Reconstruction of nose

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What is a Nose Reconstruction?

Nose reconstruction is a surgery performed to correct deformities, remove disfigurements, and return normal functions of the nose. This can be done through grafting, reshaping, and rebuilding of the nose.

Why would I get a Nose Reconstruction?

Nose reconstruction may be considered to address a variety of issues, such as abnormalities due to trauma, birth defects of the nose, or to improve breathing. Nose reconstruction is also sometimes done for aesthetic purposes, such as making a nose larger or smaller.

What happens during a Nose Reconstruction?

During nose reconstruction, incisions are made in the skin, allowing access to the cartilage and bone that form the structure of the nose. The cartilage and bone can then be manipulated to reshape the nose, if needed. Grafts can also be used to add augmentations, or to rebuild cartilage that may have been removed due to trauma.

What to expect after a Nose Reconstruction?

After nose reconstruction, there will likely be some swelling and discoloration of the skin, which will usually subside with time. Depending on the complexity of the surgery, follow-up visits with a doctor may be necessary in order to monitor healing.

Conclusion

Nose reconstruction is an effective surgery for reconstructing the anatomy of the nose, as well as for improving its appearance. Following the procedure, healing and recovery may take a few weeks, during which swelling and discoloration can be expected.

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