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Surgical treatments can be classified in a few different ways. There are plastic treatments and cosmetic treatments. There are treatments that require surgery and there are others whcih are non-invasive . There are different treatments offered to men and women.

What happens after I have come to a decision regarding having a rhinoplasty surgery ? You have to find the best clinic for your surgery. While searching, it becomes obvious to everyone that there are many clinics offering plastic and cosmetic services. When you search the internet for information on this subject it is easy to get lost in the vast sea of clinics. You can find an abundance of web pages with the names and locations of clinics and consultants. That’s why you have to filter the list according to the most important parameters .

The plastic and cosmetic surgery clinics listed on our website offer various different types of treatments. There are specialists in each different type of cosmetic and plastic surgery. These doctors have specialized in a certain field so that they may excel in what they do. If you plan to have a certain kind of operation you should find the best specialist in that field. I

Our nose correction surgery treatments

DETAILED TREATMENT LIST

Nose correction (rhinoplasty)

PROCEDURE – Usually performed on patients above the age of 18. Most patients don’t exactly know what shape they want to achieve. The expected outcome can be made visible with the help of computer-generated images. It is important to mention that these images do not show the exact results of the interventions and in some cases the outcome may differ from the computer-generated picture. This procedure is conducted through the inside of the nose so there is no scarring on the outside of the face. The skin is detached from the bone and cartilage and then reshaped from the inside, after which the skin is properly reattached. Wearing a cast for one to two weeks is required after the procedure, in order to ensure proper and adequate healing as well as to protect the face. Your nose will be sensitive for about one month after the surgery. You can be back to work after 2-3 weeks.

DURATION – 1.5 hours

ANAESTHESA – General or local anesthetic

HEALING – Six months

RISKS – Using saws, grafts and chisels, success is almost entirely reliant on the skill of your surgeon. Even with the most experienced specialist you may wake up looking like you have gone three rounds with Mike Tyson, and it could take up to three months for swelling to go down. Small burst blood vessels may appear as tiny red sports on the skins surface; usually minor, but may be permanent.

Ear correction (otoplasty)

PROCEDURE – Ear surgery (otoplasty) is commonly done on children between the ages 5 and 10 years. Barely any scarring is left. The cartilage is remodeled and reduced and the surgeons shape it so that the ears become esthetically pleasing. Bandages are required to be worn for a week after the procedure.

DURATION – 1 hour

ANAESTHESA – Local anesthetic

HOSPITAL STAY – Leave the same day RISKS – Temporary throbbing, aching, swelling, redness, numbness, infection of cartilage, excess scarring, blood clots and hematoma, mismatched or artificial-looking ears. There may possibly be a need to repeat the surgery in order to correct recurrence of protrusion.

Chin augmentation with injectable fillers

PROCEDURE – Soft-tissue fillers are most commonly injectable collagen or fat. They help fill in lines and creases, temporarily restoring a smoother, more youthful-looking appearance. These injections are added underneath the skin to plump up and elevate sunken in areas of the face. They can be used to add fullness to lips and cheeks. The results are not permanent, the material is eventually metabolised by the body.

DURATION – No longer than 1 hour

ANAESTHESA – Local anesthetic

HOSPITAL STAY – May leave as finished

RISKS – Allergic reaction is the primary risk of collagen. Other risks include infection, abscesses, open sores, peeling of the skin, lumping and scarring of the skin, but all of these mentioned are very rare. There is no reaction to the fat used because we harvest the fat from the patient themselves and use that for their injections.