Nose Surgery or Rhinoplasty Surgery in Mexico, a nose job, is a plastic surgery procedure for correcting and reconstructing the form, restoring the functions, and aesthetically enhancing the nose. In the surgeries a functional, aesthetic, and facially proportionate nose is created by separating the nasal skin and the soft tissues from the osseo-cartilaginous nasal framework, correcting them as required for form and function, suturing the incisions, and applying either a package or a stent, or both, to immobilize the corrected nose to ensure the proper healing of the surgical incision.
Types of rhinoplasty — Primary and Secondary
In plastic surgical praxis, the term primary rhinoplasty denotes an initial (first-time) reconstructive, functional, or aesthetic corrective procedure. The term secondary rhinoplasty denotes the revision of a failed rhinoplasty, an occurrence in 5–20% of rhinoplasty operations, hence a revision rhinoplasty. The corrections usual to secondary rhinoplasty include the cosmetic reshaping of the nose because of an unaddressed nasal fracture; a defective tip of the nose, i.e. pinched (too narrow), hooked (parrot beak), or flattened (pug nose); and the restoration of clear airways. Although most revision rhinoplasty procedures are “open approach”, such a correction is more technically complicated, usually because the nasal support structures either were deformed or destroyed in the primary rhinoplasty; thus the surgeon must re-create the nasal support with cartilage grafts harvested either from the ear (auricular cartilage graft) or from the rib cage (costal cartilage graft).
In reconstructive rhinoplasty, the defects and deformities that the plastic surgeon encounters, and must restore to normal function, form, and appearance include broken and displaced nasal bones; disrupted and displaced nasal cartilages; a collapsed bridge of the nose; congenital defect, trauma (blunt, penetrating, blast), autoimmune disorder, cancer, intranasal drug-abuse damages, and failed primary rhinoplasty outcomes. Rhinoplasty reduces bony humps and re-aligns the nasal bones after they are cut (dissected, resected). When cartilage is disrupted, suturing for re-suspension (structural support), or the use of cartilage grafts to camouflage a depression allow the re-establishment of the normal nasal contour of the nose for the patient. When the bridge of the nose is collapsed, rib-cartilage, ear-cartilage, or cranial-bone grafts can be used to restore its anatomic integrity, and thus the aesthetic continuity of the nose. For augmenting the nasal dorsum, autologous cartilage and bone grafts are preferred to (artificial) prostheses, because of the reduced incidence of histologic rejection and medical complications.
Many people have rhinoplasty to improve what they consider to be a nose that they are not happy with or prefer to have a nose similar to some movie star or actor or actress, musician or celebrity. These surgeries can also be done without a problem. Here the doctor is reshaping the nose to allow the patient to have a nose which they will either feel better about or the one they want.
New Approach Now Available!
With our ENT specialist Dr. Robles we can offer the Twilight Sedation Rhinoplasty out of his office located in Guadalajara. This brand new technique uses no general anesthesia, just a twilight sedation that is much safer and better on the body than typical surgical anesthesia. This surgery is the same exact rhinoplasty performed under general anesthesia by other doctors, and any type of nose job that is for cosmetic purposes can be done with this technique. The cost of this nose job starts at $1750us including the hospital, surgery, and tests as well as plasma treatment to reduce inflammation and swelling. This is the best price in all of Mexico and this is performed only out of Guadalajara. Dr. Guerrero in Puerto Vallarta also does the standard rhinoplasty under general anesthesia and the price is higher than that of the surgery in Guadalajara. That said if you prefer to have a standard rhinoplasty, just email us pictures of your nose and we will get you a price quote for free.
Please send us any questions you may have via email or feel free to call us with additional questions. To get you an exact quote for what needs to be done, we will need you to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org digital images of the area you want worked on and the doctor will get back to you with exactly what needs to be done as well as the costs and time frame involved with the surgical procedure.
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