Rhinoplasty is an operation to reform your nose. It could make a nose smaller or larger; change the nose’s tip; alter the nose’s angle; or correct indentations, bumps, and other nose defects.
During revision rhinoplasty Toronto, surgeons create cuts to access the cartilage and bones that support your nose. Usually, the cuts are done inside the nose so that, after the operation, they are indistinguishable. Several cartilages and bones might be removed depending on the desired outcome. There may also be tissues added, either using a synthetic filler or from another part of your body. The tissue and skin are rewrapped over the nose’s structure after the surgeon has reshaped and rearranged the cartilage and bone. To support the new nose structure as it settles, a strap is placed outside it.
In around a week, the bandaging and strap around the nose would be removed.
The face would feel swollen. Also, the areas around the nose and eyes would be swollen and bruised for a few days. To help reduce the pain and minimize swelling, cold compresses could help. The surgeon might also suggest pain medication. It would take around 11 up to 15 days before most of the bruising and swelling recovers.
You might need to maintain your head relatively still and elevated for the 1st several days after the operation. It might be a few weeks before you could come back to being active.
Reasons for the Operation
Rhinoplasty could alter the angle, shape, and size of the nose. It also brings it into a greater ratio with the rest of the head.
Also, this operation might correct physical issues with noses that cause breathing issues and severe congestion.
The outcomes of this surgery might be significant or minor. It depends on what type of correction individuals want.