A Look at Rhinoplasty

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Published on August 5, 2014

Author: johnffarella12

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PowerPoint Presentation: A Look at Rhinoplasty Rhinoplasty: Rhinoplasty Rhinoplasty is a "nose job“. It is one of the most popular forms of plastic surgery. By enhancing the general appearance of the nose, one can achieve a natural balance between the nose and other facial features. Who Can Use Rhinoplasty?: Who Can Use Rhinoplasty? Individuals who wish to change their appearance or those who require plastic surgery in order to repair damage suffered in an accident, Rhinoplasty is the procedure. Individuals who have difficulty in breathing as a result of nasal passage obstruction. How is Rhinoplasty Helpful?: How is Rhinoplasty Helpful? Rhinoplasty can reduce the dorsal hump, modify the nasal tip, narrow the nostrils, reduce the width of the nose, change the angle between the nose and the upper lip, and straighten or narrow the nasal bridge. Rhinoplasty requires small incisions Surgical Approaches for Rhinoplasty: Surgical Approaches for Rhinoplasty There are four types of approaches Reduction Rhinoplasty Augmentation Rhinoplasty Closed Rhinoplasty Open Rhinoplasty Risks: Risks Risks and complications may include, but are not limited to bleeding, infection, scarring, damage to deeper structures, numbness, asymmetry, chronic pain, skin disorders, and delayed healing. Nasal airway alterations, and risks and complications associated with anesthesia can occur. Even though complications can occur, they are rare. Recovery Time: Recovery Time Swelling and bruising can last for two to three weeks. Nasal packing , if used will stay in the nostrils for one to seven days. Results improve gradually. The final result will be evident within one year. Rhinoplasty is permanent. John F. Farella, M.D., F.A.C.S., has extensive training in the most advanced plastic surgery. Dr. Farella carefully explains procedures with their possible complications, as well as the expected recovery period. : John F. Farella, M.D., F.A.C.S., has extensive training in the most advanced plastic surgery. Dr. Farella carefully explains procedures with their possible complications, as well as the expected recovery period. Contact: Contact Dr. John F. Farella, M.D., FACS Address: 311 North Street, Suite 408, White Plains, NY 10605 Ph: (914) 290-4700 Mail: [email protected] For more details visit: http://www.drfarella.com/

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