Our face is the most exposed part of our body on a daily basis, so the presence of a slight blemish can have a big impact on your overall appearance.
The nose being the central point of our face, it is no exception to this observation.
By its high exposure, a slight malformation can impact the overall harmony of your features and lead to the appearance of a complex.
Gubisch Rhinoplasty Instruments Set concerns all acts of cosmetic surgery procedures dealing with the shape of your nose, on the aesthetic aspect but also anatomical and functional.
The origin of the deformities is not always obvious: they can be congenital, due to an abnormality during growth or have appeared as a result of trauma. Also, many patients consult following a previous Rhinoplasty operation, the results of which have not met their expectations.
There are several types of deformation, specific to each part of the nose.The malformation can affect the bone part and the nasal septum, the anterior part with the cartilage or the tip of the nose.
In addition to aesthetic discomfort, it can be accompanied by physical discomfort on the respiratory level, when the nasal septum is deviated.
In these cases, rhinoplasty can be performed in conjunction with septoplasty to correct the deviation and restore respiratory function.
It is the form of rhinoplasty the most practiced and of which the possibilities of correction are the most important. This procedure is performed under general anesthesia and requires 3 to 6 months to achieve its optimal results, aesthetic, physical and respiratory.
Among these interventions, we distinguish three types, each treating a different part of the nose.
Tip of the nose
The presence of an asymmetry between the two nostrils is a common deformity. Hypertrophy of the domes can also be observed. Overall, this intervention makes it possible to treat all the tips that are too projected, drooping, pointed or in a concave position.
The Osteo cartilaginous Bump
This procedure treats the upper part of the nose, the bone ridge, as well as the lower part, with the cartilage. It corrects the structure of the nose in order to restore harmony of features.
Septoplasty is more delicate, it treats the bony part of the nasal septum, the vomer, as well as the anterior part, with the cartilage.
Often, this septal deformity leads to breathing problems due to an inability to breathe in through the nose. In adults, this deviation is notably a cause of sleep apnea. As a functional benefit, this operation is covered by social security.
While it does not allow corrections as strong as surgical rhinoplasty, it offers the advantage of being much less invasive and easier to bear. Medical rhinoplasty is therefore recommended to correct minor defects of the nose and provides precise and natural results, which are immediately observable.
Often, we use it to provide a corrective fit following a previous rhinoplasty or surgical septoplasty.
To enable the correction, we use the volumizing function of localized injections of hyaluronic acid, in order to tone the skin and preserve the elasticity of the tissues. We can thus correct the tip of a nose or its shape, considered too short for example.
This act of aesthetic medicine has very few contraindications, except for patients prone to allergies. However, since hyaluronic acid is absorbed by the body over time, the correction of your nose is not permanent and its effects last between 6 and 18 months.
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