Sunday, January 23, 2011

How Ethnic Rhinoplasty is Performed - Open Rhinoplasty - Exposing the Nasal Anatomy, 310.275.2467 Enter theoperating room and see first-hand how nose surgery is performed and learn about each specific procedure with Beverly Hills Rhinoplasty Specialist Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a distinguished facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon internationally known for his innovative surgical techniques and expertise in revision & ethnic rhinoplasty. In this video you'll discover how the nasal skin is lifted off of the tip of the nose during an Open Rhinoplasty and learn why it is an important part of an overall rhinoplasty plastic surgery procedure. Rhinoplasty is one of the most common procedures plastic surgeons perform and also one of the most difficult as the surgeon performs it mainly by feel. Rhinoplasty may be performed in order to increase the patient's ability to breath, improve the nose by reducing or reshaping it and straightening an injured nose. In an "open" rhinoplasty, a small incision is made in the columella, which is the little column of skin that separates the two nostrils. That incision allows the nasal skin to be lifted off of the tip of the nose. The open technique has huge advantages over the closed technique. The main advantage is that it is much easier for the surgeon to see and work on the nasal tip cartilages in their natural positions. With the skin lifted up, it's easier for the surgeon to see what needs to be done, and to accomplish those tasks. The little scar across the columella heals superbly. Watch the ...

1 comment:

  1. Nose job surgery gives your face a definite angle and hence, having a sharp, straight nose is considered as a trademark of beauty.