The nostrils are situated on the top or the front of your nose. If you’re seeking changes for aesthetic preferences or medical ones, such as having a deviated septum, the procedure of rhinoplasty could modify. An open rhinoplasty opens the nasal skin completely to allow surgeons to focus directly with the cartilage. However, during a closed rhinoplasty, the surgeon just goes in through the nostrils in order to eliminate cartilage.
You must shape the cartilage around the tips of your nostril without cutting. In order to ensure the work will last, it is necessary to fold and then sew it into place. Sometimes, the surgeon may redo the sutures a few times to make sure the appearance of the nose is natural and stands against the elements. While consulting with your physician discuss the advice that you have learned from this video to be sure that you’ve chosen the right surgeon for your requirements!