Rhinoplasty
Rhinoplasty before and after

Nasal surgery (Rhinoplasty Surgery), is one of the most common forms of plastic surgery practised today. It is a procedure that alters the framework of the nose, manipulating the bone, cartilage structure and the skin to improve the appearance of the nose. It can be used to change the overall appearance of the face from one where the focus of attention was placed on the nose to one where the attention is drawn away towards the eyes, a more natural, pleasing occurrence. Rhinoplasty surgery, when performed correctly, improves the harmony of the facial features.

Common defects corrected through the use of rhinoplasty surgery include but are not limited to a nose that is too large, too small, crooked or may contain an unwanted hump, birth defect or other deformity. If the nose has been damaged by physical trauma, the surgery may be more extensive than a mere straightening or reduction and may involve an area wider than the nose to fully reconstruct the damage.

Rhinoplasty
Nasal surgery (Rhinoplasty Surgery)

You and your doctor should have many conversations about exactly what you want done and how the doctor is going to accomplish fulfilling your request. Remember this: rhinoplasty surgery is both a science and an art, as is any plastic surgery. Any other surgeon has to be only competent – a plastic surgeon has to be competent and have artistic talent. It is important that the finished product create a harmonious balance with the rest
of your face, be natural looking and last forever as well as being medically sound.

Rhinoplasty is different from the surgical procedure used to repair a deviated septum to improve a patient’s breathing although the two are quite often done simultaneously. The operation can be performed with or without any external incisions. Many uncomplicated rhinoplasties can be performed as day care, but more typically hospitalisation is for a day. A splint is placed around the outside of the nose for protection and is usually removed after about a week. There is typically some swelling after the procedure, however, after about one week your new nose will be completely presentable and most people find the return to their jobs goes smoothly and easily.

Dr_SalilDr. Salil Bharadwaj

Consultant Plastic Surgeon

Bahrain Specialist Hospital

Email: [email protected]