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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ULTRASONIC RHINOPLASTY
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Everything You Need To Know About Ultrasonic Rhinoplasty

As innovation continues to meet medical science, more exciting methods and techniques are being introduced into clinical practice. The specialty of plastic surgery has been a major beneficiary as there is a recent emergence of a rhinoplasty technique now being considered by many doctors. It is ultrasonic rhinoplasty, and in this article, we will be

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Common Nose Types and Required Rhinoplasty
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Common Nose Types and Required Rhinoplasty

In this article, we’ll be discussing the various nose appearances that usually make individuals seek a rhinoplasty and the rhinoplasty used for correcting them. 1. OVER-PROJECTED AND UNDER-PROJECTED NOSE: An over-projected nose can often be seen as one having pointy and unusually large features, while an under-projected nose can be described as flat, saggy, or

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Effect of Aging on Rhinoplasty
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Effect of Aging on Rhinoplasty

When people consider the outcomes of plastic surgery, such as rhinoplasty, they frequently consider the short-term outcomes. However, it’s equally important to think about the long-term consequences. What are the long-term effects of rhinoplasty? For example, does a rhinoplasty nose job age well? What happens as we age is very crucial to consider when it

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Why You May Need a Septoplasty Plus a Turbinectomy
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Why You May Need a Septoplasty Plus a Turbinectomy

A deviated septum is a common problem in the general population, but degrees of severity vary. When the deviation causes snoring, difficulty in nasal breathing, constant respiratory diseases, frequent nosebleeds, and sinusitis, surgical intervention is recommended for correction – this is called a septoplasty. How does septoplasty work? The main purpose of septoplasty is to

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Rhinoplasty in cleft Nose
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Rhinoplasty for Cleft Nose

Cleft rhinoplasty is a nasal reshaping procedure for persons who have a deformed nose due to a cleft lip or palate. Cleft rhinoplasty is significantly more complicated than a standard rhinoplasty (“nose job”), which is why you should seek out a specialist who has performed cleft rhinoplasty before. Cleft lip and palate are among the

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Structured Rhinoplasty
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Structured Rhinoplasty Technique & Benefits That You Needs to Know

Many patients interested in performing plastic nose surgery are unaware that the professional responsible for performing the procedure can choose between two philosophies for performing the technique; structured rhinoplasty or reduction rhinoplasty. Reduction rhinoplasty is an older technique, but it is currently less used. In reduction rhinoplasty, the plastic surgeon reduces the nasal structures so

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ethnic rhinoplasty
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How is ethnic rhinoplasty different?

Ethnic rhinoplasty is a form of rhinoplasty that is used to produce a more aesthetically appealing nose shape while keeping the ethnic characteristics that make each ethnic group special. In the 1980s and 1990s, the majority of rhinoplasty procedures were based on the European nose shape, which was unsuitable for Asian, African-American, and Middle Eastern

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rhinoplasty and exercise
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Physical Activities After Rhinoplasty

After an invasive aesthetic procedure, such as rhinoplasty surgery, it is normal to want to keep out of the gym and other physical activities, whether due to recovery or to avoid disturbing the newly operated nose. But many patients are professional athletes or simply like to play sports for fun, and they end-up being afraid

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Postoperative Rhinoplasty Recovery
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Postoperative Rhinoplasty Recovery

Plastic surgery of the nose – a rhinoplasty or “nose job” – is one of the most performed aesthetic procedures. However, this is also a procedure that requires proper care during the postoperative period.  As the nose is a region that is very delicate and sensitive, it is extremely important that the patient knows what

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