Monday, 14 July 2014

Rhinoplasty and diabetes

Rhinoplasty can reduce the size of the nose or change the shape of the tip, for a better result. It can even change the angle between the nose and upper lip. It can also restore the proper functioning of the nose in the case of wound or the deviations of the nasal cavities. Rhinoplasty ensures that the patient is able to breathe through both nostrils.  

Men and women - can undergo rhinoplasty, but most surgeons warn against the procedure for up to 15 girls or boys under 17 who have not reached full maturity.
Uses two methods of rhinoplasty: open or closed technique technique. Both methods involve incisions made inside the nostrils, but the open technique makes the second cut in the fleshy skin between the nostrils.

 Bones can be carved depending on the desired outcome of the patient. Cartilage can be trimmed. Then stuffed nasal passages

 , and applied external bus. Packages removed after 24 hours, but the tire is worn for about a week. The operation usually takes 1-2 hours and can be done under local or general anesthesia.

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Diabetes and Surgery Rhinoplasty

Acceptable to undergo rhinoplasty, if the patient - a diabetic . Diabetes patient should be under good control, and blood sugar levels should be within the normal range, and you will not have problems, undergoing rhinoplasty.

As long as your diabetes is under control of a competent, you can safely undergo rhinoplasty for yourself, especially if you are young. Healing time may be slightly extended because of diabetes, but if you're in the prime of life and diabetes sick recently, it should not be much longer.

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