Rhinoplasty (nose surgery)

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Rhinoplasty is a plastic surgery to correct the shape and (at indications) the nose function. The function of free nasal breathing is very important for a person, and the appearance of the nose largely determines the appearance of the face as a whole. Therefore, rhinoplasty is one of the most popular operations in plastic surgery. Modern rhinoplasty provides an opportunity to perform almost all types of the nose shape and size correction by means of open or closed method.


At the consultation, the surgeon performs a simulation of the surgery results according to the patient’s wishes and the plastic surgery potential. The surgery is performed on the basis of the simulation.

Closed rhinoplasty

When using this technic, incisions are made inside the nostrils, after which the skin of the nose is separated from the bones and nasal cartilage, which allows to carry out the further necessary surgical procedures. After the planned actions are carried out, the soft tissues are sutured. The formed nose is fixed with a modelling bandage.

Open rhinoplasty

When using this technic, the intranasal incisions are complemented by an incision in the area of the columella, a vertical fold of skin that separates the nostrils from each other. After healing, the marks of this incision are almost invisible.

Open rhinoplasty is more often used for big extent of surgical interference in the nose area or repeated rhinoplasty.

Non-surgical rhinoplasty

This technic doesn’t imply any incisions. The required correction of the nose is made by injecting special preparations (hyaluronic acid, the patient’s own fat, a special gel, etc.).

From 30 minutes to 2 hours. Local anaesthetic (± intravenous sedation) or narcosis.

Inpatient stay – on outpatient basis or 1 day;

After the surgery, the doctor imposes on the nose a special fixing (often gypsum) bandage for up to 2 weeks;

Swelling and bruising will go down in 2-4 weeks, depending on the type of surgery;

In the first few hours after the procedure, it’s recommended to apply cold compresses to the eyelids to reduce the severity of postoperative edema; nostrils are plugged for 1 day


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