Rhinoplasty Thailand

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The nose can really be a great feature on your face as long as it’s in proportion with the rest of your facial features, however, if your nose is less then perfect then it can cause some real issues. So if you have a nose that needs to be altered or needs a little improvement then it’s time that you consider rhinoplasty Thailand. This procedure will help you get the shape and size nose that you feel that you should have, and make you nose your best feature.

 

Rhinoplasty Thailand is among one of the most common of all cosmetic surgeries. The whole goal of the surgery is to either decrease the size or increase the size of nose, alter the shape of the nose tip and/or bridge, narrow the space between the nostrils, or alter the angle between the upper lip and nose.  The surgery can also be performed to rectify a birth defect or injury or help relieve breathing problems.

 

This surgery is for ones that what to meet their aesthetic goals or for reconstructive reasons, which can be to rectify birth defects and problems with breathing.  Keep in mind that surgeons will consider age before performing the surgery.  The majority of surgeons won’t operate on teenagers after the have gone through their growth-spurt, which is around 14 or 15 years of age, older for boys. If the surgery is going to performed on teenagers it’s important that their social and emotional adjustment as well as making this is what they really want.

 

Rhinoplasty Thailand normally takes between one to two hours, however, more complicated surgeries might take longer. During the procedure the nose is divided from its framework of bone and cartilage in which is sculpted to the shape that you desire.  How the sculpting is done will depend on the issue you’re having and the technique that your surgeon will use.  The last step, is the skin is re-draped over the frame.

 

There are many surgeons that will perform this surgery within the nose by making the incisions within the nostrils.  Other surgeons like to use an “open” procedure, especially if the case is more complicated. This is done by making a small incision across the vertical strip of the tissue which separates the nostrils. When the surgery is finished a splint is applied, in order, to help the nose maintain the new shape. 

 

In addition, there will be nasal packs or soft plastic splints that may also be applied to make sure that the septum, which is the area that divides the wall between the air passages, is stabilized after rhinoplasty Thailand. Once the surgery is over, especially during the first 24-hors your face will feel puffy, may experience a nose ache as well as dull headache.

 

Any discomfort that you may have can be treated with pain medicine that’s prescribed by your surgeon. For the first day after the surgery you’ll be required to be in bed with your head elevated.  You’ll have bruising and swelling around your eyes, which will increase and reaching a peak after two or three days.  Cold compresses will be applied to decrease the swelling. Also during the first few days it’s common if you experience a little bleeding, and you may as well experience some stuffiness for several weeks after rhinoplasty Thailand.

 

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