Rhinoplasty Before After

  •  Example 1

BEFORE

The profile image shows us the irregularity of the profile of the nasal dorsum which interrupts its continuity.

AFTER

The same profile image, but postoperative, shows us how the line of the nasal spine has been correctly restored. The tip also appears more projected and contributes to the aesthetics of the profile.

  • Example 2

BEFORE

In this front image, the deviation from the median axis of the nasal pyramid, the hypertrophy of the tip and its tendency to fall downwards are evident.

AFTER

The same frontal view shows us the radical postoperative change. The nasal pyramid is perfectly aligned, the excessive volume of the tip correct and proportionate with the line of the back. Increased the projection of the tip itself with opening of the nasolabial angle.

  • Example 3

BEFORE

The profile of the patient shows us a nose that appears long, with the tip that tends to point downwards. Excessively closed-angle with the upper lip.

AFTER

The postoperative profile shows us the reversal of the previous picture. Notice the upward rotation effect of the tip and the opening effect of the corner with the upper lip.

  • Example 4

BEFORE

A very pronounced hump clearly weighs down the profile line. The tip itself appears almost “stretched” forward, exerting an abnormal traction on the upper lip.

AFTER

Reversed the postoperative picture. Soften and adjust the profile line, notice the fading of the stretching effect on the upper lip. The rotation effect of the tip is clear.

  • Example 5

BEFORE

The profile image reminds us of a nose that we could define as “long and tall” with a Pinocchio effect.

AFTER

Harmonized the length of the nose with the profile of the face. The tip appears rotated and projected upwards. The nose is shorter and better integrated with the whole face.

  • Example 6

BEFORE

The vision of ¾ reminds us of a nose devoid of obvious imperfections, but as a whole coarse and unattractive in the context of the face.

AFTER

The same image in the postoperative period shows us a harmonious nose in all its components and gently inserted into the context of the face. Notice how the tip and the back appear in perfect continuity.

  • Example 7

BEFORE

The concepts expressed above, even better visible in the front image. The tip appears globular and the back overall appears coarse.

AFTER

The difference with the previous image is evident. The back appears sweet and regular, and the tip is rounded and harmonious.

  • Example 8

BEFORE

The profile of the back appears irregular, evident in the presence of the hump which alters its regular design. Too much forward the tip.

AFTER

Opposite the postoperative image, with a nasal spine whose profile is slightly hollowed out, as requested by the patient. Reduced the unnatural projection of the tip, which instead appears correctly rotated upwards.

  • Example 9

BEFORE

A “Greek” profile with a dorsal hump which, albeit minimal, alters the design of the back making it coarse. The angle between the tip and the upper lip appears too closed.

AFTER

Removed the hump and restored the continuity of the profile. Corrected and reversed the projection of the tip and its tendency to fall forward.

  • Example 10

BEFORE

A frontal image that reminds us of a coarse nose as a whole and poorly defined in its components. Notice how the tip appears almost indistinguishable from the back.

AFTER

Define the characteristics of the tip, which is thinned and rounded. The backline has been regularized and now finally appears sweet and harmonious.

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Rhinoplasty Before And After Photographs – Critical Examination Of Many Aesthetic Situations 

A nose can be rejected by a person of both sexes, as crooked, as large in its entirety or only in some of its parts. A nose can be excessively long, “falling” due to an excessively nasolabial angle, (what is commonly called “pissing” in the mouth and which the Puritans convert into “peach” in the mouth, even if the image of pissing is more pertinent as it recalls the obvious association in psychoanalysis between the nose and the penis In the photogallery there is a synthetic introduction of the clinical case, the restoration project and the final result of the rhinoplasty.

The aesthetic aspect of the nose can also express a dysfunctional aspect, that is of a nose that does not breathe well, if it is true that aesthetics and function are two sides of the same coin. But not necessarily. A visibly crooked nose can correspond to an obstruction of the nasal cavity on the side of the convexity of the deviated septum, which underlies the deviation of the entire nasal pyramid, but it can also be that not, that there is no obstruction and that the complained respiratory deficit if coincidentally associated with septal deviation depends on other factors, vasodynamic, it is the most frequent case, for a chronic allergic phenomenology, or for alterations of other anatomical structures such as the nasal valves that do not allow a correct inspiration, especially under stress, or finally for hypertrophy of the turbinates, which are offshoots of a median bone of the skull base richly vascularized, with the function of swelling (with blood) if necessary, conditionally on the air, to reduce a too large nasal cavity and therefore cause turbulent motion of the inspired air, instead of laminar flow, resulting in chronic rhinitis. These aspects can be superimposed on partially consequent or dependent imperfections which in any case suggest a contextual solution.…

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How Does The Face Change With Rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty is a very common surgery that is performed to reshape the nose, both for aesthetic reasons, and to correct some aspects related to respiratory disorders. One of the most requested questions, however, is: how does the face change with rhinoplasty ? The nose is right in the center of our face and its shape can make a huge difference in our expression and also in the image we have of ourselves. It is precisely for this reason, in fact, that we turn to a surgeon: because we do not like the nose we have, it does not reflect us. Let’s see how a rhinoplasty changes, before and after.

Rhinoplasty: Before The Operation

Surgical nose reshaping is widespread, but it is still a surgery to watch out for. It is very important, in fact, to rely on expert medical personnel who will evaluate all the exams to be subjected to the patient and who must understand their needs. Rhinoplasty is performed both for purely aesthetic reasons and to correct functional imbalances. When the septum is also used, it is called rhinoseptoplasty . Before the operation, the surgeon not only examines your state of health, but carefully studies the shape of the face. Medical considerations will aim to get closer to the patient’s requests, without distorting their physiognomy. Having decided the shape of the nose together, we will proceed to the actual surgery.

Rhinoplasty: Immediately After The Operation

Over the years, rhinoplasty has made great strides and convalescence is increasingly painless. The first 48 hours are of rest, preferably with the head raised. From the third day, you can resume your normal life, albeit with some precautions, such as avoiding intense sports, saunas, hot drinks and exposure to the sun. It is in the first few days that the appearance of the nose can be intimidating, but it should not cause any concern. In fact, in the first 48 hours, swelling and bruising appear around the eyes. The nose is still covered with a small plaster, but it may appear more swollen.This effect is only temporary and absolutely not to be confused with the final result.After a week, the plaster is usually removed. At this point in the post-operative course, the nose may still appear slightly swollen, but it is destined to quickly gain the harmonious shape agreed between surgeon and patient.

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Rhinoplasty (Nose Job) Video Animation – Guncel Ozturk, MD

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