Medical Rhinoplasty
Medical Rhinoplasty

Medical Rhinoplasty

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Medical rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that changes the structure of the nose to correct any internal congestion or trauma. The rhinoplasty medical reasons behind any individual choosing to undergo the procedure is predominantly to improve any breathing difficulties that are caused due to the shape of the nose. The upper segment of the shape of the nose is bone, and the lower segment is the cartilage. Rhinoplasty can reshape the structure or replace the bone, cartilage, skin or each of all the three.

While arranging for a medical rhinoplasty, the doctor will take into consideration all the other facial elements, the skin of the nose and what you might want to change. In the event that you're a possible candidate for the surgical procedure, any best rhinoplasty surgeon will come up with a personalised plan for you. 

The doctor will utilise a local or general sedation. Assuming it's a straightforward technique, you will get a local sedation on the nose, which will likewise numb the face. You may likewise get some drugs through an IV line that makes you feel drowsy and sleepy, yet you will in any case be conscious. With general sedation, you will be able to breathe through a medication or get one through an IV that will get you to become unconscious.

When you're numb or not conscious, the doctor will make incisions between or inside the nostrils, based on the rhinoplasty medical reasons. They will begin to isolate the skin from the cartilage or the bone and afterward start the process. Assuming the new nose needs a small quantity of extra cartilage, the doctor might eliminate some from the ear or somewhere from deep inside the nose. In the event that more is required, there are chances for the individual to get an implant or a bone grafting. A bone grafting is extra bone that is added deep down in the nose.


Medical rhinoplasty is predominantly used to treat;

  • Chronic Sinus Problems
  • Deviated Nasal Septum
  • Injuries or trauma that triggers breathing issues
  • Nasal inflammation caused by chronic allergies 
  • Broken noses