Ethnic nasal surgery is a way to preserve the ethnic traits of a person’s nasal and facial architecture while also solving aesthetic or functional nasal issues. This procedure may be right for you.
When it comes to ethnic nasal surgery, there are many nasal issues that prospective patients frequently bring to our practice. Frequently, ethnic rhinoplasty will involve correction of a bulbous nasal tip, a flat tip, flared or wide nostrils, a down-turned profile, or a flat bridge of the nose.
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After your nasal tip rhinoplasty to reshape the tip of your nose, your nasal tissues will need some time to heal and settle into their new position. You may be concerned about nostril airflow during your nasal tip surgery recovery.
Rhinoplasty, like any surgery, creates some degree of temporary swelling in the nasal tissues. This swelling can cause a feeling of partial airflow blockage. Happily, this congested feeling will only last as long as the swelling does during your nasal tip surgery recovery. Afterwards, the airflow through the nostrils should be comfortable and easy.
To correct the nasal septum, surgeons employ septoplasty surgery, a type of rhinoplasty procedure. After your septoplasty, you’ll undergo a short period of septoplasty surgery recovery, which comes with instructions and tasks to ensure that healing is quick and free of complications.
Nasal stents are sometimes placed as part of septoplasty. These small tubes support the healing tissues of the septum after it has been repaired and keep the airways open for unimpaired breathing. Nasal stents will be taken out around a week into septoplasty surgery recovery.
Functional rhinoplasty describes any nasal surgery used to enhance or restore the nose’s ability to breathe and function. One popular type of functional rhinoplasty procedure is septoplasty.
The nasal septum can be found within the nose, in the center area. It’s made of bone and cartilage, and it serves to separate the nose vertically into two halves. Because the septum offers vital support to the nose as a whole, issues with the septum can affect the appearance and functionality of the nose. Thus, septoplasty to correct the nasal septum can be incredibly helpful for patients.
Are you interested in changing the appearance of your nose but are worried about invasive plastic surgery? For certain nasal issues, surgical rhinoplasty may not be necessary. Instead, patients can come in for non-surgical nose reshaping.
One nasal issue that can sometimes be solved with the use of non-surgical nose reshaping is a dorsal hump. A dorsal hump is a raised area on the bridge of the nose. To even out the bridge, the soft-tissue filler used in non-surgical nose reshaping can be injected into the areas above and below the hump on the bridge.
Rhinoplasty, or nasal surgery, can either be functional or cosmetic. While cosmetic rhinoplasty is specifically focused on improving the nose’s outward appearance to satisfy the goals of the patient, functional rhinoplasty has a different purpose.
Functional rhinoplasty is surgery that alters various internal and external nasal structures in order to make breathing easier for the patient. Because this type of surgery is viewed as important for health purposes, insurance companies are likely to pay for a portion of the procedure costs. To find out more about this possibility, contact your health insurance provider.