The Risks and Dangers of Rhinoplasty
Rhinoplasty refers to cosmetic or corrective surgery of the nose. Most people undergo rhinoplasty to alter the way their nose looks or is structured. It is also conducted to repair or restore a person’s nose that may have been disfigured due to an accident or complications from previous surgeries.
However, as is the case with all forms of surgery, there is the potential for risks and side effects. Even the most successful rhinoplastic operations may lead to some complications. Here is a look at some of the risks and side effects of rhinoplasy. Continue reading
What You Should Know About Rhinoplasty
Rhinoplasty is a form of cosmetic surgery and refers to the surgical alteration of a person’s nose. The procedure may alter the specific shape of the nose to make it smaller or larger, to alter the nose’s angle, re-shape the very tip, or to correct defects and indentations or bumps.
Rhinoplasty is a very common procedure and is now becoming one of the more affordable forms of cosmetic surgery. However, rhinoplasty is not just for cosmetic purposes: it may also be used to treat people with breathing disorders or other conditions disrupting their olfactory senses. Continue reading
Common Facial Plastic Surgery Procedures
Cosmetic surgery is one of the most common operations conducted today and it is also the only one that isn’t commonly caused by severe health concerns such as cancer, disfigurement, or others. Most people undergo facial plastic surgery simply to alter how they look although some have to undergo these procedures because of disfigurement caused by accidents, illnesses, or others.
There is just about every form of plastic surgery for the face available today. You can get facial surgery to alter your eyebrows, your lips, your nose, and more. For quick reference, here is a list of some of the more common facial plastic surgery procedures: Continue reading