- 1. The entire nose has a low profile.
- 2. You want a straight nose line.
- 3. The bridge of the nose is low, giving a flat appearance.
- 4. Due to flat nose there is a lack of three-dimensional effect.
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A silicone implant is used to augment the bridge of the nose during rhinoplasty surgery. Additionally, autologous cartilage can be used to fill and shape the tip of the nose, providing additional support and contour.
Insertion of silicone, autologous cartilage, etc.
After reducing the nasal hump, the nasal bones on both sides are fractured to slim down the nasal bridge. If the nasal bridge appears lower compared to the nasal tip, it can be elevated using autologous cartilage or implants.
Grinding or cutting the hump
Insertion of implants on the bridge of the nose or tip of the nose
Depending on the specific needs of the patient, a combination of nasal tip cartilage surgery and nostril reduction can be performed to achieve an optimal nose shape that harmonizes with the overall face.
In the Case of a Divergent or
Widened Nasal Tip CartilageAssemble the widened nasal tip cartilage and place the cartilage on the tip of the nose to improve the nose tip to a higher and slimmer shape.
Assemble and tie the wing cartilage and insert additional cartilage.
If the Subcutaneous Tissue of
the Tip of the Nose Is ThickIf the tip of the nose has thick skin or excessive tissue, it can be appropriately removed to elevate and slim the nasal tip.
subcutaneous tissue at the tip of the nose Removal of subcutaneous tissue at the tip of the nose
Incision eyelid correction / Epicanthoplasty / Lateral сanthoplasty / Lower сanthoplasty / Under eye fat repositioning / Fat grafting / Rhinoplasty [Nose osteotomy / Bulbose nose] / Alar resection 2 months after
Through the establishment of various safety management systems,
patients can undergo surgery more safely.
An anesthesiology specialist monitors the patient in real-time during surgery and performs double and triple checks through a central monitoring system.
The entire process of the surgery, including pre-, during, and post-surgical procedures, is managed in real-time with a full-time anesthesiologist.
For safer surgery, we have established an in-hospital examination system. This allows us to perform a comprehensive pre-operative examination.
Through the establishment of various safety management systems, we ensure that patients can undergo surgery safely and with peace of mind.
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