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Rhinoplasty Treatment in Jaipur

Nose is the central part of the face and determines the beauty of the face. Rhinoplasty, commonly referred to as a nose job, is a surgical procedure designed to reshape or resize the nose. It can address both aesthetic concerns and functional issues related to the nose. The motivation for rhinoplasty treatment may be to change the appearance of the nose, improve breathing or both.

The upper portion of the structure of the nose is bone, and the lower portion is cartilage. Rhinoplasty can change bone, cartilage, skin or all three. Talk to our expert plastic surgeon Dr. Vikas Gupta about whether rhinoplasty treatment in Jaipur is appropriate for you and what it can achieve.

Who Requires Rhinoplasty Treatment:

People who may consider rhinoplasty treatment include:

  •   Very Large and Very Small Nose.
  •   Deviated Nose
  •   Hump Nose
  •   Broad Nostril
  •   Someone Who Does Not Like His /her Nose

Surgical Steps of Rhinoplasty Treatment in Jaipur

Rhinoplasty Treatment in Jaipur requires local anesthesia with sedation or general anesthesia, depending on how complex your surgery is and what your surgeon prefers. Discuss with Dr. Vikas Gupta before surgery which type of anesthesia is most appropriate for you.

  •   Local Anesthesia with Sedation: - This type of anesthesia is usually used in an outpatient setting. It’s limited to a specific area of your body. Your doctor injects a pain-numbing medication into your nasal tissues and sedates you with medication injected through an intravenous (IV) line. This makes you drowsy but not fully asleep.
  •   General Anesthesia: - You receive the drug (anesthetic) by inhaling it or through a small tube (IV line) placed in a vein in your hand, neck or chest. General anesthesia affects your entire body and causes you to be unconscious during surgery. General anesthesia requires a breathing tube.

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Rhinoplasty Treatment in Jaipur may be done inside your nose or through a small external cut (incision) at the base of your nose, between your nostrils. Your surgeon will likely readjust the bone and cartilage underneath your skin.

Your plastic surgeon can change the shape of your nasal bones or cartilage in several ways, depending on how much needs to be removed or added, your nose's structure, and available materials. For small changes, the surgeon may use cartilage taken from deeper inside your nose or from your ear. For larger changes, the surgeon can use cartilage from your rib, implants or bone from other parts of your body. After these changes are made, the surgeon places the nose's skin and tissue back and stitches the incisions in your nose.

If the wall between the two sides of the nose (septum) is bent or crooked (deviated), the surgeon can also correct it to improve breathing.

After the rhinoplasty surgery, you'll be in a recovery room, where the staff monitors your return to wakefulness. You might leave later that day or, if you have other health issues, you might stay overnight

How Do I Care After Rhinoplasty Surgery?

After the rhinoplasty surgery in Jaipur you need to rest in bed with your head raised higher than your chest, to reduce bleeding and swelling. Your nose may be congested because of swelling or from the splints placed inside your nose during surgery.

In most cases, the internal dressings remain in place for one to seven days after surgery. Your doctor also tapes a splint to your nose for protection and support. It’s usually in place for about one week.

Slight bleeding and drainage of mucus and old blood are common for a few days after the surgery or after removing the dressing. Your doctor may place a "drip pad" — a small piece of gauze held in place with tape — under your nose to absorb drainage. Change the gauze as directed by your doctor. Don’t place the drip pad tight against your nose.

To further lower the chances of bleeding and swelling, your doctor may ask that you follow precautions for several weeks after rhinoplasty treatment in Jaipur. Your doctor may ask you to:

  •   Avoid strenuous activities such as aerobics and jogging.
  •   Take baths instead of showers while you have bandages on your nose.
  •   Not blow your nose.
  •   Eat high-fiber foods, such as fruits and vegetables, to avoid constipation. Constipation can cause you to strain, putting pressure on the surgery site.
  •   Avoid extreme facial expressions, such as smiling or laughing.
  •   Brush your teeth gently to limit movement of your upper lip.
  •   Wear clothes that fasten in the front. Don’t pull clothing, such as shirts or sweaters, over your head.

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Ideal candidates are individuals with good overall health who have specific concerns about the appearance or function of their nose. It's essential to have realistic expectations and discuss your goals with a qualified surgeon.

Rhinoplasty can address a wide range of concerns, including altering the size or shape of the nose, correcting a deviated septum, improving breathing, and enhancing facial harmony.

After rhinoplasty, patients can expect swelling, bruising, and some discomfort around the nose and eyes. Most people can return to light activities within a week, but complete recovery can take several weeks to months.

While you may notice some immediate changes, it can take several months for swelling to fully subside, and for the final results to become apparent. Patience is essential in the post-operative period.

Choosing a board-certified and experienced plastic surgeon or facial plastic surgeon is crucial. Research potential surgeons, schedule consultations, and ask about their experience, before-and-after photos, and patient testimonials to make an informed decision.