How to reduce the tip of the nose

How to reduce the tip of the nose

      The shape and size of the tip of the nose is determined by the following factors:

– volume of soft tissues in the upper tip of the nose;
– shape, size and location of cartilage;
– thickness of the skin.

Operations on the nose area, including correction of its tip, are one of the most difficult, but at the same time, popular cosmetic interventions. Reduce the width of the tip of the nose can be by weakening the supporting structures. The first thing to think carefully, weigh all the pros and cons, judge whether it is worthwhile to resort to surgical intervention.

Contact a well-established plastic surgery clinic where an experienced surgeon will inspect, examine the shape and features of the structure of the nose. Then photos will be taken, on which computer specialists will show you the expected results. Hand over all the necessary tests, after which the date and time of rhinoplasty will be appointed.

Rhinoplasty is performed exclusively in stationary conditions under general anesthesia in combination with local anesthesia. The operation lasts an average of one and a half to two hours, but for a more serious case it will take a little longer. Rhinoplasty of the tip of the nose consists in separating the skin from the cartilage and bones, which will be further reduced to the desired shape. Gradually, the skin is restored.

After plasty of the tip of the nose, puffiness can be observed for one to two months. However, for others, swelling will be invisible after a couple of weeks. First time should wear a plaster bandage, exclude physical activity and use of hot drinks. It is necessary to sleep on the back and, when wearing glasses, to change the frame to an easier one. Soon you will get the desired result – a beautiful and smooth nose with a graceful tip.

Contraindications:

– It is not recommended to carry out this type of operation to ladies whose age did not reach seventeen years old
– people with internal diseases;
– clotting of blood;
– diabetes mellitus
– Oncological and infectious diseases.

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