Closed Rhinoplasty

Closed Rhinoplasty

Closed Rhinoplasty Surgery

How much does closed rhinoplasty cost?

What is Closed Rhinoplasty?

 Closed rhinoplasty cost  and revision close rhinoplasty in Iran is about $ 1400 ,which includes closed rhinoplasty surgery, anesthesia, Pre op tests and the cost of a doctor’s visit before and after surgery.

A closed rhinoplasty is the most common type of rhinoplasty. All incisions are hidden inside the nose with no external scars.  Lifting the soft tissue slightly upward, the bone and cartilage is accessible to perform the necessary changes.

Closed rhinoplasty is suitable for any type of nose surgery depending on the surgeon’s skill. If this is your first operation, closed rhinoplasty is likely to be recommended. Closed rhinoplasty is an effective method for patients who are opting for simple surgery to thin the nose or remove lumps or bumps, rather than having work done on the tip. Moreover, closed rhinoplasty is suitable for those who need small changes to their nose and want to heal faster.

Before Closed Rhinoplasty

Preparing for Closed rhinoplasty 

Before scheduling closed rhinoplasty in Iran, you should send your medical records to rhinoplasty surgeon in Iran. The most important question your doctor will definitely ask you is about your motivation and goals of surgery. Your doctor will also ask questions about your medical history — including a history of nasal obstruction, surgeries and any medications you take. If you have a bleeding disorder, such as hemophilia, you may not be a proper candidate for nose job surgery in Iran.

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What important factors should I notice before doing closed Rhinoplasty in Iran?

  1. Get lab. It is important that we ensure our patients are healthy enough to have surgery so we should ask our patients to have a hemoglobin test.
  2. Take certain medications or adjust your current medications.
  3. Stop smoking 2 weeks before and after surgery.
  4. Avoid taking aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs and herbal supplements as they can increase bleeding.
  5. Limit sun exposure for 2 weeks
  6. Do need eat or drink anything 6 hours prior
  7. Purchase all recovery items beforehand

 

What are the Advantages of closed rhinoplasty?

. Closed rhinoplasty is less invasive and leaves no scars and less swelling and bruising after surgery, so there will be a shorter recovery time and downtime.

. Closed rhinoplasty procedure takes a shorter time to be completed that open rhinoplasty does.

.  Reduced nasal tissue irritation (due to the lack of a columellar incision)

.  Reduced likelihood of the nasal-tip support reduction

.  Smaller likelihood of post-operative edema

What are the Disadvantages of closed rhinoplasty?

. As there is limited visibility of the tissues and cartilage, the surgeon can make limited changes, with less delicacy.

. There are fewer surgeons who are skillful at closed rhinoplasty than open rhinoplasty.

. Incisions made in the nose weaken the nasal structure, undermining the stability of the shape of the nose in the future.

. There is a higher chance of nasal cartilage distortion during the operation as accessing the nasal framework requires intense stretching of the skin.

Read more about : Open rhinoplasty vs closed rhinoplasty

Am I a Good Candidate for Closed Rhinoplasty?

Good candidates for closed rhinoplasty include:

. The best candidate for closed rhinoplasty is someone who requires minor work — the removal of a dorsal hump, for instance — but whose nose tip and overall structure of the nose is good.

. An ideal patient for closed rhinoplasty is someone who wants to make changes to the nasal dorsum, the nasal side walls and some minor changes to the nasal tip.

. An ideal closed rhinoplasty patient hasn’t had a lot of nasal trauma or previous surgery.

. Closed rhinoplasty candidates are people with a bridge or bulbous tip on their nose or someone with breathing issues because of the structure of the nose.

Read more about : Bulbous nose surgery

Risks and Complications

Closed rhinoplasty is a safe surgical procedure with a high satisfaction rate if performed by a qualified plastic surgeon. However, there is always the possibility that complications or unwanted results may appear.

The risks of closed rhinoplasty include:

. Bruising

. Swelling

. Scarring

. Infection

. Asymmetry

. Numbness

. Hematoma – Blood collecting under the skin

. Breathing difficulties

. Burst blood vessels

. Possibility of revisional surgery

During Closed Rhinoplasty

How is Closed Rhinoplasty performed?

Closed rhinoplasties are done as an alternative to the open technique. Instead of exposing the nasal structure, incisions are made on the nasal membrane in varying locations to access different parts of the nose framework. By not opening the nose, patients are able to have reduced recovery times and non-visible scars. Whatever your goals may be, whether for an ethnic rhinoplasty or rejuvenation nose job, a closed technique can most likely be utilized.

During a closed rhinoplasty, incisions will be made on the inside of the nose. The nasal structure will not be exposed which means decreased visualization for the surgeon, however postoperative scarring will be hidden and discreet. The addition of an endoscope may be used during a closed rhinoplasty to increase visualization. When repair has been completed, sutures will close incisions and an external splint or cast will be placed over the nose.

