Rhinoplasty is done by a maxillofacial surgeon who is an expert in the surgical procedures of the neck, face, and jaw. Open and closed Rhinoplasty are the two types.
Surgical time is shorter with success in the closed type of Rhinoplasty. The patient could recover fast due to the internal incision. No scars are left out externally.
Open Rhinoplasty requires an additional incision on the undersurface of tissue that separates nostrils called columella. This procedure makes a small scar on the external nose. It is said to be the best procedure for complex nasal deformities. Generally, surgeons …show more content…
Correcting the function and restoring aesthetic features of the nose is the procedure of primary Rhinoplasty. When primary Rhinoplasty is unsuccessful, the secondary Rhinoplasty is performed which is also called revised Rhinoplasty. The secondary Rhinoplasty is more intricate than the primary. Keen attention is taken on the mucous membrane, external skin and cartilaginous support to ensure that the patients should not have any further complaints regarding aesthetics even after completing secondary Rhinoplasty. Handling the nasal subunits is important to restore the function of the nose after the patient’s surgery. An appreciating correction would be obtained if the procedure is done with proper