15 Jul Stop Self-Conscious Thoughts about Your Nose with Rhinoplasty
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If you’ve always been dismayed by the shape and/or size of your nose, chances are you will begin to feel even more dismayed- if you already haven’t. It may seem strange to people who don’t have qualms about certain areas of their body, but the advent of social media and video communication technologies have been shown to give people who were already insecure about some way that they look even more chances to feel insecure. This is because the proliferation of social media and video communication technologies in almost every aspect of your life allows people to see just how they look almost all the time. So, if you are a person who already felt miffed about your nose, now is the time to get nose surgery Beverly Hills patients say that is designed to help your nose look the way you want it to look- in order to look your best before the juggernauts of social media and all the different video communication technologies becomes even more commonplace.
Nose surgery- or as it is technically known, rhinoplasty- is a cosmetic surgery procedure designed to correct some defect of the nose, whether it be an aesthetic defect or medical defect that affects your breathing or daily functions in some way. Even though the rhinoplasty procedure can be used for medical reconstruction reasons, the majority of people who undergo rhinoplasty Beverly Hills surgeons say is done so for aesthetic and elective reasons- rhinoplasty procedures nowadays are incredibly adept at constructing noses that are aesthetically enhanced and pleasing to the patient.
The main goal of rhinoplasty is to bring about an aesthetically-pleasing, functional, and proportionally symmetrical nose. This is done by correcting the form, size, and functional capabilities of the nasal skin and tissues found attached to the osseo-cartilaginous nasal framework.
Rhinoplasty procedures come in two flavors: closed rhinoplasty and open rhinoplasty. There are inherent advantages and disadvantages to each procedure, but either procedure should be capable of bringing about the patient’s desired results, although whether the closed rhinoplasty or open rhinoplasty is performed depends on how comfortable the plastic surgeon feels doing either procedure, the budget with which the patient is working with to pay for the rhinoplasty procedure, and of course, the opinions of the patient on the benefits and risks of each procedure.
The closed rhinoplasty utilizes incisions that are made within endonasally (within the patient’s nose), eliminating the visual appearance of post-op scars. An open rhinoplasty requires that incisions be made on the exterior tip of the nose, creating the chance that visible scars will appear as a result, however, the open method of rhinoplasty is much more efficient and cost-effective at creating the nose shape and size that the patient desires. Neither procedure is “objectively” better- the better procedure is the one that is personally better suited for both the patient and the surgeon to design and create the nose the patient wants.