Transgender Nose Job for Feminine Look
Apr26

Transgender Nose Job for Feminine Look

These days, the transgender nose job has become increasingly popular. Many men and women feel like they were born into the body of wrong sex and the ratio of male to female transitioning is 3:1. As the nose is the most noticeable feature so transgender looks for improving the shape to give it a feminine look. In this surgery, the overall size and shape of the nose is enhanced and the nasal angles are amending to align more closely to...

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Female Vs. Male Nose Job – What’s the Difference
Apr19

Female Vs. Male Nose Job – What’s the Difference

As men are observing and becoming more aware of the benefits of nose surgery to optimize their appearance they are switching toward ‘The male nose job.’ Today, the nose job is not only restricted to women, but men are also choosing it to enhance their looks. However, as the anatomy of both men and women are not same and so is the process of carrying out the nose jobs! The Male Nose Vs. Female Nose The breathing appendage of both men...

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Primary Versus Revision Rhinoplasty
Apr13

Primary Versus Revision Rhinoplasty

Primary and Revision Rhinoplasty are a kind of surgical processes that are used correct or change the appearance of the nose. However, both of these kinds of Rhinoplasty have some differences that make them apart from each other. Let us take a precise look on the difference between these two. What is Primary Rhinoplasty? Primary Rhinoplasty is a kind of surgical procedure performed over a nose not necessarily operated in before. While...

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Asian Rhinoplasty For Asian Patient’s Facial Features
Mar29

Asian Rhinoplasty For Asian Patient’s Facial Features

Asian Rhinoplasty or nose job is a surgery that is not only to make a Caucasian nose, but to make a nose that is attuned with Asian face. The main aim of this surgery is to make the shape of the nose larger and sharper. However, there are five things to know about this nose job, let us take a look. Long History in Asia Nose surgery methods have a long history in Asia. Most reports about this sort of strategy are composed in...

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How Old Must I Be To Undergo Rhinoplasty?
Mar21

How Old Must I Be To Undergo Rhinoplasty?

There is no any optimal age for Rhinoplasty, but the other factors that should be considered for the overall fitness and possessing realistic objectives. No surgeons will likely perform nose jobs on patients who deem far too young. However, the older patients may get many benefits from Rhinoplasty for different reasons. Basically, Rhinoplasty or nose job is one of the most complicated surgeries that take time to recover. Age for...

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Is Rhinoplasty Worth It
Mar05

Is Rhinoplasty Worth It

Rhinoplasty procedure has gained a vast popularity for a last few years. In simple words, this is a kind of surgical procedure done for reshaping the nose. Whether you need a long nose or a small, need to change the angle of your nose, correct bumps or any defects, Rhinoplasty or Nose job is a perfect and effective solution. However, when it comes to the worth of this procedure, it is vital for the patient to understand about the...

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10 Things You Need to Know Before Rhinoplasty
Feb25

10 Things You Need to Know Before Rhinoplasty

Getting a nose job is one of the most complicated tasks for both patient and the surgeon. Certainly, Rhinoplasty can change the appearance of your nose permanently and that is why it is crucial to understand a few basics about this medical procedure. 1. Non-surety of a perfect nose Many people think that after a nose job, the person can get a perfect nose. But it is quite disappointing that the results are not sure. Undoubtedly, this...

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How to Get Insurance Cover for Rhinoplasty
Feb19

How to Get Insurance Cover for Rhinoplasty

Rhionoplasty, which is also known as a nose job is a kind of surgery executed to change the nose appearance. There are ample components that plays a vital role in proper nose shape and it is not compulsory that they are always perfect. Sometimes you need to alter them in some ways, such as width, length or tip of your nose. A proper nose shape can be easily achieved through Rhinoplasty. This surgery can change the nasal profile of an...

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External Nasal Valve Collapse and Functional Rhinoplasty
Oct19

External Nasal Valve Collapse and Functional Rhinoplasty

Functional rhinoplasty is one of the many several different types of rhinoplasty. The main and primary purpose why functional rhinoplasty will be performed is to reconstruct the anatomical structure of the nose to improve nasal breathing. Functional rhinoplasty is not done with a cosmetic purpose but for health purposes. Not all people are candidates to undergo functional rhinoplasty. Functional rhinoplasty will be indicated if the...

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Inferior Turbinate Hypertrophy and Functional Rhinoplasty
Oct15

Inferior Turbinate Hypertrophy and Functional Rhinoplasty

Functional rhinoplasty is a type of rhinoplasty that is done with one purpose, to improve the patient’s breathing through the nose. One of the most common reasons or indications for a patient to undergo functional rhinoplasty is an abnormality to the patient’s anatomical structures of the nose. However, not all abnormalities of the nose’s anatomical structures will need to be corrected through functional rhinoplasty. If abnormalities...

