Rhinoplasty for a Flat Nose
What is Rhinoplasty for a Flat Nose?
The surgery that heightens the tip or the bridge of the nose using autologous or biocompatible materials makes up the majority of rhinoplasty surgeries. Because Asians generally have a flat nose, this makes the face looks flat and dull. Therefore, heightening the nose can make the face look slimmer changing ones impression.
In rhinoplasty of a flat nose is not just heightening the nose but to consider one’s face structure and finding the correct height.
Mainly incisions are made inside nostril so that a scar is not visible. After an incision is made, a space (pocket) should be created under the periosteum (thin and tough curtain surrounding bones) of the nasal bone in order to fixate the implant. After the implant or autologous’ height and shaped is curved according to the patient, it is then inserted into the pocket.
If the tip or the rounded sides of the nose need to be changed, there can be additional surgeries. In some cases during the surgery, an incision is created on the columella nasi, the structure of the nose is completely exposed while the correction of the cartilage and bone is correctly operated as the patient desires.