Rhinoplasty (or nose surgery)
Remodel your nose and achieve desired facial harmony.
Rhinoplasty (or nose surgery) is a surgical intervention that reshapes the nose, and is one of the most frequently performed surgical procedures in plastic surgery. Rhinoplasty can reduce or increase the size of the nose, change the shape of the tip or the back, narrow the nostrils or even change the angle between the nose and upper lip. It also corrects congenital problems, injuries and some breathing problems.
Dr. Roger Amar’s goal is to achieve the best result: smoothening the facial expression, avoiding bruising and pain, whilst shortening the period of postoperative discomfort.
Rhinoplasty (or nose surgery) through the eyelid
Rhinoplasty (or nose surgery) is implied to modify the morphology (partially or completely) or correct any nasal breathing problems. The defects corrected can be congenital, due to trauma or aging.
Our aim is to make the appearance of the nose as natural as possible, consistent with the existing facial features, in accordance to the patient’s personality and aspirations, whilst correcting genetic dark circles related to bone structure.
With rhinoplasty (or nose surgery) we can achieve:
- A narrowing of the base of the nose.
- Adjustment in the height of the tip.
- A refined
- Elimination or reduction of the nasal ridge.
- A shortening of the length of the nose.
- Removal of the “Hanging columella”.
What type of anesthesia is used during surgery?
The rhinoplasty procedure (or nose surgery) is ambulatory (in some cases, a night’s stay overnight in the hospital is necessary) and is usually performed under local anesthesia with intravenous sedation or general anesthesia, Dr. Roger Amar or the present anesthetist assess the patient and applies different techniques depending on each case.
Is rhinoplasty (or nose surgery) suitable for me?
Suitable candidates for rhinoplasty (or nose surgery) are for those looking to improve their image and do not have their ideal nose. If you’re in good health and psychologically stable, you may be a good candidate.
It is important to stop smoking at least one or two weeks before surgery.
Age is an important factor when undergoing rhinoplasty (or nose surgery). It is advised in people over 16 years. However, is not recommended in patients above 40 years of age (except in cases of total facial rejuvenation operations such as a facelift, or the FAMI technique).
It is preferable not to operate on teenagers until they have completed their growth cycle.
In the words of Dr. Roger Amar, “changing the physiognomy of the nose in an adult can cause psychological disorders when feeling unrecognized, since the image of the nasal appendage is deep set in the brain.”
Results from Dr. Roger Amar’s patients (before and after)
Rhinoplasty in a young patient less than 30 years.
Rhinoplasty in a patient over 30 years.
Rhinoplasty in a patient over 40 years.
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