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Risks and Benefits of Functional Rhinoplasty
Sep28

Risks and Benefits of Functional Rhinoplasty

Functional rhinoplasty is a specific type of rhinoplasty done to improve the patient’s breathing pattern through the nose and get rid of symptoms brought about abnormalities in the anatomical features of the nose. Most of the time, functional rhinoplasty is done to patients complaining of nasal obstruction due to deviated septum. If a patient has a deviated septum, septoplasty (surgery to fix a deviated septum) is done together with...

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How is Functional Rhinoplasty Performed?
Sep25

How is Functional Rhinoplasty Performed?

There are several different types of rhinoplasty, when it comes to how the rhinoplasty procedure is performed and what is the main purpose and goal of the rhinoplasty procedure. There is one type of rhinoplasty that is specifically done to help the patient improve his or her breathing patterns, due to a nasal obstruction caused by a deviated septum, trauma to the nose, injury to the nose, etc. The type of rhinoplasty I am referring to...

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Functional Rhinoplasty
Sep20

Functional Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty has 2 different purposes, for cosmetic purposes and for functional purposes. In functional rhinoplasty, rhinoplasty is done to help the patient breathe better. There are some cases of functional rhinoplasty that do not involve changing the shape and appearance of the external area of the nose. Functional rhinoplasty may only require doing some changes in the internal structures of the nose to help the patient breathe...

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Rhinoplasty Benefits
Sep16

Rhinoplasty Benefits

Not all patients find one certain benefit or certain benefits when getting a rhinoplasty or nose job. Each patient will have a different benefit from another patient, since not all patients get the same type of rhinoplasty and not all patients have the same desired results from their rhinoplasty surgery. However, even though not all patients undergo the same type of rhinoplasty and not all patients have the same desired results, the...

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The First 48 Hours Post Rhinoplasty
Sep12

The First 48 Hours Post Rhinoplasty

Most patients who just underwent any surgical procedures, not just surgical rhinoplasty, can attest that the most difficult and painful period after any surgical procedures is during the first 48 hours. It is during the first 48 hours when the anesthesia given to the patient for the patient not to feel any pain and discomforts during the surgical procedure will start to wear off. Together with the wearing off of the effects of...

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Post-Operative Care for Rhinoplasty
Sep09

Post-Operative Care for Rhinoplasty

During the post-operative phase in any surgical procedures, not just rhinoplasty, will really need some patience. For surgical rhinoplasty, it will usually take at least 2 weeks for the nose to heal or even longer. Since in rhinoplasty, there are alterations and changes done in the connective tissues (bones and cartilages) in the nose and there are times that nose implants are even placed, it will normally take time for the body to...

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Pain Post Rhinoplasty
Sep06

Pain Post Rhinoplasty

It is inevitable for pain to happen during rhinoplasty procedure and after rhinoplasty procedure. Pain is the most common side effect or complains of everyone who underwent rhinoplasty. However, not all people have the same or similar perception of pain, since pain perception differs from each and everyone due to different pain threshold and pain tolerance of every person. Pain post rhinoplasty will also depend on what type of...

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Post Rhinoplasty Discomforts
Sep03

Post Rhinoplasty Discomforts

It is very normal for patients to undergo post operative discomforts from any type of surgical rhinoplasty. May it be open rhinoplasty, closed rhinoplasty, augmentation rhinoplasty, autologous cartilage graft rhinoplasty, etc. However, it is quite unusual if discomforts will occur post non-surgical rhinoplasty, when in fact, patients after their appointments from non-surgical rhinoplasty can instantly return and do their activities of...

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Contraindications of Augmentation Rhinoplasty
Aug31

Contraindications of Augmentation Rhinoplasty

For those patients who want to have their nose augmented, or increase the size of their noses for a better physical appearance, then they may want to take augmentation rhinoplasty as a possible option. In fact, augmentation rhinoplasty can even be done to correct a deviated septum. Augmentation rhinoplasty is not one of the 3 types of rhinoplasties, but augmentation rhinoplasty is a type of rhinoplasty that can be done in two...

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How is Autologous Cartilage Graft Rhinoplasty Done?
Aug28

How is Autologous Cartilage Graft Rhinoplasty Done?

There are some cases where patients have to undergo an autologous cartilage graft rhinoplasty, and not have artificial nose implants. When speaking about risks and possible complications after getting a nose job, using artificial implants are much more dangerous than using nose implants that are not artificial and are taken from the patient’s own body. In the case of autologous cartilage graft rhinoplasty, the patient’s own cartilage...

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