Health The nasal septum 老太落水老汉相救 南海发现可燃冰

Health The nasal septum, the structure that separates the two nostrils inside the nose, is composed of cartilage and bone. The septum may become twisted or deviated, which will cause a smaller nasal passage on one side or the other, or both. Many reasons can account for this deviation. These include trauma at birth or accidental injury. This nasal deviation is capable of altering or impeding the pattern of airflow through one’s nose which will make it difficult to breathe. In addition to that, the nose may also appear somewhat crooked or with a bump. The three basic surgeries that involve altering the nose are: septoplasty, rhinoplasty, and tiplasty. Septoplasty is surgery of the nose that improves or restores its functionality in terms of breathing with more ease. This procedure will correct a deviated nasal septum as mentioned earlier. Nasal reshaping surgery is surgery of the nose to shorten, thin, straighten, augment, elongate, or otherwise create balance in the overall impression of one’s face. A patient who seeks nasal surgery for more cosmetic reasons will often elect rhinoplasty, which includes alteration of the nasal cartilage and bone. Tiplasty is surgery of the of the nasal tip and its cartilage. Patients will elect this surgery to define and refine the tip of their nose. Because rhinoplasty refers to the overall reconstruction of the nose, it may also include refinement of the nasal tip, straightening of the nose, narrowing of the nose width, or reduction of the "nasal hump," as a combined surgery. Revision nasal surgery is surgery that is performed in order to correct the results from a previous nasal contouring surgery. Unfortunately, a second nasal procedure will not be as easy as the first one due to the formation of scars that lessen the options during a revisionary rhinoplasty procedure. In order to assess his or her nasal conditions for nose job surgery, the prospective patient should make sure to set up a consultation with their cosmetic surgeon. The use of video-imaging will enhance this process in that the patient will be able to directly relate to their surgeon any specific concerns or conditions. The cosmetic surgeon will discuss and examine the various concerns with the patient in order to ascertain what the best plan is to refine or correct the nose. The consultation between the patient and the plastic surgeon will provide complete information about nasal contouring surgery. After the cosmetic surgeon has performed the thorough examination of the nose, the patient is able to ask any questions that concern the expected results and potential challenges that are associated with the surgery. The patient will be able to review photographs of nasal reshaping patients who have elected to have a similar cosmetic procedure. In addition, a computerized video-imaging session will allow for visualization of the changed that are possible to achieve for the patient. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: