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Rhinoplasty, or nose surgery, is one of the most common and delicate of all plastic surgery procedures. Rhinoplasty can reduce or increase the size of your nose, change the shape of the tip or the bridge, narrow the span of the nostrils. Aside from certain aesthetic ideals for each race, you must look for harmony and proportion between facial features.


Patient must think carefully about their expectations and discuss them with the surgeon
Persons who have completed their growth spurt (16 to 17 years old) are good candidates for nose surgery.

The procedure is performed under local anesthesia and sedatives, and it's usually done on an outpatient basis. As for scarring, when rhinoplasty is performed from inside the nose, there is no visible scarring at all, except in more complicated cases when a small incision is made across the columella or when the procedure calls for the narrowing of flared nostrils.

During surgery the bone and cartilage are sculpted to the desired shape and the skin redraped over the new framework.
When the surgery is complete, a splint will be applied for seven days to help your nose maintain its new shape. Nasal packs also may be placed in your nostrils only when there was excessive bleeding or in case of a deviated septum.

After the surgery, the patient must stay in bed for two days and after that must be sedentary until the splint is removed and restrain from physical activity and exposure to the sun for a month. Swelling and bruising varies from patient to patient. Some hematoma around the eyelids may appear but should disappear within two weeks or so.

Aside from aesthetics, the respiratory function must be evaluated, checking for a deviated septum that might cause an obstruction of the air passages which must be corrected during the same operation.

From an aesthetic point of view, the nose must be evaluated from all angles, trying to achieve facial harmony.