Rhinoplasty, more commonly known as a “nose job,” is a cosmetic plastic surgery procedure for correction and reconstruction of the nose, aesthetically enhancing it or resolving nasal trauma or any impediment. In the surgeries, a skilled cosmetic surgeon creates a nose that is facially proportionate and functional by separating the nasal skin and soft tissues from the nasal framework and correcting them as required for function and form. A rhinoplasty can improve appearance as well as resolve any nasal defects a patient has. A face that once seemed imbalanced can be made more proportionate. Some people have trouble breathing as a result of the anatomy of their nose and could therefore benefit from rhinoplasty. Patients who suffer from a deviated septum also typically opt for rhinoplasty for a better quality of life.
How to determine if you are eligible for rhinoplasty
To determine a patient’s suitability for rhinoplasty, a cosmetic surgeon clinically evaluates them with a complete medical history to determine their physical and psychological health. Post-surgical recovery entails the patient going home to rest and allowing the bone tissue and nasal cartilage to recover after the effects of being cut forcefully. Assisted with prescribed medications for the alleviation of pain, the patient goes through convalescence for about one week, and can then go outdoors. External sutures are removed about four to five days after the procedure and the external cast is removed after one week.
For a successful rhinoplasty you can find a cosmetic plastic surgeon. Dr. Robert M. Schwarcz, is a revered nose-job specialist, with vast training and experience in the art and science of rhinoplasty. He works with his patients to ensure that the desired outcome is achieved. By using the most advanced tools and approaches, he minimizing the amount of discomfort, and recovery time that his patients must endure.