There are two techniques a surgeon can use to perform your rhinoplasty; open vs closed technique. One of the most confusing dilemmas in nose job is to decide which technique to use to achieve the best result. It is always good for patients to become well-informed about technique for to make the right decision for their health and appearance.
There are basically two techniques in nose job: open and closed rhinoplasty. Both techniques have their own advantages and disadvantages.
What’s open rhinoplasty?
The nasal tip and middle portion of the nose treat with an open rhinoplasty. It involves the use of a small bridging incision to link incisions to the right and left nostrils. The bridging incision allows the nasal skin to be folded upward, thereby providing full access to the lower nasal skeleton.
What’s closed rhinoplasty?
During a closed rhinoplasty procedure, the incisions are hidden inside a patient’s nose. It involves modifications performed inside the nostrils. Surgeon recommends a closed rhinoplasty for patients who require nasal bridge modifications.
Which technique is better?
The difference between the two techniques is small, but the important thing is the results. The reason for this is that the story of each patient is different. Many factors will be determinant, such as the drugs used, the structure of the nose and the size of the deformation. The technique that your surgeon will suggest after the examination will be the most correct technique for you.
Rhinoplasty in Turkey
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Ashley Cafferty, BA https://www.plasticsurgery.theclinics.com/article/S0094-1298(15)00104-2/abstract