What are different Rhinoplasty types available in Chengalpattu, Chennai?
There are two types of Rhinoplasty available across the world and both Rhinoplasty types are available in Chengalpattu.
- Open Rhinoplasty
- Closed Rhinoplasty
A small incision is made on the columella, the soft tissue that separates the nostrils, to perform open rhinoplasty, also known as external rhinoplasty. This approach allows for easy access to the underlying bone and cartilage structure while under general anesthesia or twilight sedation. The main advantage of the open technique is that it allows for more precise reshaping of the nose framework to achieve desired contouring. Because the original structure of the nose has already been disturbed, the open technique is best used when considering a revision rhinoplasty. Scar left behind is very small and not visible, will usually fade with time.
Closed rhinoplasty, also known as endonasal rhinoplasty, is a type of rhinoplasty in which all incisions are concealed within the nostrils. Dr. Pearlman will perform the procedure through separate surgical openings in the left and right nostrils under general anesthesia or twilight sedation. The closed technique is less invasive and leaves no visible scarring because there are no external incisions. The lack of a columellar incision results in slightly less swelling during recovery for many of the modifications made during rhinoplasty.
Is it Safe to do Rhinoplasty in Chengalpattu, Chennai?
Yes. Rhinoplasty surgery is very common procedure done my many Certified Plastic Surgeons in Chennai.
What is Average cost of different types of Rhinoplasty in Chennai?
Open Revision Rhinoplasty average cost in Chengalpattu is ₹ 75,000.
Closed Nose Job average cost in Chengalpattu is ₹ 70,000.
Revision Tiplasty average cost in Chengalpattu is ₹ 80,000.
Filler Revision Rhinoplasty average cost in Chengalpattu is ₹ 65,000.
Revision Rhinoplasty average cost in Chengalpattu is ₹ 70,000.
What are medical conditions where Rhinoplasty can be used?
There are many medical conditions where Rhinoplasty is recommended like
Nasal symmetry, or the resizing of the nose, is important for facial balance and a pleasing appearance.
Increasing the height of the nose or decreasing the dorsal hump.
Correction of upturned, drooping, bulbous/boxy nasal tips.
Correction of the nasopharyngeal flare.
Breathing problems caused by a deviated septum are corrected.
Nasal width reduction at the bridge or in the position of the nostrils.
What is Rhinoplasty Recovery time?
After Rhinoplasty surgery you will be discharged same or next day. You may experience soreness and swelling for about a week. Wearing bandage is compulsory for couple of days based on correction done. You are back to normal life after 2 to 3 days and can resume work after a week.
After one week of surgery, the splint is removed. After total rhinoplasty, you will be told to wear a night splint for another one week. For about 10 days, there will be bruising and swelling around the eyes and nose. You will be put on a liquid diet for the first one week, then a soft diet for the next one weeks. Using saline-soaked earbuds, clean your nostrils and apply antiseptic ointment. After two weeks, exercise and swimming can be resumed. After 2-3 days, work may be resumed.
Rhinoplasty vs Septoplasty?
Both Rhinoplasty and Septoplasty are corrective nasal surgeries. Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that alters the shape, size, and contouring of your nose to improve your appearance while maintaining internal function. The Internal Septal Wall Is Corrected During Septoplasty To Facilitate Proper Breathing. The Nose’s External Aspects Remain Unaffected.
What is Minimum Age for Rhinoplasty?
Nose development happen throughout adolescence and early adulthood. Hence it’s advised to perform Rhinoplasty surgery after 21 years of age.
Is Rhinoplasty Results permanent?
Yes, Rhinoplasty results are permanent.