Four weeks post operation for a rhinoplasty is early to experience the final result. Nasal labial angle will reduce over time as the swelling decreases. The nostril show will also reduce as the swelling subsides. If it does not, Weir incisions will help. Overall your result is a good with excellent profile. […]Read More
Can a broken nose be further adjusted within 10 days after initial reduction or should the ENT do this or a different doctor.
You can readjust broken bones for up to 2 weeks, although it gets more difficult after 1 week and the only person who should do this is an ENT doctor after 10 days, although the initial reaction could be done in the ER if there is no ENT doctor available. Broken nose rhinoplastyserves a dual […]Read More
Closed Rhinoplasty Tip Work Normally a closed rhinoplasty tip work refers to the fact that upper and lower lateral cartilages, which are at the tip of the nose are too big or asymmetric and also the tip may be pulled down. All these referring to a boxy, round tip with possibly a decreased angle from the […]Read More
The Importance Of Waiting A Year Or More Before Having Another Nose Job It takes at least 9 months to 1 year for swelling and scar tissue to abate. Operating sooner is more difficult with the risks of getting less than optimum results. Another factor involves the building up of scar tissue on top of scar tissue. […]Read More
In most cases a deviated septum has also a deviated cranial bulb. Therefore, in most cases, yes you do have to re-break the nose. But in more mild cases the nose looks fine, you just need to have a submucosal resection which involves just taking out a little bend in the cartilage septum itself. […]Read More