Nasal correction is recommended for all patients whose nose is incompatible with the rest of their face. The nose may be hooked, massive, or asymmetrical, thus looking predominant and reducing the attractiveness of facial appearance. Sometimes, nasal patency problems also exist and may be resolved under specialist supervision. Asymmetrical nasal septum may be the cause of many symptoms, including those related to aesthetic background.
Asymmetrical nose 101
Nasal bridge correction is one of the most common procedures. Thanks to the surgical intervention, patients may achieve desired shape of their nose so that it is no longer the cause of inferiority complex. On the other hand, asymmetrical nasal septum may lead to sleep apnea. This may in turn lead to the development of numerous disorders such as hypertension, arrhythmias, infarction, or strokes. Therefore, quick intervention is needed to eliminate the problem and enjoy better health.
What does the procedure involve?
The procedure is usually performed under general anesthesia, particularly when significant changes in nasal appearance are planned. Firstly skin is dissected from the osteochondral support which is subsequently remodeled to the desired shape. Depending on the extent of the procedure, swelling and headaches may develop; these should resolve within about 8 days after the procedure. After this time, the swelling becomes virtually invisible. However, final effects of nasal correction may be appreciated only as late as 12 months after the procedure. The follow-up visit schedule should be complied with during this period.Umów się na wizytę >