Precise & Natural-Looking Results with Faster Recovery Time
Thanks to the three dimensional high-resolution cameras, millimetric calculations can be made. The biggest advantage of the three-dimensional camera technology is that the tissues can be viewed down to the last detail. With the help of this method, the intranasal structures that should not be damaged are well-protected and the recovery period is faster when compared to the other surgical procedures. This is a significant advantage over traditional rhinoplasty. Most patients can resume their normal activities within two weeks post-surgery, whereas traditional rhinoplasty can require up to six weeks of downtime.
With Video Endoscopic Rhinoplasty, we can make precise adjustments to your nose that complement your unique facial features with the detailed view of your nasal structures, so you won’t have to worry about the “operated” look commonly associated with traditional rhinoplasty treatment.
How Video Endoscopic Rhinoplasty Works
Video endoscopic rhinoplasty surgery requires an endoscope to access the nasal structures in detail. By inserting the endoscope through tiny incisions made inside your nostrils, the nasal cavity can be examined and what needs to be adjusted is identified. Once all areas that need to be modified are identified, specialized tools to make the necessary changes will be utilized. The entire surgery is performed with the closed technique and it takes an average of 1 to 2 hours to complete, performed under general anesthesia. After the surgery, you will need to wear a splint on your nose for about a week which what helps to support the healing process and protect your newly shaped nose.
Endoscopic rhinoplasty can be used with the closed rhinoplasty. The intranasal part can be viewed down to the last detail by this technique. Thanks to this method which is effective against the formation of bleeding and tissue damage, the tissue damage is minimized. With minimum tissue damage, bruise and swelling are also minimized. So, the recovery period speeds up.