Nose surgery, known as a cartilage grafting nose job, uses cartilage harvested from other areas of the patient’s body (often the ear, septum, or rib) to reshape or reconstruct the nose. Rhinoplasty enhances the nose’s aesthetics and functionality by repositioning or removing cartilage. Nose augmentation with bone graft behind the ear (ทํา จมูก กระดูก หลัง หู, which is the term in Thai) might improve a person’s breathing, fix damage from earlier procedures, or make them happier with their appearance.
Cartilage Grafting: What Is It?
During rhinoplasty (nose surgery), a surgeon may harvest a small amount of cartilage from one area of the nose and transplant it to another part that needs more structure. It is possible to restructure, reconstruct, or fortify weak or damaged portions of the nose with cartilage obtained from other areas of the body and placed there.
Cartilage is a resilient and adaptable tissue that gives the nose its shape and flexibility. Some of the goals of rhinoplasty that can be accomplished with the help of cartilage grafting are as follows:
- Reinforcing the nasal valve and the septum can help restore normal nasal function and prevent further collapse.
- Correct nasal deformities or asymmetries like a deviated septum or a crooked bridge;
- Build up or augment areas of the nose that are too small or flat, like the tip or the dorsum;
- Provide additional support to the nasal.
In rhinoplasty, transplanting cartilage can improve the look and function of the nose.
Ear Cartilage Grafts
Cartilage from the ear canal is another common source of rhinoplasty grafts. Cartilage is taken from the patient’s ear to reshape or strengthen the nose in this transplant procedure.
Ear cartilage is comparable in quality to septal cartilage; the ear is a readily accessible donor location for cartilage grafts. The incision is also easily hidden behind the ear and usually heals quickly.
There are several applications for ear cartilage grafts in rhinoplasty. They can be used for various cosmetic and functional purposes, including elevating the prominence of the nasal bridge, reshaping the nasal tip, and reinforcing the nasal septum.
Cartilage grafts from the ear can be moulded into various forms, which may be useful in meeting the aesthetic and functional requirements of different patients. This allows for a more individualised strategy for rhinoplasty, which may produce better cosmetic results.
See a professional if you’re unhappy with your nose’s appearance and want to find out if rhinoplasty is right for you. Although nose surgery might enhance your appearance, it’s important to have reasonable goals for the procedure. The full effects of surgery may not become apparent for up to a year. Choosing to have rhinoplasty surgery is serious. Get answers to your questions regarding the potential benefits and dangers by discussing them with your healthcare professional.