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Nose Implant

Nasal implants will correct nasal deficiencies in the bridge of nose, drooping of the tip as well as many other areas of the nose. A nose implant can give height and definition to a flat nose or improve the tip. It can also be done to correct a collapse on one side of the nose to make it look straighter. An implant may also be used to support a drooping nasal tip. Implants are frequently used in revision rhinoplasty where too much cartilage was removed from a previous rhinoplasty.

How the procedure is done.

Nose implants are done by either using bone grafts or synthetic implants made from solid silicone, polythylene and other materials. Is performed either using a closed procedure, where incisions are hidden inside the nose, or an open procedure. Incision is made across the narrow strip of tissue that separates the nostrils.

What are the different types of nasal implants?

  • Autogenous,
  • Semisynthetic
  • Synthetic

Nose Implant FAQ.

  • Q. What are the side effects of a nose implant?

    A. Discomfort and pain depends on the patient’s pain tolerance, however, must experience mild discomfort after the procedure. Side effects of a nose implant include swelling, minor bleeding, bruising, numbness in and around the nose.

  • Q. Will I be able to go home after the surgery is complete?

    A. Nose Implant are performed on an outpatient basis. However, because you will still be under the effects of anesthesia after surgery, you will need someone to drive you home.

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