Discover the art of nose transformation with our expert rhinoplasty procedures. Our skilled surgeons are dedicated to creating natural and symmetrical nasal aesthetics tailored to your unique facial structure. From correcting a deviated nasal septum to improving breathing function, to reducing alar flare for a more refined look, we offer personalized solutions that enhance both form and function. Trust in our expertise and advanced techniques to achieve your desired nose appearance and regain your self-confidence.
Rhinoplasty is a surgical intervention to change the shape and size of bones and cartilages of nose. Rhinoplasty is not only a cosmetic surgery but also cures breathing difficulties in cases of deviated nasal septum. Changes following rhinoplasty can be shape in size of the nose , correction of septum deviation, removal of nasal hump,straightening of nasal bridge, reshaping of the tip, narrowing of nostrils etc. Rhinoplasty is indicated in patients with cleft lip and palate, traumatic deformities, deviated nasal septum or cosmetic deformities. Rhinoplasty can be closed or open . In closed rhinoplasty, incisions are placed inside the nostril and there is no external incision . In open rhinoplasty, there is small incision on the columella along with incisions inside the nostril. For gross nasal deformities and tip correction, open rhinoplasty is necessary. Sometimes we need to take out cartilage from ear or ribs for augmentation of Dorsum of nose. Rhinoplasty is a completely safe surgery done under general anaesthesia and takes 3-5 hours. Following rhinoplasty, nose are packed with Vaseline gauze for 48 hours. External splints are applied over nose for a week to maintain the shape of the nose.
Alar flare reduction
Alar flare reduction or narrowing of nostrils is done by excision of a wedge of skin at the alar crease. The surgery is done under local anaesthesia and takes approximately 40mins to one hour.
Deviated nasal septum correction
Nasal septum is a thin wall of cartilage and bone between two sides of the nose. Septal deviation can occur by birth or following nasal trauma and can cause blockage in air flow to one or both nostrils. Patient with deviated septum may have no symptoms at all or nasal obstruction which aggravates during cold or allergies, nasal bleeding episodes , crusting or noisy breathing during sleep. Deviated septum can be corrected with septorhinoplasty. The surgery is done under general anaesthesia and takes 3-5 hours. Patients are supposed to wear an external nasal splint for a week following surgery.