Rhinoplasty with Fast-Rino Technique


It improves the external appearance of the nose, achieving maximum natural results and a correct harmony of the nose with the rest of the facial structures.

Rhinoplasty, also called Nose Surgery, reshapes the nose by reducing or increasing its size, eliminating deviations, changing the shape of the tip or septum, narrowing the width of the holes or changing the angle between the nose and the upper lip. This procedure can also serve to relieve some breathing difficulties if combined with the treatment of the nasal septum.

The intervention lasts approximately one hour, although sometimes it can be longer.

General anesthesia can be used, as well as local anesthesia combined with intravenous sedation.

  • Temporary discomfort.

  • Post-operative swelling around the eyes.

  • Pains in the adjoining areas.

  • Numbness of the nasal skin and appearance of bruises and even slight bleeding.

  • Infection.
  • Bleeding under the skin flap or at the incision site, delayed healing, or the need for a second operation due to poor results or incomplete cosmetic improvement.
  • The patient will be able to return to work in a period of two or four days.

  • The patient will be able to resume activities that require greater effort in approximately four or six weeks.

  • The scars will mature and smooth within three months to a year after the operation.


Before and After

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