Plastic Surgery: Nose Tip Reduction

Plastic Surgery: Nose Tip Reduction
Plastic Surgery: Nose Tip Reduction

Plastic surgery is a radical method of changing the appearance, which is now widespread in Russia. The procedures provided by numerous aesthetic surgery centers are not cheap, but they can really change a person's appearance in the way he needs. Mostly women are regular clients of such medical centers.

Plastic surgery: nose tip reduction
Plastic surgery: nose tip reduction

Rhinoplasty is the most popular procedure to combat natural blemishes. The most common reason for going to a surgeon for rhinoplasty is the "irregular" shape of the nose. The nose is crooked, too long, wide, sharp, crooked, etc. - rhinoplasty promises to rid a woman of any noticeable defects.

Reducing the tip of the nose with rhinoplasty means making changes to the bony and cartilaginous parts of the nose. The first stage - the surgeon examines the shape of the patient's nose and the quality of his skin. To begin with, the patient can simply send his photo (without cosmetics, in the "passport" format), but it is better to come for a personal consultation anyway. After that, the surgeon, using simulation on a computer, will create a "prognosis" (a photo of the patient with the expected changes), and also tell how such results can be achieved.

A plastic surgeon is not the only doctor to visit. You will need opinions from an oncologist, therapist, otolaryngologist and other specialists.

After the patient agrees with the doctor about the desired appearance, the cost of all procedures, and other conditions, the next stage begins - preparation for the operation. Within a few weeks, the patient will need to stop taking blood thinners (for example, Aspirin).

The patient will have to refrain from alcohol, smoking, because this can adversely affect the tissue healing process. In addition, it will be necessary to abandon the tanning bed and being in the open sun, and also take all the medications prescribed by the surgeon in a strict manner. The patient will have to devote enough of his personal time to this process, both before and after. On the eve of the operation, you should refrain from eating and drinking (at least 8 hours). It is also impossible to apply cosmetics or creams to the skin.

The operation itself will be performed with anesthesia and pain relievers. It usually lasts no more than 2 hours. Shrinking the tip of the nose usually takes much less time than drastically reshaping or removing a hump.

After the operation, it is best for the patient to stay at home for some time, especially since the nose, in the first days, will not look “aesthetically pleasing” enough to “walk” it.

Depending on the degree of intervention, the surgeon may prescribe the wearing of a callodium or plaster of paris stickers on the nose. You can see the final result only after a few months.

Rhinoplasty of the tip of the nose is possible for persons over 15 years of age who do not have serious health problems, severe chronic diseases (diabetes), increased blood clotting, infectious and oncological diseases. If you believe the photos posted on specialized forums and sites, then the transformation of appearance with the help of rhinoplasty is really possible. Many women in postoperative photos are simply unrecognizable, their appearance is completely changing for the better. True, not all patients decide to upload such photos for obvious reasons. Nevertheless, an appearance that suits a person is a guarantee of self-confidence and a mood for an active and joyful life.

Do not forget that the human nose is quite complex. In addition to the aesthetic function, it also performs respiratory function. That is why a person who decides to interfere with natural processes needs to be prepared for possible troubles. And, unfortunately, they are as real as a successful result. Complications can be caused by the characteristics of the patient's body, poor-quality equipment, lack of the necessary experience from the doctor, and much more. Possible negative consequences: skin pigmentation, bleeding, respiratory complications, swelling and bruising, loss of smell, etc.