Open Rhinoplasty (hump reduction / Osteotomy/Tip Plasty/ base reduction)
Open Rhinoplasty (hump reduction / Osteotomy/Tip Plasty/ base reduction)

Open Rhinoplasty (hump reduction / Osteotomy/Tip Plasty/ base reduction)

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Open Rhinoplasty (hump reduction / Osteotomy/Tip Plasty/ base reduction) Treatment

An open rhinoplasty is a more obtrusive surgical methodology for changing the shape of the nose and the size of the nose, including any corrective breathing issues. In this surgery, the nose surgeon will cut open the nasal skin and the nasal ligament to uncover the fundamental internal nasal structure and the nasal bone completely.

A combination of nose hump reduction, tip plasty, base reduction rhinoplasty, and osteotomy surgery are usually recommended for people whose nose needs a complete makeover, right from the internal structure to the external structure 

The following techniques are used in an open rhinoplasty; 

Tip plasty: Tip plasty involves the process of reshaping the tip of the nose, confining just to the tip of the nose. The objective of tip rhinoplasty is to work on the tip's appearance by lifting a tip that drops down or changing the size and even the protrusion of the tip.

Nose hump reduction: To reduce any underlying dorsal hump, a little cut is commonly made across the underside of the nose that is then associated with cuts made inside the two nostrils. The skin overlying the nose is reflected up and off of the primary structure of the nose.

Osteotomy: In this technique of osteotomy surgery, the doctor focuses on cutting and reshaping the nasal bone to reshape any deformed bone that usually does not align with the joint.

Base reduction rhinoplasty: The doctor will normally make a small cut in your alar wrinkle, wherein a wedge will be eliminated from your nasal septum relying upon the aesthetic concerns, in order to reduce the width of the nose base.

Treatments

The combination of hump reduction rhinoplasty, tip plasty, base reduction rhinoplasty, and osteotomy surgery are predominantly used to treat both cosmetic and medical reasons, including; 

  • A deviated nasal septum
  • Wounds or injury
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Burn injuries
  • Broken noses
  • Deformities 
  • Narrow or widen the nostrils
  • Narrow the nose bridge
  • Reshape the nose tip
  • Fix a crooked nose
  • Adjust the point between the upper lip and nose

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