Nose Implant Thailand
The nose is the most defining feature of the face and has a far-reaching impact on the overall balance and aesthetic appeal of your features. A well balanced, straight, beautiful nose can make a great difference to how you are perceived by others and it can balance the other features.
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Nose implant are used to generally lift and define the bridge of the nose and to accentuate the shape of the tip of the nose. Nose implants can also be used to correct trauma to the nose due to accident or genetic defects causing a malformation or asymmetrical appearance to the nose.
What is the duration of the nose implant surgery in Thailand?
Nose surgery should take under 2 hours to complete.
Who is a candidate for nose surgery?
Candidates for nose surgery can, for aesthetic reasons, want a more pronounced bridge to the nose or this procedure can be used to correct an asymmetrical nose due to trauma. For those people born with a too flat bridge, a humped bridge or a concave or irregular shape to the bridge, this procedure can be used to achieve the appearance of a straight nose.
How is the surgery performed?
An inconspicuous incision is made inside the nasal cavity and the nose is dissected to create a space for the nose implant. It is carefully positioned, the nose tip is defined and then the incision is closed with surgical sutures.
What to expect from nose implant surgery in Thailand?
Nose implant surgery can make a drastic change to the overall appearance of the face, defining the nose and thereby balancing the features of the face. This is particularly true if the patient has a low or flattened nose bridge, if there is trauma to the nose or if the nose is particularly crooked or humped. This surgical procedure corrects any misalignment of the nose, creating an aesthetically pleasing appearance.
What are the possible risks involved in nose implant surgery?
The risks involved in nose implant surgery include bleeding, infection, temporary bruising and swelling. Other risks include an asymmetrical appearance to the nose due to a misaligned or sagging implant and incorrect pressure causing swelling and redness in the nose tip.
How long does a patient need to stay in the hospital?
Nose implant surgery does not usually require an overnight stay in the hospital and an hour after surgery the patient can go home.
Are there any scars left after surgery?
Scars are invisible as the incisions are made inside the nasal cavity.
What type of Anaesthesia is used?
General anaesthesia is used during a nose implant procedure, sometimes in conjunction with the use of a sedative.
Frequently asked questions:
How much pain is there?
Nose implant surgery will be slightly painful and uncomfortable, but any discomfort can easily be treated with mild analgesics.
How long will the results last?
The results are long lasting, although the ageing process does affect the size and the appearance of the nose over time. You should enjoy the benefits of your nasal implants for many years to come.