With the change in aesthetic standards and above all with the progress made by surgery, the type of aesthetic interventions expands and becomes less and less invasive. Nose is otherwise however they remain at the top of the requests of those who want to improve their appearance.
Rhinoplasty is Mastoplasty additive they compete for the absolute primacy of the rankings of the most requested cosmetic surgery operations in the world. Professor Mario Dini, one of the most renowned Italian surgeons of aesthetic medicine and plastic surgery confirms the statistics and explains them as follows: “the breast is still for many women synonymous with youth, harmony and femininity, the face and nose are the most exposed part of the body, therefore also the one to which the most attention is paid “.
Just the nose reshaping it is an operation that both men and women use and the reasons can be both aesthetic and functional. On the other hand, the latest generation techniques make it possible to surgically reshape the profile of the nose or breast in an increasingly safe way and with faster recovery times.
Let’s try to understand how and what to do before, during and after having undergone an operation rhinoplasty you hate breast augmentation.
What are the most frequently asked questions about the rhinoplasty operation
The most common aesthetic problems for which it is decided to resort to an operation of rhinoplasty they are mainly the dorsal hump, the wide nose or more generally an irregular or asymmetrical nose. At the same time as rhinoplasty it is also possible to solve functional problems that can be caused by deviation of the nasal septum, turbinate hypertrophy, or presence of nasal polyps.
What are the types of nose surgery?
There are essentially two surgical techniques for nose surgery and they are there closed rhinoplasty and the open rhinoplasty. Closed rhinoplasty is the traditional technique and is still very often used by most surgeons when the nose is rather symmetrical and there are smaller defects to be corrected especially on the tip. In closed rhinoplasty all incisions, and therefore future scars, are inside the nose and not visible from the outside. Open rhinoplasty, on the other hand, is so called because all the nasal structures are exposed and clearly visible to the surgeon, it is used to correct asymmetries and more conspicuous defects of the tip and involves the presence of a small invisible scar on the columella, which is that small bridge of cartilage which separates the two nostrils.
The surgeon’s experience and professionalism will make the difference: the professional will decide which of the two techniques is preferable and possibly associate the rhinoplasty a septoplasty or one rhinoseptoplasty to correct functional defects of the nose and solve, if there were, breathing problems
Which patients are suitable for a rhinoplasty?
To undergo a rhinoplasty surgery It is necessary to wait for the complete development of the bone structures before undergoing a nose surgery. It has been universally established that girls can undergo rhinoplasty at the age of 15 and no earlier, while for boys the age is 16. After adolescence there are no particular age restrictions and more and more frequently, even people over sixty years of age decide to undergo an aesthetic rhinoplasty operation.
The typical patient, i.e. the good candidate for a rhinoplasty is a patient with a nose too big, too wide or too small, crooked or with asymmetries and consequent breathing difficulties.
How does the rhinoplasty operation take place and what are the risks?
There rhinoplasty it is generally performed under general anesthesia and under day hospital, night hospitalization is very rare and reserved only for more complex cases. Local anesthesia is advisable only for rhinoplasty of modest entity and in any case a good surgeon will be able to indicate which of the two modalities is the best.
The duration of the intervention is about an hour and if practiced by an experienced professional it is completely painless. The surgery ends with a plaster cast dressing and without the placement of nasal swabs. There rhinoplasty is a very safe surgery for the patient, but technically it is one of the most complex operations in the field of cosmetic surgery, therefore contraindications and complications cannot be excluded a priori: only the experience and professionalism of the surgeon can reduce or eliminate the risks.
How long is the postoperative course and are the scars visible?
The post-operative course of a rhinoplasty it varies from person to person but statistically it takes two days of absolute rest and after a week it is possible to remove the chalk. The nose will initially be very swollen and will gradually begin to deflate from that moment on until it reaches the shape decided in the pre-operative phase 9/12 months after surgery. Rhinoplasty is one of those interventions whose result improves over time: the final shape of the nose will be
really appreciable even after a year. As mentioned, it is a completely painless operation, and if performed by expert hands, it will not
leaves visible scars.
What are the most frequently asked questions about the breast augmentation operation
Patients requiring breast augmentation they do it mainly because they want to have larger, symmetrical breasts that are beautifully shaped and that make them feel more in tune with themselves. The exact opposite of those who turn to the surgeon for breast reduction surgery to reduce very large breasts, which cause neck and back pain and functional and psycho-social problems.
Among the interventions that aim to restore vigor to your décolleté, in addition to breast augmentation, there is the breast lift which is usually used in cases of congenital failures or due to breastfeeding, age or significant weight loss.
What are the main things to consider when performing breast augmentation surgery?
Breast augmentation is still the most requested intervention by women. Who turns to a professional for one breast augmentation he usually does this because he wants a seno larger and more proportionate to your figure or to restore vigor to a breast worn out by pregnancy and breastfeeding but it can also happen that the request arises from a breast asymmetry.
Of course, a good surgeon will be able to evaluate and advise the patient on what is the optimal size in relation to her wishes and physical structure.
The breast implants they are characterized by having different shapes: they can be “round”, “drop” and “ergonomic”. The first are the most traditional prostheses still widely used, the teardrop ones generally give a slightly more natural result in patients with very small breasts, the ergonomic ones are the latest generation and are prostheses that combine the advantages of the round ones at the same time. and teardrop prostheses. All have a variable volume from a minimum of 100 cc to over 900 cc and are guaranteed by the companies for the entire life of the patient.
How long does post hospital recovery last?
Breast augmentation is an operation that is performed under general anesthesia, lasts on average a couple of hours and ends with a particular containment bra, without bandages and without drainage.
The patient is asked to stay two days at absolute rest, from the third day she will be able to take the first shower, between the fifth day and the seventh day she will be able to start again with caution to drive the car. Most patients return to normal daily activities or work within one to two weeks. However, patients are always asked to refrain from excessive upper body strain, including sports training, for approximately four weeks.
Are there any complications related to breast augmentation?
There breast augmentation it is a highly requested operation and therefore very performed: it is not a complex operation but must always and only be performed by professional surgeons and breast specialists.
It is important to remember that we are still talking about full-fledged surgical operations so nothing should be taken lightly and no operation is risk-free, but if you turn to expert doctors, they can be reduced or dealt with safely.
Compared to a few years ago the breast cosmetic surgery has made great strides and it is no longer necessary to replace the prostheses 10 years after implantation unless the patient wants another shape or change the volume of her breast or rare complications have arisen such as capsular contracture, i.e. rejection of the prosthesis by the body.
More and more Italians are turning to cosmetic surgery not only for a real physical problem, but also to feel better about themselves.
Even men have now abandoned all skepticism and resort to the “retouch” or undergo a real operation to remove blemishes or to correct aesthetic defects.
As recent ISAPS statistics (International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery) show, it can be safely stated that today cosmetic surgery is no longer considered a habit, the prerogative of a few, but rather the social segment of men and women who undergo aesthetic interventions is always wider. On the other hand, increasingly updated techniques and new generation materials have reduced costs, recovery times and increased the safety of surgical interventions.