A new way to shape your nose, Diamond Rhinoplasty
Rhinoplasty is the most frequently performed cosmetic plastic surgery in the world among all the procedures. Because of its great effect on the facial expression and beauty, a successful rhinoplasty makes a good contribution in terms of both health and aesthetics.
For years, this surgery was performed by breaking the nasal bones. Because of this, bruising and swelling were seen in the postoperative period. Unwanted and uncontrolled fractures and wrong healing could be seen due to breaking bones.
Technological developments have begun a new era in the nose surgeries. Thanks to Piezo surgery technique which works with high-frequency vibrations, it is possible to form hard tissues such as bones without breaking them and work on fine details. The diamond tip is used which was developed by Dr. Olivier Gerbault from Paris for shaping the nasal bones. Diamond Rhinoplasty technique has become my routine for rhinoplasty. It is much safer and gives more predictable results .. With this technique, there will be no severe bruising and swelling, if the patient has no predisposition for bruising and swelling.
Diamond Rhinoplasty technique which was developed by Dr. Gerbault, is a member of International Rhinoplasty Research Society as I am, will change the course of rhinoplasty and spread rapidly throughout the world.
What is the Revision Nose Surgery?
Revision Rhinoplasty In case of unsatisfactory cosmetic results or breathing problems after Rhinoplasty surgery, Revision (correction) nose surgeries intervene in. After a failed rhinoplasty surgery patients tend to become desperate and start losing their hope, if they are never going to have the nose they wanted. They even believe that it can no longer be corrected. Besides that they are likely to be impatient. They want to see the results immediately. However, it should be noted that; the healing process after Rhinoplasty is a process which requires a long waiting period and patience. It is very important not to be pessimistic in the early period after surgery. If there is no emergency, patients are called upon to wait at least one year before a revision surgery. Read All