Frequently Asked Questions About Nasal Surgery

Common Questions About Nasal Surgery

Rhinoplasty is one of the most common plastic and cosmetic surgeries in Iran and in the world. This is done to enlarge or shrink parts of the nose as well as reshape the holes and angles of the nose and create a nose that is consistent with the rest of the face. This procedure can also correct congenital lesions such as cleft lip and palate as well as nose deviation.

What is the difference between open and closed surgery?

The nasal structure includes bone, cartilage, mucosa, and skin. The most important manipulation and reconstruction is performed on the skeleton, which consists of two bones and cartilage, for cosmetic surgery. To reach the bone and cartilage, either cutaneous or mucosal incisions or both should be given, depending on the type of nasal defects or the opinion of the plastic surgeon. Nowadays, the open method is more commonly used due to the use of new methods and the continuous use of suture threads to keep the nasal elements fixed.

Do you prefer a specific season for nose surgery?

Nasal surgery does not have a specific season, and this is possible all year round, but patients with seasonal allergies should do so when they have at least seasonal allergies.

What age is it appropriate for you to have surgery?

Surgery should be done when the growth of the nasal bone and the whole face is complete to allow harmony between the facial organs. Therefore, the minimum recommended age is 17 for girls and 18 for boys. Of course, congenital lesions such as cleft lip and palate can also be done at a younger age.

Do you recommend surgery or topical surgery?

Surgery should be done when the growth of the nasal bone and the whole face is complete to allow harmony between the facial organs. Therefore, the minimum recommended age is 17 for girls and 18 for boys. Of course, congenital lesions such as cleft lip and palate can also be done at a younger age.

How long should I stay in the hospital?

Normally this is done immediately after hospitalization (though you must have had pre-tests) and the average hospitalization is 12 to 24 hours after surgery.

How long should I rest at home?

Rest is not meant to be complete, and after discharge the patient has to walk and do personal activities, but due to bruising and swelling in the face and around the nose as well as using splints on the nose and inside That and the existence of a small dressing that lasts about a week requires the patient to stay at home for about 5 to 7 days or more and refrain from attending work.

How long will bruises and facial edema persist?

Due to bone and cartilage manipulation during surgery, postoperative bruising and swelling around the nose and around the eyes can occur, taking about 1 to 2 weeks to heal spontaneously. It is advisable to reduce the ice compress for 48 to 72 hours and then warm and warm compresses, as well as to sleep in a sitting position and to consume more liquids and juices.

When does the nose swell?

For the operation, the skin on the nose should be raised from the bottom to the top of the bone and cartilage and placed in place at the end of the operation. From the top it starts to shrink and eventually the swelling or nostril disappears and it takes an average of 6 to 12 months for the swelling to completely disappear. However, this may be longer in patients with thicker or so-called fleshy nose.

Questions about hair treatment

What should you take into consideration when using a laser?

Laser is a medical device and should be used in well-equipped medical centers and the laser operator must have adequate training in the field of laser. Laser is an invisible amplified light that, in addition to its useful effects in medicine, can be dangerous in the event that it hits the eye directly, it can be dangerous, and, like any other light, can reflect if it shines through transparent and polished objects. Have. It also generates heat due to its high energy use, and can cause burns if the heat is too high and not controlled. Also, due to its different effects on cells, laser should not be used during pregnancy.

Can the laser have any side effects?

Laser like other medical procedures can cause complications and should be used in cases where it is really needed. Side effects of the laser can include burns, scarring or scarring, pale skin or reddening, redness and sometimes thickening or thinning of the skin depending on the type of laser used, the type of skin It also has laser skin care intervals as well as day care.

What care should be taken after the laser?

Depending on the type of laser, the care is different and the patient is advised to use any type of laser, but generally after the skin laser, the area should be immediately cooled and then applied with oily and moisturizing ointments. They also have to avoid sunlight and direct sunlight to prevent skin color changes after the laser, which uses protective coatings and sunscreen. Washing with water and bathing after laser treatment is not prohibited. Depending on the type of laser, a few hours or 24 hours can be rinsed.

Is it painful to use a laser?

In some types of lasers and in older lasers with greater damage, this procedure is painful, but in the newer types of lasers the pain is very low and in many cases the patient can tolerate it. In certain cases, topical analgesics may also be used prior to the laser.

What are the laser intervals?

Due to the energy that the laser enters the skin and skin cells and responds to the energy released, the response is as a healing process and it is best to select the intervals of the laser sessions so that the body’s response is complete and optimal. It takes about 4 weeks to complete this response, so the best time for laser intervals is about one month.

Does Laser Work in the Treatment of Facial Hair?

In case of facial hair, it should be examined before treatment or laser. The most common known cause is hormonal changes and ovarian problems, which can be seen in patients with multiple types of ovaries and facial hair cycle changes that occur before. Laser surgery or other treatments should be corrected if problems occur. However, the role of laser in treating facial and neck hair in women has been proven for years, and is probably the best and least effective way to treat hair loss. The new lasers are painless and can be used without any problems. Laser hair treatment Waste must pay attention to a few points. Laser in thick and thick hair is more effective than thin and fluffy hair. Laser also works on black and colored hair and has little effect on white hair.