Closed rhinoplasty fulfills the desired changes without leaving marks on the skin. In other words, it is known as endonasal rhinoplasty as the intervention is made from the inside of the nose.
Injections for closed rhinoplasty
The sealed rhinoplasty incisions are all part of the nose, in areas where they provide surgeon access to the nose or the nose of the nose. In the photo visually demonstrate where the incisions were performed. The blue dot lines correspond to the sub-surface incisions on both nostrils of the nose. This is called marginal incision, which is made in arch shape and corresponds to the lateral margins of the cartilage.
The second incision is the one with yellow lines, the so-called intercapitalinose incision which is performed between the lateral and upper lateral cartilages.
Nasal congestion in closed rhinoplasty.
Molding the nose does need both marginal and intekartilaginose injections. The concept is shown in the picture, where the lower lateral cartilage (which determines the shape of the nose) is marked with red. As you can see the marginal incisions are performed at the bottom of the cartilage, while the intercartilaginous ones are performed through the upper bounds. This part of the cartilage is directly related to the shape of the nostril, which is why this cardiotomy is sewn or engraved to create the shape of the nose ring.
Endonasthyoplasty gives successful results in the nose of the nose.
Rhinoplasty sealed in the delivery of the nasal spine.
Intercapitalinose incisions are injections that provide access to the middle and upper portions of the nose. Many patients are skeptical of how it is possible that the delivery of the nasal cavity is achieved from inside the nostrils without the need for external skin injections. The truth is that the skin that wears the back of the nose withdraws from cartilage and bone with a surgical instrument called elevator. The elevator moves into the inside of the nose, through intercapitalinose incision. This allows a precise separation of the skin or soft tissues from the skeletal structure of the nose. Once the molding process finishes, the retractor places the skin in the previous position.
Rhinoplasty is often used to reduce the height of the nose and cause premature nerve bone fractures, ie osteotomy. Endonasal rhinitis gives less swelling than open rhinoplasty, and has faster healing process.
Rhinoplasty, surgery to improve the appearance or functional nose of the nose, is inserted through technically difficult interventions.
There are patients who remain dissatisfied with the outcome and would like to correct it, but this would want a second or even more intervention. Since rhinoplasty is not a simple procedure, and if performed by an experienced and non-talented surgeon, there may be aesthetic or even aesthetic problems at the end of the intervention.
Repeated rhinoplasty needs to solve the remaining problems or created by the first intervention, and will be specific to the patient and occasionally. Early interventions complicate the work, which is why reworked rhinoplasty is more difficult and requires surgeons who possess the skills and knowledge of recent techniques, artwork, experience and flair to handle each case in a specific and specific way .
Simple cases of repeated interventions will remove the excessive tissue or cartilage left over from prior intervention. There are cases where the nose is required, or, in complicated cases, full reconstruction is required.
In cases where the patient has been removed more than necessary, severe nasal deformation is caused by compromising the structural integrity of the nose. These are the hardest cases to be repaired. In such situations, cartilage or bone grafts are required, from the ear or earplugs. Patients in whom grafts will be implemented will need longer post-operative healing and are more prone to side effects. Repeated rhinoplasty may have limited results dependent on previous rhinoplasty