What is Nose Job Aesthetics? How is it Operated?
Rhinoplasty or nose job aesthetics are the general name for surgical applications and interventions that are made to correct the nose features, to add more beauty or to eliminate health issues such as nasal septum deviation. These applications require delicate attention and it is necessary to keep the patient updated at every stage.
Millions of people appeal to cosmetic surgeons every year to create a better nose appearance. Because the main frame of the physical appearance is provided by face and the key point on the face is the nose. The importance of the nose should be noticed especially if terms like golden ratio are considered. Because the general means of beauty and aesthetics are achieved by a beautiful nose.
Face and Nose Harmony
The main concern in nose aesthetics is to achieve a face and nose harmony. In cases like a disturbing arch, sagging on the tip, too thick or too thin noses, the need of a job nose arises. Because such situations negatively effect the appearance. Both the inharmony with the face and the general bad appearance effects the person. All these may be fixed with a rhinoplasty operation. It is important to achieve a nice look.
To achieve a nose that is beautiful in shape and form is important for the physical appearance. Location of the eyes, angle and distance between ear and lips are points to consider in a nose job. Therefore, an in-depth pre-rhinoplasty planning should be carried out.
Incisions and Post-Surgical Period
Some incision will occur during rhinoplasty. Most of these incisions are planned to be invisible to the eye. Therefore, incisions inside the nose are kept hidden. It is highly important that the incisions are made inside the nostril.
Surgical operations are carried out towards bone and cartilage after the incision. Deformed structures are corrected at this stage. Bone and cartilage are reformed if deemed necessary. Correcting the outside appearance of the nose is as important as opening the narrow passage in the nose. Radiofrequency and other surgical operations may be applied on the concha tissue if it is necessary. Nasal bones are reshaped by piezo or micro-motor. It is important to avoid post-surgery swelling, bruises to let the patient return to his/her daily life. This is provided by using high-quality materials and equipment. The result will be perfect with the unity of doctor’s experience and equipment quality. To use tamps that are easy to remove and do not irritate the nose are also important. Using gauze and long tamps are now in history. Tamps are not used now in most of the nose surgeries. Using light thermoplastic splints instead of plasters or regular splints, is a factor increasing the patient’s comfort. Fast healing and returning to regular life quickly affect the patient’s mood in a positive manner. Therefore, the patient should return to daily life instead of staying in the hospital. Hospital infections are risky for patients who stay too long. After a 1-week period, the patient heals completely. Bandages, splints, tamps and stitches are removed. Light bruises may be seen around eye, not necessarily in every patient. Even if bruises and swelling occurs, applying gel and creams will fix those issues.
Heavy work should be avoided within 4-week period after the surgery. Any risk should be avoided that may cause a harm on the nose. No impact should be on the nose and if the patient is using spectacles, he/she should wear them in a way to not become a threat to the nose.