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- Nose Plastic Surgery – Nose Job
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- Buccal Fat Surgery
- Face Fat Injection
- Dimple Creation Procedure
- Facial Scar
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Rhinoplasty(nose job) is a surgery aimed at changing the shape of the nose to make it more aesthetic.
The structure of the nose can be changed from the bone or cartilage and cab be done to improve breathing
Local anesthesia with sedation: This type of anesthesia is usually used in an outpatient setting. It’s limited to a specific area of your body. Your doctor injects a pain-numbing medication into your nasal tissues and sedates you with medication injected through an intravenous line. This makes you groggy but not fully asleep.
After the surgery, rest is recommended by placing your head higher than the body and medication such as ibuprofen is ill-advised as it increases bleeding.
Nearly everyone who has rhinoplasty can safely leave the hospital the same day after surgery. In rare cases, you may stay in the hospital for one night if you’re having a hard time with nausea or have other health problems that need to be monitored.
The cost of nose surgery is highly dependent on the complexity of the surgical process. However, the procedure is relatively cheaper in India.
How does it work?
Rhinoplasty may be done inside your nose or through a small external cut (incision) at the base of your nose, between your nostrils by readjusting the bone and cartilage underneath your skin.
For small changes, the cartilage taken from deeper inside your nose or from your ear is used and for larger changes, the surgeon can use cartilage from your rib, implants or bone from other parts of your body. After the result is satisfactory,
the skin tissue is stitched back to the incisions.
If the wall between the two sides of the nose (septum) is bent or crooked (deviated), the surgeon can also correct it to improve breathing.
The procedure is very safe but in rare cases, infections and adverse reactions to anesthesia may occur.