Rhinoplasty: Its purpose, risks, and recovery
A human nose is not only a functionally important organ, but it is also aesthetically important because it is located in the sanction part of the face, and it is seen from both the profile and the lateral use, which gives it aesthetic importance.
Rhinoplasty in Pune is a surgical procedure to correct the nose’s deformed shape and aesthetically enhance the shape of the nose, thereby enhancing the overall facial aesthetics. There may be multiple deformities that may be present to a plastic surgeon; these inpatients elude a hump on the nose, a broad nose, a droopy tip, a broad tip; there are other deformities like flattened dorsum of the nose, and all these deformities can be corrected by doing a rhinoplasty. The most important part of doing the rhinoplasty is not the surgery itself. It is the assessment of the deformities assessment of the nose’s proportions concerning freeze, which is why the first consultation with the primary plastic surgeon is very important in this case.
During rhinoplasty, what essentially we do is there to be separate the skin of the nose from the underline bone in cartilage in its framework, which gives its shape to the nose, after which we alter the shape of the bony and cartilaginous part of the nose and be might add a few things inside the nose. Then the skin and soft tissue again redraped over on a nose giving the nose its new desired shape there might be.
There are two approaches to rhinoplasty: an open rhinoplasty or a close rhinoplasty. Both have got their advantages and disadvantages. In open rhinoplasty, there is an external scar on the nose, which is generally not visible because it is situated on the underside of the nose, which is called the calla molar part of the nose. Therefore, open rhinoplasty is generally suitable if the amount of correction is done in the nose.
Dr. Amit Mulay
MBBS, FCPS, DNB (General & Plastic Surgery)
With over 15 years of experience in the field of Plastic Surgery and its subspecialties, he specialises in reconstructive microsurgery and has been performing vascularised/free tissue transfers(Free Flaps).
Bestowed with the Young Investigator Award at the International Society of Burn Injuries (ISBI) from Australia, he is a well-known plastic surgeon in Pune & PCMC with a keen interest in the head, neck, and breast cancer reconstruction, hand surgery, reconstruction of upper and lower limb trauma and cosmetic surgery for facial scars, breast, and nose.