The goal of a closed rhinoplasty is to achieve facial harmony by changing the shape, size or angle of the nose. Closed rhinoplasty can also be used to correct breathing problems resulting from irregularities inside the nose.

After Closed Rhinoplasty

Recovery

Since closed nose surgery is less invasive than the open method, there will be less swelling and bruising after this surgery and the nose will heal faster. There might even be no bruising after closed rhinoplasty in some patients. Therefore, the recovery time in closed rhinoplasty is shorter than in open rhinoplasty and patients usually need a shorter time to be able to return to their normal life.

The full results of a closed rhinoplasty become visible within approximately one to two years of treatment because it takes this long for all of the swelling to go away completely. However, downtime after a closed or open rhinoplasty generally lasts about two weeks. A nose splint is typically removed within five to six days of a closed rhinoplasty procedure. At this point, post-rhinoplasty bruising and swelling is usually minimal, too.

Flying after Closed rhinoplasty

A patient must not fly for at least 5 days after the surgery. While unlikely, the possibility that you will have a nosebleed during the flight, which could be an emergency situation, is avoided. It is still not recommended to fly for an additional week (in total 2 weeks), but many patients cannot stay in town for that long of a period. If you must fly during the second week of your recovery, it is important to take Sudafed and spray a nasal decongestant (Afrin or other) prior to taking off. If not, the pressure changes during the flight may be very painful. It is also typical to have renewed swelling after the flight, which will last about 1-2 days. All of these issues are not concerning if you are planning to travel by car or train.

Out of town patients should plan to stay a few days after the surgery at a hotel. They can travel and fly back home after splint removal at 5-7 days.  Physical activity should be limited for 10-14 days. It usually takes about 6 weeks before the patient can exercise again without discomfort. High-risk contact sports should be avoided for 3 months.

How can I clean my nose after Closed Rhinoplasty in Iran?

4 Ways to clean your nose after Closed Rhinoplasty are as follows:

. Q-tip and hydrogen peroxide

. Saline rinse

. Removing blockages

. Use a moist towelette

The cost of Closed Rhinoplasty in Iran is about $ 1400.

1How long does Closed rhinoplasty take to heal?
five to six days In terms of recovery, it largely depends on the type of rhinoplasty, but for both open and closed procedures, downtime is typically a one- to two-week period. "Most patients have a rapid recovery within five to six days [for closed procedures]," says Dugar.
2What is a closed nose job?
During a closed rhinoplasty procedure, the incisions are hidden inside a patient's nose. A closed rhinoplasty involves modifications performed inside the nostrils. As such, a closed rhinoplasty is generally recommended for rhinoplasty patients who require nasal bridge modifications.
3Is closed rhinoplasty better?
Depending upon the patient's natural anatomy and desired results, closed rhinoplasty can be a good option. In many cases, however, the improved accuracy and access of the open technique is a far greater benefit than the minor risk of visible scarring.
4How is a closed rhinoplasty performed?
The closed technique is performed using incisions that are exclusively made within the inside of the nose. ... An open rhinoplasty is performed through an incision that extends from the inner margins of the nostrils and crosses the columella, or external undersurface of the nose.
5What is the difference between a closed and open rhinoplasty?
In a closed rhinoplasty all surgery is done through the nostrils so there are no external scars. In an open rhinoplasty the surgeon makes an incision at the base of the columella, the strut of tissue between the nostrils, and elevates the skin off of the cartilages. He or she then alters the cartilage shape
6What happens in nose surgery?
Rhinoplasty may be done inside your nose or through a small external cut (incision) at the base of your nose, between your nostrils. ... After these changes are made, the surgeon places the nose's skin and tissue back and stitches the incisions in your nose.
7How long does a closed rhinoplasty take?
The simplest open nose procedure can be completed in under two hours while a revision rhinoplasty or a cleft-lip nose procedure will take two and a half hours. Rarely will any nose procedure take longer than three hours to complete.
8How long does it take for a nose job to heal completely?
By three months, the swelling is resolving more and the nose will look very similar to the final product. Having said that, it does take about one year for all of the swelling to resolve and for the nose to completely heal. It may take longer than this in cases of revision rhinoplasty.
9What happens in nose surgery?
Rhinoplasty may be done inside your nose or through a small external cut (incision) at the base of your nose, between your nostrils. ... After these changes are made, the surgeon places the nose's skin and tissue back and stitches the incisions in your nose.
10Is nose surgery painful?
Your nose may be stuffy and you may have trouble breathing for a short time. The skin on the tip of your nose may be numb. You may have some itching or shooting pain as the feeling returns. If bones were broken during your surgery, you will need to avoid injury to your nose for about 3 months.

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