before rhinoplasty
In the early stages of preparation, it is necessary to consult a plastic surgeon, who will conduct an examination to find out why the patient decides to undergo surgery, determine the type and extent of intervention, and roughly inform how much plastic nose surgery will cost. For the best cosmetic results, photograph and computer simulation of the new nose.
During the preparation phase, it is important to exclude contraindications. To assess the general condition of the patient, a comprehensive examination is prescribed, including the following diagnostic procedures:
- General and biochemical blood tests;
- General urinalysis;
- testing for hepatitis, HIV, sexually transmitted infections;
- coagulation diagram;
- Skull CT.
How is rhinoplasty performed?
You can have a rhinoplasty in the clinic and get the best results. The procedure is performed under general and local infiltration anesthesia. Depending on the complexity of the intervention, the duration of surgery is 1-2 hours, and sometimes longer.
During the procedure, surgical correction of the bone and cartilage frame is performed to make the size and shape of the external nose more aesthetic:
- length change;
- Correct width and height;
- remove hump;
- Correction of back curvature and retraction;
- Rhinoplasty etc.
For rhinoplasty, the clinic's plastic surgeons use modern sparing techniques, so scars are barely visible after surgery and the risk of postoperative complications is reduced to zero.
Complications that may occur after surgery
The risk of complications after rhinoplasty is small, but unfortunately, not completely ruled out. Possible negative effects after surgery:
- Persistent edema that does not go away within six months;
- join infection;
- Subcutaneous tissue hypertrophy in the area of surgical intervention or cartilage resection;
- olfactory disturbance;
- tissue necrosis.
Rehabilitation after Rhinoplasty
After all surgical procedures, the tampon is installed in the nasal passage and can only be removed after 2-3 days. The new nose shape was fixed in plaster. These stickers should be worn for 5-7 days when intervening on the nasal cartilage. Pads wear longer - 12 - 14 days when working on bony parts.
Post-operative pain is moderate, and to relieve the condition, your doctor may prescribe anesthesia. In the early days, breathing problems can be disturbing due to severe swelling. Glasses are not recommended for 1. 5 months after rhinoplasty. A complete rehabilitation program lasts an average of 6-8 months, so the final outcome of the surgery can be assessed 6 months to 1 year after surgery.
Costs depend on the complexity of the intervention, the technique of execution, and the type of anesthesia. To figure out the cost of correcting your nose, you'll need a more detailed consultation when you make an appointment with a specialist.