Explained: Natural Looking Results with Let Down and Push Down Preservation Method
All types of rhinoplasty operations have common goals such are aiming to change the size, shape, and/or proportion of the nose in a way that enhances facial harmony of the patient and creating a natural-looking outcome. Conducting the operating with minimal scarring, improving the breathing of the patient, addressing any functional issues such as sinusitis or snoring, and boosting self-confidence are some common desires. In the end, it’s important to remember that every patient’s goals and expectations are unique.
Let Down and Push Down Preservation Rhinoplasty is a technique, aims to maintain the natural ligaments of your nose while achieving the desired shape and contour. This approach involves repositioning your lower lateral cartilages without removing them, which helps preserving natural support structures of the nose. By doing this, the outcome will look like it already belongs on your face, rather than an artificial appearance. Remember that consulting with a qualified surgeon finally is crucial for successful results.
Preserving Natural Ligaments for Optimal Results
Preserving the natural connection between the dorsum and bone structure, cartilage tissue, and lobule is an essential aspect of this technique, which aims to maintain the natural support structures of the nose and achieve a more natural-looking outcome. However, correcting problems in the septum is not unique to Let Down and Push Down Preservation Rhinoplasty but is a general goal of all types of rhinoplasty.
Let Down and Push Down Preservation Rhinoplasty does involve making incisions from inside your nostrils, which can result in minimal visible scarring. The use of a splint and protective tape is standard practice after many types of rhinoplasty surgeries to protect the nose during the initial healing process.