Rhinoplasty Miami (Nose Job)

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Introduction to Rhinoplasty Miami

What is a Rhinoplasty?

A rhinoplasty is a procedure that is executed to alter or correct the shape and function of the nose. Its main purpose is to restructure the nose in order to create a natural and attractive look. If done correctly, this procedure only needs to be performed once in a lifetime and will bare natural and satisfying results permanently. Rhinoplasties are usually performed on individuals who suffer from a deviated septum, have ethnic facial features or those who feel extremely uncomfortable with the appearance of their nose.

What is Ethnic Rhinoplasty?

An ethnic rhinoplasty is just another way to describe the kind of procedure executed on certain individuals with specific characteristics. More often than not, ethnic rhinoplasty is performed on individuals who are African American and genetically inherit an overly wide nasal base. This specific rhinoplasty procedure can improve the look and function of the nose in many different ways. This is because this technique is done in order to improve or add to the tip of the nose, refine and alter the width of the nose and nostrils as well as add height to the nasal bridge.

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What is a Deviated Septum Surgery?

Very similarly to the ethnic rhinoplasty, a deviated septum surgery consists of the surgical alteration of the nasal skeleton in order to improve the function of the nose. The septum is the wall between the nostrils, which also supports the nose and has a great effect on the airflow in and out of the nose. A deviated septum can cause breathing problems and can cause unnatural facial appearances. A deviated septum is indeed a medical condition and can be sometimes be covered by your medical insurance provider.

How does a Nose Job work?

A rhinoplasty is executed through one or more incisions in the nose, where they are guaranteed to show the least visible scarring possible. Depending on the surgical approach you and your surgeon decide is best for you, you might have incisions made on the inside of the nostrils. Once this incision is made, the nasal skeleton and cartilage are altered, whether it is reduced, augmented or carefully sculpted to create a new appearance. Once all changes have been made to the nose, the skin and tissue is redraped over the new nose and the incisions are closed.



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What is Revision Rhinoplasty Miami?

A revision rhinoplasty Miami is performed when an individual has already endured and undergone a rhinoplasty procedure in the past. In many cases, individuals who have rhinoplasties performed by uncertified surgeons will end up unsatisfied or unhappy with the appearance and function of their nose. A revision rhinoplasty specialist can perform a secondary rhinoplasty in order to correct and alter any part of the nose that was previously untouched or unaffected by the first rhinoplasty procedure performed.

Open vs closed Rhinoplasty

There are two main techniques used to perform a rhinoplasty Miami. Although both are very popular, they do hold their own individual differences and benefits. Open rhinoplasty and closed rhinoplasty are just two terms used to describe two possible surgical approaches.

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Closed Rhinoplasty

Closed rhinoplasty consists of having all necessary incisions made through the inside of the nostrils. This approach is visibly scar free but can make the repositioning of the nasal skin pretty difficult if the nose requires a lot of surgical alteration.

Open Rhinoplasty

Open rhinoplasty on the other hand consists of an opening in the nasal bridge that allows maximum visibility of the areas of the nose that need to be changed.

Rhinoplasty Recovery in Miami

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Upon the end of your surgery, you will be sent home once you have fully recovered from the anesthesia. Although the majority of patients do not feel any intense or significant pain, swelling and bruising will occur around the eyes due to the close proximity of the nose and the eyes and the sensitivity of the veins and tissues that surround the area. Although you may feel some slight discomfort, your doctor will prescribe you analgesics to reduce the swelling and any possible painful sensation. Any splints or stitches used to seal the incisions in the nose will be removed anywhere from 5-10 days after the surgery. It is crucial that patients follow all instructions given by their surgeon without any exceptions. It is also very important that any prescribed medication is picked up before going into surgery in order to ensure maximum comfort.

Deviated Septum Surgery Recovery

This type of surgery lasts about an hour and complications rarely occur. Patients generally go home on the same day the surgery takes place. After surgery at Vanity Cosmetic Surgery the patient will need someone to take him or her home. Patients should keep their heads elevated in order to avoid nose bleeding and any straining exercise or bowel movements. Swelling of the nose and face is very common. Ice packs can help reduce the swelling. Some patients may feel more comfortable with applying a bag of frozen corn or pees since it provides the most comfort to the face.

Aftercare is very important for promoting surgical success. Patients will be taught about any required follow-up examinations, nasal packing, and the use of nasal irrigation to lessen scab formation or nasal crusting. The surgical area is going to be sensitive to regular activities including bending over, lifting objects, wearing glasses, etc. These types of physical activities should be avoided.

Rhinoplasty Risks

A rhinoplasty can be a life changing procedure and can change an individual’s appearance and self confidence but also entails certain risks that should be carefully considered before deciding to undergo the procedure. Like any cosmetic or plastic surgery, a rhinoplasty Miami can involve the risk of an infection. Because the nose has a direct pathway to the lungs and the blood stream, an infection in a nasal wound can prove fatal or life threatening. A change in the sensation of the skin surrounding the altered areas of the nose can also occur, although this can come back to normal after a certain amount of time.

How much does a Nose Job Cost in Miami?

Because cosmetic surgery procedures are performed world wide, the prices of such procedures can vary greatly depending on the geographical location and the standards and regulations of the state or country. Although these prices are very different, they all consist of surgeon fees and expenses along with anesthesia fees, medical examination fees, prescriptions of any analgesics and many others. When dealing with a procedure that is so life changing, accepting a price for a nose job is just as important and difficult to do as choosing a plastic surgeon to perform the procedure. The national average cost for a rhinoplasty procedure varies anywhere from $4,500 to $8,000.

Who is the Best Rhinoplasty Surgeon in Miami?

When deciding upon any cosmetic or plastic surgery, choosing a certified and experienced surgeon is the most important decision made through out the entire process. In order to obtain the maximum results, it is critical that individuals take their time to research a board certified facial plastic surgeon in the location in which they wish to have their surgery performed. More often than not, when individuals are unsatisfied with the outcome of their rhinoplasty, it has been because of lack of research. A respectable and well known board certified surgeon should have a minimum of 5 years of experience specializing in facial plastic surgery along with board certifications and an impressive education history. If you have found a plastic surgeon with all of the previously mentioned criteria, you are well on your way to a successful and life changing rhinoplasty.

Frequently Asked Questions about Rhinoplasty

If I am unhappy with the results of my nose job, how long is it recommended that I wait before undergoing a revision rhinoplasty procedure?
I dislike hospitals. Where can my rhinoplasty be performed other than? What are my options?
I know that many procedures require patients to be over the age of 18 and some even require you to be 21. Does rhinoplasty hold an age requirement for potential patients?
Can a rhinoplasty fix any breathing complications I may have?
How long will I need to be out of work after a rhinoplasty procedure?
How well this procedure works?
How can I prepare for surgery?
Are there other alternatives to rhinoplasty?
Updated on: June 12, 2015