Posts tagged Nose rhinoplasty
Similarities and Differences Between Open and Closed Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty, also widely known as a "nose job," is a procedure designed to change the size, shape, or proportions of some or all of the nose. Open rhinoplasty involves the creation of small incisions inside the nose, as well as another small incision on the columella, which is the small strip of tissue that separates the nostrils and runs from the tip of the nose to the upper lip. Closed rhinoplasty is performed by creating small incisions on the inside of the nose without the need for any external incisions.

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Not Just For A Smaller Nose—What Can Rhinoplasty Do?

Despite the fact that there are countless beautiful faces revealed every day in magazine ads, on popular reality television shows, and even on towering billboards, most of the faces people encounter day to day are not flat on a page or screen, but moving in real life, where they can be seen in all three dimensions.

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Addressing Nose Trauma through Rhinoplasty

The most common bones to get fractured in the head are those in the nasal cavity. This is because they are very delicate. A nasal fracture can result from a fall, fights, or injury. Such an injury leads to nose trauma. The fracture varies in severity, and if the patient’s skin is not bleeding, he or she can breathe normally, and the nasal bones are in their right position, meaning surgery is unnecessary. Otherwise, the patient might require rhinoplasty to correct the injury and make breathing possible again.

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