31 Jul Why Rhinoplasty Might be Right for You
Nose surgery serves more than just a cosmetic purpose. People today are having work done to improve more than just their looks. With advanced technology and experienced surgeons, society is able to get their nose worked on to repair trauma from accidents, improve self-esteem and relieve medical issues. These reasons make it easier for people to understand that getting plastic surgery is not always about looking good, but about feeling better emotionally and physically.
Nose surgery, known as rhinoplasty, produces a natural shaped nose and achieves balance with respect to the face. Dr. Grigoryants is a board certified plastic surgeon who has the ability to improve the shape of a patient’s nose, as well as treating any existing nasal airway obstruction. His specialty in closed rhinoplasty procedures leaves no visible signs of scarring and prevents any future airway blockage. Dr. Grigoryants will consult with his patients to determine what needs to be done in order to improve their nasal structure.
According to WebMD, rhinoplasty improves the shape, size, and angle of the patient’s nose. Not only that but the surgery is known to correct the nasal structure that cause chronic congestion and breathing issues.
What corrections can be made with nose surgery?
Your nose is repaired for medical issues. Patients who struggle breathing daily can have serious health complications later in life. A lower oxygen count makes the heart pump harder and adding that strain to the heart can cause it to weaken over time. Lower oxygen will also affect a person’s concentration and brain function. Rhinoplasty will relieve these health problems and achieve proper breathing for people with these issues.
A deviated septum is a condition where the cartilage of the nose is off center and also creates difficulty breathing. This can sometimes result in sinusitis or sinus infections. It is estimated that more than 80 percent of all nasal septums are off center. For these cases the nose can be repositioned in conjunction with rhinoplasty.
After an accident to the head, sometimes the nose is broken and deforms its original shape. If the patient undergoes rhinoplasty within the first few weeks of the accident, the surgery will show the most beneficial results. After the nose is broken the first two weeks is the window of repair before the bones start to heal, which makes it more difficult to straighten. Some patients are even happier with the new shape of their nose before the occurrence of the incident.
Then there are patients that were just born with prominent noses, bumpy nose shapes and crookedness. Their nose makes them very self-conscious and reduces self-esteem. There are even the rare few that have experienced faulty previous nose jobs and they want to correct those results. Dr. Grigoryants wants his patients to feel good about their nose and give them that confidence back. He provides his patients with results that achieve their goals.
As long as the patient has realistic expectations Dr. Grigoryants performs every case to transcend those goals. A good nose job will relieve pain, breathing complications and improve self-esteem. A nose surgery will do more than just make a better shaped nose, it will impact and improve the quality of life.