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Rhinoplasty is more commonly known as surgery for the nose reshaping. The procedure first requires the incisions to be made and the bone and the cartilage which are the support system of the nose structure is accessed methodically. In most of the cases the incision is made inside the nose depending upon person to person facial structure requirement. Whereas in some cases an incision is made in the area of the skin separating the nostrils. The further step is that a certain amount underlying bone and the cartilage are removed, or added or rearranged to provide a improved newly shaped structure of the nose.

In the last step the incision is closed by swathing the tissues over the new frame of the nose structure. In order to help the nose to retain its new shape a splint is applied outside the nose till the nose heals completely. In this entire procedure a soft absorbent material may be used inside the nose to maintain stability inside the nostrils. The facial plastic surgeon also keep an alternative of soft nasal support that will permit the nasal breathing post-operation.

Soon after the surgery for at least eight to ten days depending upon patient to patient a small splint is placed on the nose of the patient to protect and keep the structure straight and stable. In case a packing is being placed inside the nose of the patient during the surgery then that is removed the very next day of the operation. The patient might feel puffed especially for few days of the surgery.

A proper follow of instructions is very important for the wound to heal completely. Your plastic surgeon will advise you to avoid blowing your nose for at least a weeks time after the surgery as that would result in flow blood from the nose. the patient might experience swelling in the eye area and bruising around the nose. Application of cold compression would help to reduce the discomfort level. In-take of proper pain medication will help the wound to re-cover faster. During the incision absorb-able sutures are used so that they do not have to be removed.

It is advisable by the surgeon to keep your head elevated for a certain period after the surgery. Also, some outdoor activities will have to be avoided like direct sun exposure and exertion which might not result in any kind of injury. A proper follow-up care is of prime importance to monitor healing of the nose.

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