Korea Nose Job + Functional Surgery, Is It Possible?

The nose is located in the center of the zoom of the face and is the most three-dimensional than other areas. The nose also determines the balance and harmony of the entire face according to its shape and height. As the perception of plastic surgery is becoming more positive, more and more patients are visiting hospitals to improve their image. In recent years, 'Korea nose job' that can improve both beauty and function at once are attracting attention.

Some of the major nasal diseases are specific gravity curvature, rhinitis, sinusitis, sinusitis, and non-valve stenosis. Functional Korea nose job is a method to correct the functional parts in case of problems with the internal structure of the nose, and at the same time, to improve the function of each patient, and at the same time to achieve cosmetic customized nose formation in consideration of the characteristics of each patient.

A specific gravity curvature is a condition that bends the weight, which is the center of the nose, resulting in functional disorders such as blocked nose. Korea nose job is the only way to correct the bent, and if left untreated, it may cause rhinitis and sinusitis, so it is recommended to get treatment as soon as possible.

Rhinitis is an inflammatory condition of the mucous membrane covering the nasal cavity, accompanied by symptoms such as runny nose, nasal congestion, sneezing, and itching. Axial sinusitis is a disorder caused by poor ventilation and disorganization of sinus, an empty space in the face around the nose. In case of chronic sinusitis, which lasts for more than three months, treatment must be performed through surgery.

Non-valve stenosis refers to the narrowing of the non-valve at the top of the non-valve, and since the non-valves are a core part of the control of the breathing, it is easy to feel stuffy in the structure, so it is recommended to expand the closed valve through the non-valve reconstruction technique.

As a cochlear implant is an operation that injects prostheses, it is important to clearly identify the type of patient before surgery and the appropriate surgical method, and if premature judgment is taken, there is a high possibility of adverse effects such as inflammation and deployment, and sufficient consultation with experienced and experienced specialists must be conducted before surgery.

After nose surgery, side effects such as inflammation or bleeding can generally occur, and there are differences in the individual's. After surgery, you should avoid lowering your head or lying on your face, be careful not to forcibly remove or touch wounds and scabs inside your nose, and avoid drinking or smoking for at least four weeks because it can slow your recovery.