NOSE job IN IRAN(rhinoplasty)

Rhinoplasty in Iran, which is known as cosmetic nose surgery, is the combination of two words; “rhinos” (nose) and “plassein” (to shape or beautify).

The real history of modern rhinoplasty in Iran dates back to 1960s when the cosmetic nose surgery has been performing. Nowadays, people who are candidates for rhinoplasty in Iran has been risen steadily which is unfortunately record-breaking in the world.

Which groups are the operators in Iran?
otolaryngologist, oral and maxillofacial surgeon, or a plastic surgeon are the main operators for this surgery in Iran.

 

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The following groups are the volunteers for Rhinoplasty surgery:

  • Drooping nasal tip or small nasolabial angle
  • Nasal hump
  • Big nose
  • Broad or broad nose
  • Boxed-shaped nasal tip
  • Large nostrils
  • Deviated nasal septum or nasal fractures
  • Over-projected nasal tip
  • Saddle nose as a result of previous trauma or nasal septum deviation surgery
  • Postoperative deformities

Some priorities for having (nose job) in IRAN:

Rhinoplasty(nose job) is a kind of surgery which has the ability to affect mental health and physical appearance of a person. So the patient must choose a good doctor who can perform the expected desire, and the mutual connection between the doctor and the patient is so important and has a lot of effect on the patients spiritual feeling.

 

 

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ANALYSIS AND EXAMINATION BEFORE RHINOPLASTY IN IRAN

The first doctor’s step is to the detect that weather the patients is a good candidate for this surgery or no the surgery is not needed for the patient . He asks the patient about his/her medical history, medications, and smoking and become aware of his/her other concerns. It is important that the patient be honest with the surgeon. Hiding certain information can increase risk of postoperative complications.

Warning for the smokers!!
*smokers should avoid smoking for at least 14 days before and 14 days after their surgery.

 

SURGERY AIMS

After the surgeon determines that a patient is physically suitable for the surgery, he/she asks the patient about aesthetic or health related goals. Patients who are going to have rhinoplasty in Iran for cosmetic reasons, may bring a picture of a nose they want to look like, but it is not possible to get exactly that.

 

Which candidates are suitable for nose job ?

You have the potential for rhinoplasty in Iran if:

Your facial growth is complete
You are in good general health. While cosmetic surgery is safe on the whole, it does require a certain level of stamina to assure a speedy recovery
You are a non-smoker
And if you have a positive outlook and realistic expectations about surgery

 

RHINOPLASTY has different kinds:

NOSE SURGERY CAN BE DEVIDED INTO SEVERAL TYPES DEPENDING ON THE PATIENT’S GOALS:
REDUCTION RHINOPLASTY
Reduction rhinopplasty is one of the most commonly used types of rhinoplasty to alter the shape and size of the nose.

This technique can give a patient a nose which is more proportionate to his/her other facial features. Specially, this type of surgery can affect the nose bridge, long nasal tip, and extremely irregular nostrils. the surgeon removes some bone and cartilage of the nose to achieve the desired result. To reduce the size of nostrils, the doctor may require the alar reduction technique. During this process, the surgeon removes small pieces of tissue from the area where the nostrils reach the cheeks.

 

The type of AUGMENTATION RHINOPLASTY

Augmentation rhinoplasty is another type of rhinoplsty. During this surgery, the surgeon uses the bone or tissue grafts for the nasal tip or bridge. In most cases, he/she uses cartilage of other parts of the nose, often nasal septum. However, if a patient does not have enough tissue in this area, the surgeon may use thigh bone, cartilage of other areas, synthetic material, or other biological tissues.

 

The Rhinoplasty after accident or injury

If a patient has a nose injury, rhinoplasty after injury may be performed. This technique can affect both the nose appearance and function. Doctors may use this technique for straightening and repairing nasal septum.

 

RECONSTRUCTIVE NOSE SURGERY

Patients may require revision rhinoplasty if they lose all or part of their nose as a result of an accident, skin cancer, or a serious illness. During the treatment process, a rhinoplasty surgeon reconstructs the nose using skin grafts, flap techniques, and other advanced methods.

 

The RHINOPLASTY for teenagers

In most cases, doctors recommend that teenagers wait until their nose growth is completed before undergoing rhinoplasty surgery. However, there are some exceptions, especially in cases of trauma or breathing problems. When young patients undergo rhinoplasty, the doctor should provide special care to protect subtle features of the nose.

 

RHINOPLASTY For adults

Although the nose stops growing at around 16 years old, its shape may change over time. Nasal tip may turn downwards or nasal passages may be tightened and cause breathing problems. So the doctor can improve these issues and also makes the patient look younger through this type of surgery.

 

THERE ARE TWO TECHNIQUES FOR RHINOPLASTY:

  • Open Rhinoplasty
  • Closed Rhinoplasty

 

Some details about OPEN RHINOPLASTY

The open or external rhinoplasty approach uses a few hidden internal incisions and adds a small incision that is placed on the tissue that separates the nostrils (this area is called the columella). With the addition of this visible incision, the nasal skin can be folded upward to provide easier access to the bones, tissue, and cartilage inside the nose during surgery. This usually allows the surgeon to operate in a more delicate manner.

Most surgeons prefer to use the open approach in complex cases, such as cleft-lip rhinoplasty, severely deviated noses or severe post-rhinoplasty deformities and also in more routine primary rhinoplasty in which tip modification is desired. This would include treatment of a bulbous tip, over-projected tip, pinched tip and droopy tip.

This technique usually results in minimal visible scarring. The biggest drawbacks of open rhinoplasty are that the procedure typically is longer and more invasive than closed rhinoplasty. Recovery times also may be a bit lengthier.

 

Some details ABOUT CLOSED RHINOPLASTY

In the closed or endonasal rhinoplasty approach all of the surgical incisions are made inside the nostrils. In this way no part of the incision can be seen externally and a visible scar is avoided. However, since the right and left nostril incisions remain disconnected, repositioning of the skin is difficult and the entire operation is performed through narrow surgical openings with reduced visibility.

Considered less invasive and usually shorter in duration than an open rhinoplasty, closed rhinoplasty is best suited to address features that are more easily corrected, especially when the tip of the nose is well-shaped.

Patients may experience less swelling as well as a shorter and easier recovery period following surgery. The biggest downside to closed rhinoplasty is that is the incisions may cause the nasal structure to weaken, which can compromise its shape in the future. Also, given the limited access that it allows surgeons to cartilage and tissue, usually only less delicate changes can be made.

The risks while the surgery

When it comes to understanding the risks and complications associated with rhinoplasty surgery, it is important to consider those of any surgery, as well as the dangers of the specific procedure. The potential rhinoplasty risks associated with all surgeries include:

  • Adverse Reaction to Anesthesia
  • Bleeding
  • Infection
  • Hematoma

Risks that are specific to rhinoplasty iran include:

Nosebleeds
Numbness
Scarring at the base of the nose
Swelling
Bursting of small blood vessels on the surface of the skin
Permanent nerve damage
Under-or over- correction that necessitates revision rhinoplasty.
Note that choosing a qualified rhinoplasty surgeon can significantly reduce the health risks associated with rhinoplasty. You should use your consultation as an opportunity to ask questions about the procedure, including its risks, benefits, and side effects. In addition, following your surgeon’s instructions will help to avoid health complications.

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