Rhinoplasty is, with all certainty, the most difficult cosmetic procedure performed in cosmetic surgery.
Several items make up a rhinoplasty specialist. Having taught classes at conferences, done internships, produced scientific articles, having proven experience and specializations in the area are some of the mandatory practices for this professional.
“Rhinoplasty is not difficult; the complex thing is to achieve good results,” and everyone who performs it will agree with this statement. The nose is located in the middle of the face and is very visible. Any defect, however minimal, attracts the attention of the interlocutor, and the person suffering from it feels uncomfortable in some way.
- Surgical Anatomy of the Nose.
- Facial Analysis and Proportions.
- Anesthesia in Rhinoplasty.
- Photography in Rhinoplasty.
- Incisions, Approaches, and Techniques.
- Rhinoplasty Step by Step.
- Functional Surgery of the Nose.
- Winged cartilages.
- Nasal Valve Surgery.
- Back Surgery.
- Dynamics of the Nasal Tip.
- Nasal Tip Surgery.
- Over-projected nose.
- Long Nose.
- Small nose.
- Crooked nose.
- Anterior Nasal Spine.
- Nasofrontal angle.
- Grafts in Rhinoplasty.
- Augmentation Rhinoplasty.
- Secondary Rhinoplasty.
- Complications in Rhinoplasty.
- Instruments in Rhinoplasty.
- Preliminaries in Rhinoplasty.
Rhinoplasty: The success of nose plastic surgery depends on the experience and knowledge of the specialist
Rhinoplasty is one of the most common cosmetic surgery procedures, being the third most performed procedure in the country. Sought by men and women because of aesthetic dissatisfaction with the nose, for correction of growth anomalies, deviated septum, breathing problems, in addition to distortions caused by trauma, this surgery requires great care on the part of the specialist since the appearance this organ is responsible for much of the facial harmony.