Side effects of autopharyngeal plastic surgery
Q: A woman in her early 20s with a low nose. We would like to know the side effects that can appear as self-diagnosis surgery during nose plastic surgery.No matter how much I look on the Internet (both nose and tip of the nose), there’s only a word that it can be absorbed like fat.
If nose reoperation is performed, is it possible for the nose to self-crisis and ear cartilage at the tip of the nose? Even if only the ear cartilage is added to the tip of the nose, can the cartilage gradually go down and cause the tip of the nose to turn red or slightly longer?
A: Self-tissue does not cause any special side effects, whether dermis or cartilage. However, it is quite difficult to shape.
Both can be applied to nose surgery. It is not easy to remove or correct it because it is self-organization and is combined with surrounding tissues. If you choose such a procedure, you should carefully consider its shape and scope and make a decision so that the procedure can be performed.
Common nasal surgery side effects such as inflammation, bending symptoms, wounds do not heal well, curves such as too high or too low, hawk’s beak, and chin, increased sebum secretion, and skin redness can both appear as prostheses or self-caps. However, even if the dermis is inflamed, it usually heals well, and bending symptoms are corrected by re-operation and pushing.
Other side effects that only appear in the dermis may include sebum cysts or hip wounds.
You don’t have to use the ear cartilage because of its height, but if the main cartilage and nostrils are short, the shape may be better if you put a support on the main cartilage 비아그라 판매
It’s very rare, but sometimes the nose tip height is lowered.