Rhinoplasty is also commonly known as a ‘nose job’ and is typically performed to enhance the functions of a nose. Apart from that, the Rhinoplasty surgery is carried out to reshape the structure of the nose. However, it is also done for medical purposes to correct issues related to breathing and other issues such as the misaligned or disfigured nose.
Sai Shree Hospital is one of the best hospitals in Pune to offer a Rhinoplasty surgery. Our staff has rich and diverse experience in the medical field and has offered their services and expertise to hundreds of patients in their career. We ensure each patient understands every detail of the surgery prior to the procedure and is at ease at all times.
Typically, this involves 2-3 days of hospitalization with a rest phase of 3 weeks. Either a local or general anaesthesia will be given to you before the surgery to ensure you are at ease at all times without any pain or discomfort. The surgeon will make small cuts inside the nostril and in the inner bone is reshaped to enhance and improve the overall appearance of the nose.
A cartilage graft will be taken from the ear or rib to improve the shape of the nose.
After the surgery, you will require to wear a nasal splint for one week. In addition, you may experience some swelling and discomfort near the eyes which will begin to subside after the first three days and sometimes last for a couple of weeks. It is important to understand that it could take a few months for your nose to heal completely after the surgery.
Are you contemplating the surgery?
If you are inclined towards getting a nose job or Rhinoplasty, book an appointment with our experts to know more about it. The aim is to understand what is expected from the surgeons and at the same time discuss how the surgery will proceed. Our surgeons will give you an idea about how your nose is likely to look post the surgery. In addition, before the surgery, our surgeons will closely assess the overall structure of your nose to understand if your expectations are realistic or not. The risks, time to recover, cost, etc will also be discussed.