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Measures to take while Going for Artificial Nose Surgery

By Pitter James Subscribe to RSS | January 11th 2012 | Views:

The award for most famous cosmetic surgery goes to none other than Artificial Nose. Nose jobs are done for many reasons like accident, injury or some medical problem associated with it. If you are curious to know the procedure, then we are here to educate you on this subject. Read the useful information written below and you will have the basic idea about Artificial Nose:

" Rhinoplasty is the medical term for nose surgery. It is a cosmetic procedure carried out to change the size and shape of nose. It can even correct problems like hooked nose or prominent nasal hump permanently.

" It has to be performed sometimes for medical reasons. For instance, it can be useful in treating deviated septum in the nose. The bone, which divides the left and right nostril, is a bit deviated from its original position in a condition. If it is not corrected instantly, it can lead to breathing problems in advanced stage or even lead to crooked nose.

" The consultation with the doctor is very important when one is getting the oral cancer ,. With the help of the surgeon, you will be able to decide how your nose will look. You can make your nose look proportionate on your face. However, it does not get it done in a way that it looks artificial.

" The procedure of treatment is different for Asians and Caucasians. The reason behind such difference is that the facial configurations are different from each other.

" The entire procedure will take about two to four hours depending on the kind of change you want to have in your nose. The whole surgery is done on an outpatient by making use of local anaesthesia.

" For making incisions on the nose, there are two approaches open and close. In the closed process, the incisions are made on the linings of mucosal. In the open process, the incision is made at the bottom. This is done so that there is no problem of scars on the face.

" The nose surgeon will carry out the task of rearranging or even removal sometimes of cartilage inside your nose. He might have to break some of your nose bones and it will be done very gently. This is done so that your nose is positioned nicely and at the right spot. Surgeons make use of your own tissues so that there is less risk of infection and rejection at the later stage.

" You may feel a bit tired and woozy just after the surgery and it will continue for a few days. In addition, it is seen in many cases that people vomit black colour fluids after few hours of surgery. Do not get frightened, as it is the same blood you have swallowed during the artificial nose ! it is not harmful and there is nothing to be worried about. However, if the nauseous feeling continues and along with high fever then you should immediately contact your surgeon

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