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RHINOPLASTY IN SYDNEY
Restoring Balance and Beauty with Exquisite Nose Surgery

RHINOPLASTY IN SYDNEY
Restoring Balance and Beauty with Exquisite Nose Surgery

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More commonly known as a ‘nose job’ rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure designed to reshape the nose and improve its appearance.

With rhinoplasty, Sydney residents can:

  • Enlarge or decrease the size of their nose
  • Change the shape of the nostrils
  • Change the shape of the bridge or the tip
  • Alter the angle between their nose and their upper lip

In addition to aesthetic reasons, nose surgery in Sydney can also be used to assist in relieving certain breathing problems, fix problematic nasal obstructions and correct birth defects and injuries.

A nose job in Sydney, carried out by Dr Alan Evans can also create a dramatic transformation to an unbalanced face, making a person’s appearance look considerably different. While a slight change to some part of your nose may seem insignificant to others, it may seem highly significant to how you perceive your nose to be.

Rhinoplasty surgery in Sydney with Dr Alan Evans – Get the look you always wanted

Rhinoplasty is one of the most complex cosmetic surgical procedures as both aesthetics and functionality should always be addressed. Therefore, making the right choice of an ENT Facial Plastic Surgeon is imperative.

Dr Alan Evans has carried out over a thousand Rhinoplasties (nose jobs) in Sydney and works with the unique angles and the contours of the face to create a natural-looking nose that blends harmoniously with the rest of the facial features. Each surgery is highly personalised and carried out with your wishes in mind and with the aid of Imaging Systems.

Call Dr Evans today to see just how he can help on (02) 9158 6375.

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nose-jobs-Sydney

Rhinoplasty surgery in Sydney with Dr Alan Evans – Get the look you always wanted

Rhinoplasty is one of the most complex cosmetic surgical procedures as both aesthetics and functionality should always be addressed. Therefore, making the right choice of an ENT Facial Plastic Surgeon is imperative.

Dr Alan Evans has carried out over a thousand Rhinoplasties (nose jobs) in Sydney and works with the unique angles and the contours of the face to create a natural-looking nose that blends harmoniously with the rest of the facial features. Each surgery is highly personalised and carried out with your wishes in mind and with the aid of Imaging Systems.

Call Dr Evans today to see just how he can help on (02) 9158 6375.

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What to expect before undergoing rhinoplasty surgery in Sydney

During an initial consultation, Dr Alan Evans will carry out a physical examination to assess your individual needs and determine the extent of surgery and any other combinations of surgery to deliver the best possible outcome.

He will then discuss your expectations and goals and address any concerns you may have.

Using digital enhancement technology, Dr Evans will be able to show you on a screen just how your new nose will look, so you can see how it looks before going ahead with the surgery.

It’s important to note that certain changes might not always be possible or practical within the limitations or confines or rhinoplasty surgery. However, Dr Evans and his team will do all they can to reach a desired solution.

Rhinoplasty in Sydney – What can patients expect during surgery

Nose surgery in Sydney can last for up to 2-3 hours, depending upon the complexity of the problem and can be carried out under general anaesthetic in a hospital setting, but Dr Evans will discuss the best option for you.

There are 2 main techniques performed when dealing with nose jobs. Sydney patients can expect either closed or open surgery techniques. While the differences between the two techniques are small, the results are important.

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nose-job-Sydney

Rhinoplasty in Sydney – What can patients expect during surgery

Nose surgery in Sydney can last for up to 2-3 hours, depending upon the complexity of the problem and can be carried out under general anaesthetic in a hospital setting, but Dr Evans will discuss the best option for you.

There are 2 main techniques performed when dealing with nose jobs. Sydney patients can expect either closed or open surgery techniques. While the differences between the two techniques are small, the results are important.

Open technique

An open rhinoplasty is typically used when treating the middle portion or the tip of the nose. It involves making a small bridging incision between the left and right nostrils. The bridging incision enables the surgeon to fold the nasal skin upward to provide full access to the lower nose skeleton. Fortunately, the scar that is left behind after an open rhinoplasty is unlikely to be noticed by others since it is very small. With this technique, swelling of the nasal tip and nose may persist for a few months, but the open approach is frequently needed in order to provide long term stability to the nose.

Closed technique

A closed rhinoplasty involves making all the necessary incisions along the inside of the nose. The advantage of this technique is the lack of visible scarring after surgery. A closed rhinoplasty also lends itself to less swelling and often results in a shorter recovery time than an open rhinoplasty procedure.
Most patients prefer to have this type of rhinoplasty for these reasons, but it does have its limits. For instance, if projection is a big concern or a patient wants to alter the shape or size of the nasal tip, then an open rhinoplasty may be a better option.
Once the surgery is complete, any incisions in the nostril area are sutured. To maintain its new shape, a splint is applied to the outside of the nose. Nasal packs may also be inserted into the nostrils to help stabilise the cartilage and other structures within the nose.

After Surgery

For the first couple of days after your rhinoplasty (nose job) in Sydney, you should take complete rest and sleep with your head raised. Any bending, lifting, jogging or straining should be avoided for 2 or 3 weeks, after which normal activities can usually be resumed. While recovery time varies between individuals, most people can return to work within 7 to 10 days.

Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should always seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

If for whatever reason you are not happy with the shape, style, or any features of your nose, as well as have concerns about your breathing, and are looking to undergo rhinoplasty, then patients can rest assured that Dr Evans has the experience and expertise needed to attain your goals. Why not call today on (02) 9158 6375 and take the first steps towards having a beautiful nose, crafted just for you.