Rhinoplasty Procedure Types

There are three main types of rhinoplasty that are performed on patients today. The first one is known as the “closed rhinoplasty,” and this type of operation involves very little room for the surgeon to perform any maneuvers or adjustments on the nose. This is the most difficult procedure, because the nose must be kept closed in order to perform all the necessary tasks. Additionally, the patient must remain sedated throughout the procedure in order to control any twitching or other side effects. Anesthesia is normally provided by an anesthesiologist, who will administer it through an inhaler before the first incision is made.

The second type of rhinoplasty procedure is known as the open rhinoplasty, and this type of surgery is more comfortable for the patient. However, the open approach to this surgery also brings with it some additional problems, such as incisions that must be made along the sides of the nose, hairs that have to be shaved off, and cartilage that have to be cut back. These additional problems are usually associated with cosmetic enhancements that are being made to the nose. For the most part, these problems are easy to take care of and do not cause much discomfort to the patient.

The third type of rhinoplasty procedure is known as the “general anesthesia” procedure, and is the most commonly performed type of surgical operation in the United States. General anesthesia is administered by a surgeon using a very large dose of an anesthetic. Unlike the second and third types of procedures described above, there is no need for the patient to remain sedated throughout the entire surgical procedure. Instead, general anesthesia allows the surgeon to focus on making small incisions in the area of the problem that he is dealing with. General anesthesia also means less pain is felt by the patient.

Visit website revision rhinoplasty procedures are performed when the original procedure was performed improperly. Revision rhinoplasty can be performed on patients who have capsular contracture, acquired hypothyroidism, hydra cranial banding, or avoid deformities. The reason for a revision procedure is to take care of any problems that the patient may have had prior to having their operation. As with the first and third types of rhinoplasty procedures, local anesthesia is required in order to perform this operation.

The final type of rhinoplasty procedure is commonly known as the “disarticulation” procedure. This procedure involves completely removing portions of the nose job in order to allow the surgeon to make better incisions. Small incisions will be made and the surgeon will remove the excess skin and cartilage from the nose. After these are removed, the surgeon can then re-stretch the skin and prepare it for making future incisions.

Recovery times and costs associated with rhinoplasty procedures will vary from patient to patient. Most rhinoplasty patients expect to be back to normal within the first week of their operation. However, it’s important to note that swelling can be a significant complication after an operation. Swelling can occur anywhere from two to five days after the operation and can affect the nose job as well as the surrounding tissue. It’s best for patients to consult their surgeon immediately if they notice an unusual amount of swelling following their operation.

For more information about rhinoplasty in Portland Oregon visit The Portland Rhinoplasty Center and talk to board certified facial plastic surgeon Dr William Portuese.