Rhinoplasty can harmonize the nose structure with your other facial features. The surgery can remove a bump, change the shape of the bridge, reduce or increase the size of your nose for a softer look, and narrow or lift the tip of the bridge.
Rhinoplasty is one of the most meticulous surgical procedures. The trend does not lean toward streamlined or “ski slope-like” noses anymore, but toward more natural-looking noses that will be in harmony with the other facial features. The goal of rhinoplasty is to produce a nose that appears natural and is in balance and harmony with the other facial features while respecting its structure and nature.
This surgery can sometimes be performed in conjunction with a chin correction in order keep a balanced profile. This procedure can be done by the age of 16-17 years, and there is no age limit.
The surgery can be performed on the entire nose or on a single part of it: the surgeon can simply, for example, remove a bump, or redefine a precise part of the nose; he can also modify the bridge to reduce the length and globally redefine it. A nose may also be too short, too wide or too curvy, so that a cartilage graft may be necessary to obtain well-matched proportions.
Consultation is necessary in order to study the deformations well, ascertain the motivations of the patient and to establish in perfect agreement the modifications to be made.
Infections, respiratory problems, asymmetry, irregularities, bones or cartilage, insufficient or too significant correction, hypertrophic scars, sense of smell problems, post-surgery depression. However, they are rare.
All of the incisions are done inside the nose except sometimes a very small incision of less than a centimetre in the lower part, which is almost invisible once healed. This is called an open rhinoplasty and it makes it easier to control the steps of the surgery and make the changes with precision. If it is necessary to narrow the nostrils, an incision at the base of both of them is necessary.
It can be necessary, depending on the case to reduce the bump, break the bones, reduce the size of the cartilage on the tip of the bridge, proceed to an internal mini graft taken from parts that were removed from the inner wall. Melting stitches are used.
The rhinoplasty is usually performed under general anaesthesia except for a tip of the nose or a small bump correction. The procedure takes an average of one to one and a a half hours.
Even if it is necessary to break the bones, minimal pain should be felt afterwards. However, you may expect to have black eyes for ten days and a nose bandage for one week.
In your 20s, skin is generally free of the signs of aging. Start a medically supervised treatment plan now to protect your skin from the harmful effects of sun and environment.
Proper cleansing, moisturizing, and use of a broad-spectrum sunscreen daily will help ward off early wrinkles and enlarged pores. Mild peels and topical treatments may help control acne. BOTOX® injections can prevent lines and filler agents such as Juvéderm® and Juvéderm Ultra Plus® can be used to fill out smile lines and augment lips.
For unfavorable size and shape of body features, surgery may be in order. Rhinoplasty, otoplasty and other aesthetic procedures can often be performed.
Decreased firmness and skin elasticity are a natural part of aging. Introducing anti-oxidants into your skincare routine can help prevent sun damage that leads to lines and age spots. Also, alpha hydroxy acids in conjunction with retinoids and topical antioxidants can restore a youthful appearance to the skin.
Non-invasive laser procedures may improve fine lines, brown spots, and broken blood vessels. BOTOX® injections can diminish laugh lines and create a smoother forehead. Fillers like Juvéderm® can be used to fill smile lines and augment lips.
For those in their 40s, damage caused by sun exposure becomes apparent. More aggressive skincare can help combat the visible signs
of aging. A combination of topical solutions like tretinoin (Retin-A), AHAs, and BHAs, along with microdermabrasion brings the
There are many procedures available to smooth and tighten skin. Photofacials, chemical peels, and topical treatments are effective in decreasing the signs of aging as well as minimizing pore size. Fillers like Juvéderm® can help restore volume in the mid-face and fill smile lines. For upper face and forehead lines, BOTOX® injections may be in order.
For those who choose the surgical route, face, brow, eye and neck lifts are very popular procedures.
By age fifty, regular skin examinations by a certified aesthetician or plastic surgeon are essential.
Maintaining natural moisture is more difficult. Peels and light therapy in combination with ultra-hydrating home care can help maintain the balance.
In all likelihood, more extensive facial rejuvenation procedures will be necessary at this stage. Depending on your appearance goals, comprehensive surgery can reverse signs of aging in the face, brow, mid-face, and neck areas.