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Rhinoplasty, properties, nose

What are the beneficiaries of Closed Rhinoplasty?

Closed Rhinoplasty refers to the surgical reshaping of the aesthetic and functional properties of the nose. Its approach implies that no skin incisions are made on the outside of the nose in the surgery. It can be done via incisions placed inside the nose, more specifically the nasal tip and the bridge. It is basically […]

All about the rhinoplasty for men

In the present times, lots of men are going for closed rhinoplasty. It is hence very much required to know all about the costs, the time for recovery as well as the side effects of undergoing this surgery, in men. The surgeon doing the surgery can get the best results for the patient if he […]

Choosing between open rhinoplasty and closed rhinoplasty

One of the most confusing aspects of undergoing a rhinoplasty is not the operation itself, but choosing the procedure by which the surgery would be done. A patient usually has two choices, either he or she can go for an open rhinoplasty or a closed rhinoplasty. These two terms may seem to be alien and […]

The time required to get healed after the closed rhinoplasty

Many people think that recovering from an open rhinoplasty takes longer than recovery from a closed rhinoplasty. But in reality it has been seen that the time required for recovery from either of the surgeries is more or less the same. Hence in no way is a closed rhinoplasty worse than an open rhinoplasty. In […]

What do you mean by closed rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty is the term used to denote a nose operation. It is a type of plastic surgery that is used for correcting and reconstructs the form of any body part especially the nose. It aesthetically enhances the nose. Closed rhinoplasty is mainly used to resolve nasal problems. Nose jobs are very common these days. Not […]


Rhinoplasty, a nose job, is a cosmetic surgery process for correcting and reconstructing the shape, restoring the capabilities, and aesthetically enhancing the nose, by resolving nasal trauma (blunt, penetrating, blast), congenital defect, respiratory obstacle, or a failed major rhinoplasty. In the surgical procedures — closed rhinoplasty and open rhinoplasty — an otolaryngologist (ear, nose, and […]