Oak Hills Oregon
Any successful rhinoplasty treatment has as its ultimate objective the creation of an improved yet utterly natural appearance that serves to match the form of your nose with the rest of your facial structure. The reputation of shiny, pinched noses has been widely spread due to an excessive number of poor “celebrity nose operations.”
However, a nose operation performed by a skilled medical professional with extensive knowledge and expertise should effortlessly combine the changes to your nasal structure with the rest of your facial features.The facial plastic surgeons are such experts with a wealth of experience in facial plastic surgery, regularly doing what his patients call the best rhinoplasty Portland Oregon has to offer.
Does a rhinoplasty suit me?
You could be interested in having nose surgery at The Portland Rhinoplasty Center for a variety of reasons, both medical and cosmetic.
The secret to an appealing face is symmetry.Rhinoplasty can rebalance the nose if certain characteristics, including an abnormally bulbous tip or extremely broad, flaring nostrils, cause asymmetry.
In addition, a nose job can help repair physical disorders like a deviated septum and others that, if left unchecked, can lead to major respiratory problems.
Meeting with an Expert
A nose job is not something you should jump into without serious deliberation, just like with any medical procedure. It’s critical to pick a plastic surgeon who will spend the time to sit down with you, carefully hear your goals and worries, and work with you to decide the best course of action. This makes us an excellent option because in addition to providing some of the best nose jobs Portland Oregon has to offer, he also takes the time to make sure that his patients have the nose they want.
Dr. Portuese and Dr Shvidler can give you a good idea of the cosmetic modifications plans to make by using cutting edge imaging tools. You will have plenty of time to study the intended changes and provide input at this early stage of the process because an informed patient is a satisfied patient. Our doctors won’t start the three to three and a half hour long rhinoplasty surgery unless you are confident about the next step.
Closed vs. Open Rhinoplasty
Our surgeons do not think that a nose job should be performed in a “cookie-cutter,” universal manner.
The key distinction between the two techniques is that an incision is made at the columella (the fleshy end of the cartilage between the nostrils) during open rhinoplasty but not during closed rhinoplasty. Although closed rhinoplasty typically results in a quicker recovery and less post-operative discomfort, it might also limit the surgeon’s options throughout the procedure.
Utilizing Current Cartilage
Our surgeons support the new structure of your nose with cartilage from your septum during the procedure. Your nose’s structure can be changed in this way without the use of outside things.
It’s also important to note how important our surgeons think ethnic rhinoplasty is.
A completely natural and harmonious appearance for patients of Asian, African, Hispanic, Middle-Eastern, and other non-Caucasian origin depends on maintaining those distinctive ethnic features while also increasing the visually pleasant contours of the nose.
Before and After
You can see several examples of how our surgeons consistently provide facial plastic and reconstructive care that is among the highest standards in these galleries.
Recovery after a nose job
Our surgeons will place a cast and splint on your nose following the completion of your nose surgery. To prevent pressure being placed on the structure before it has had a chance to mend and become stronger, eyeglasses should be taped up and away from the nose. Within two to three weeks, the bruising, swelling, and puffiness you first encounter will start to go away. It will take about a year for the swelling to totally go down.
Having said that, your nose will already look significantly better than it did immediately following the procedure. Medication, cold packs, and concealing makeup are all excellent ways to hide bruises and discomfort during the recuperation from rhinoplasty.
The closed nose surgery technique, sometimes referred to as endonasal rhinoplasty, uses tiny devices that are put via the nostrils to do the procedure without making any exterior incisions or leaving any scars. Even while this is a possibility, most surgeons do not choose this approach because it provides only a limited amount of vision, particularly when assessing the symmetry of incisions and other structural alterations.
Excisional rhinoplasty, which was used decades ago, is now considered outdated.
To form the nose, bone and cartilage are removed during the procedure.
However, doing so risks destroying the nose’s skeletal framework.
While a smaller, cuter nose may result immediately, the lack of structure over time might cause nasal collapse or deformity, necessitating secondary or revisional rhinoplasty to fix.
The majority of doctors today favor structural rhinoplasty, so by adopting that technique,
Injectable fillers like Restylane and Juvederm are used in non-surgical rhinoplasty to smooth the profile of the nose, hide lumps or asymmetry, and contour the nasal tip.
While non-surgical rhinoplasty cannot actually shrink the size of the nose, it can give the impression that it does by giving the nose a more even and rounded appearance.
The duration of non-surgical rhinoplasty varies from 8 months to a year and is less expensive than standard rhinoplasty, but it is not permanent.