It is a very common complaint that people do not like the shape of their noses. Usually it’s about being too fat and too fat … or too big. Patients often want more and more patients to turn to the end of their noses. They may be satisfied with the rest, but it is the shape of the tip that bothers the most. Or there are other problems with the shape of the nose (eg humpback or humpback) that should be improved at the same time.
The tip may be the smallest surface, but its anatomy is the most complex. It has a profound impact on the rest of the look. It is probably the only feature of the nose that is unique to each person.
Switching the nasal tip, referred to as advanced rhinoplasty, can be done alone or as part of a more complete rhinoplasty. The surgery consists of a variety of surgical maneuvers that measure the size, angle or height of the mouthpiece. Sometimes only a few well-placed seams are needed. In other cases, the cartilage must be removed and a more complex transformation performed. Many changes in the tip shape are possible and the end result is limited only by the thickness of the skin covering the nose skin.
From an anatomical point of view, advanced rhinoplasty changes the relationship between the lower lateral cartilage and the upper lateral cartilage and the end of the nasal septum. In addition, the size of the lower boxes and the way they meet in the middle are always changed. Common surgical techniques such as head cutting, dural suture, tail septum reduction, columellar leg graft, and cartilage end graft are useful for narrowing, rotating, and supporting the new tip of the nose. The combination of all these methods and other details make nose surgery the most complex part of the nose that needs to be changed. All other areas of a nose job.
More or less or just a little bit more … or a small combined lift. Search changes can be made open or closed. Swelling after Rhinoplasty With minimal changes I prefer a closed or endonasal approach.
When the tip of the nose is finished, it must not be changed too much. This means that you should not turn the tip into a single spot (too narrow) or raise too high or too short. What are you going to do?