I believe that many people have discovered that there are differences in regions and races
The appearance and morphological characteristics are also different, and the most obvious one is the shape of the nose.
From the perspective of biological evolution, the warmer the climate, the wider the nostrils and the shorter the bridge of the nose. For example, African blacks have significantly larger and flatter noses. In areas with colder climates, the nostrils are significantly narrower and the bridge of the nose is higher and pointed, such as the Nordic people’s noses are both thin and high.
Although the shape of the nose is influenced by external and internal factors,
But we can achieve a natural and beautiful nose through scientific medical aesthetics.
At present, there are several popular rhinoplasty methods: prosthesis, augmentation, autologous cartilage, injection, etc.; The method of raising the bridge of the nose to a certain extent and using autologous cartilage to make the tip of the nose can reduce side effects and achieve a beautiful and natural nose.
1. Autologous cartilage rhinoplasty
Autologous cartilage tissue is transplanted into the nose to elevate the external nose. The donor site cartilage is usually obtained from ear cartilage, septal cartilage or costal cartilage. It is widely known that autologous cartilage tissue transplantation will not cause rejection, and the survival rate is relatively high, so the effect is very good, and it is obvious and natural. However, over a long period of time, slight absorption and deformation may occur. Secondly, taking autologous tissue will cause secondary trauma to the body and cause greater pain.
Second, silicone prosthesis rhinoplasty
The most commonly used rhinoplasty materials are polymer silicides. It has been used as early as 1972. After decades of observation, although its complication rate can reach 5%-20%, because of its good biocompatibility, good chemical inertness, non-toxic, non-carcinogenic, It is non-teratogenic and cheap, and is still one of the first-choice materials for rhinoplasty in clinical practice.
3. Injection rhinoplasty
At present, most of the materials used for injection are: Aibeifu, hyaluronic acid, autologous collagen, fat, etc. The advantages are quick effect, minimal invasiveness, and quick recovery.
The above are common rhinoplasty procedures, and the specific surgical procedures should be determined according to Jimei’s needs, nasal problems and doctor’s advice. A detailed consultation and discussion with a professional plastic surgeon should be conducted before the operation to ensure that the choice of surgical method and the effect of the operation meet the expectations of the patient.