Nose Shaper – Cost Effective Alternative to Invasive Plastic Surgery
Aug18

Nose Shaper – Cost Effective Alternative to Invasive Plastic Surgery

The latest innovation in the field of nose reshaping is: the ‘Nose Shaper’. It is known to be the best alternative that can possibly eliminate the need for invasive and expensive rhinoplasty. Nose re-shaper is an instrument that makes your nose smaller. Nose shaper or re-shaper basically shapes the cartilage in our nose, and a regular and long term use of the instrument assures change in your nose’s shape for better appearance. How...

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Septoplasty And Submucous Resection
Sep01

Septoplasty And Submucous Resection

Role Of Septoplasty And Submucous Resection In Deviated Septum Treatment In deviated septum treatment, septoplasty and submucous resection is proved solution by which septum deviation can be corrected. May be you are not familiar with deviated septum by its name, but after knowing what deviated septum actually is, you will get clear picture of it. See yourself in a mirror and focus on your nose shape. The septum exists in the internal...

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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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The Different Surgical Treatments for a Deviated Septum
Aug24

The Different Surgical Treatments for a Deviated Septum

If you suffer from a septal deviation, which causes a recurring congestion or sinus infection then your ENT physician will recommend an operation known as septoplasty to cure it. This procedure will straighten the deviated septum to restore normal breathing and flow of mucus. This procedure, performed under general anesthesia will usually take one to two hours. Types of Septoplasty There are two techniques which can be used to perform...

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Septoplasty Surgery Instructions
Aug08

Septoplasty Surgery Instructions

What is a Septoplasty? A septoplasty is a surgical procedure to correct a deviated (or crooked) septum. The nasal septum is the separating wall between the two nostrils. This is made up of cartilage and bone. A septoplasty is recommended to fix a deformed septum or to correct irregular air flow often times caused by a deviated septum. A deviated septum can make it difficult to breathe through your nose and can contribute to sinus...

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My friend had surgery for a deviated septum and was in a lot of pain afterward and had a lot of swelling and bruising. Will this happen to me?

It is common for people to say they had surgery on their septum when, in fact, they had much more than that with a rhinoplasty or nasal reconstruction.  This can entail breaking of the nasal bones and outer cartilage trimming and shaping that is a much more extensive procedure and has a longer recovery period.  This is very different from septal surgery alone. (Source: Alexa S. Lessow, M.D. Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surger; Facial...

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