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The difference between bony and fleshy nose (thick and thin skin)

To explain the difference between broiler nose and bone nose or more precisely thin skin noses or with medium skin with thick skin and soft tissue, the first point should be pointed out that in practice rhinoplasty except for removing of nasal blades and sometimes skin of the middle column of nose will never be …

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Nose sticking guide

Nose sticking: After the nasal surgery, longitudinal and transverse adhesives and then external brace are used in order to prevent adhering the nasal skin to the underlying tissues and not leaving a gap between them. In thin-skinned noses, this adhesive does not need to be applied and will not affect the final result. However, in …

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Nose difference between men and women and differences between races

Nose difference between men and women and differences between races The nose is part of the face and seen in harmony with the face. What makes a person’s face beautiful is the proportion of a beautiful nose to the whole face. Cognitive aesthetic: A woman’s pretty face is almost oval in shape and has a …

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What is Rhinoplasty?

what is nose job? Nose job (rhinoplasty) is usually done by an ENT (ear, nose and throat) surgeon, maxillofacial surgeon or plastic surgeon to improve the nose performance (plastic surgery) or its appearance (cosmetic surgery). Rhinoplasty is performed for aesthetic reasons or reconstructive purposes such as removing damages, congenital defect, or breathing problems. Rhinoplasty can …

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Frequently asked questions before and after nose surgery

Frequently asked questions before and after the nose surgery Rhinoplasty is usually a short hospitalized or outpatient surgery with a little bruising and swelling. Thus the patient can start his usual life a day after operation. He can walk and even drive provided that swelling and bruising do not prevent his sight. Avoid activities which …

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