Evolution of the nose after an ultrasonic rhinoplasty
Evolution of the nose after a structural ultrasonic rhinoplasty, by Dr. Gerbault:
The appearance of the nose changes significantly after structural ultrasonic rhinoplasty performed through an extended open approach. The interest of this technique is to see all the bones of the nose to reshape them in a gentle and progressive way rather than breaking them blindly as it is done in the usual way.
The second advantage is to have stable bones and cartilage, guaranteeing a lasting result that does not deteriorate over time. The disadvantage is to create more edema in the weeks following the operation, which results in a wider and projected nose in the first weeks after rhinoplasty.
This young woman had an asymmetrical nose that was too projected, too long, masculine with a fairly thick acne skin and wanted a softer, more feminine, but very natural looking nose.
The result at 6 days shows the improvement, but a nose still wide and projected. At 3 months the nose is closer to the final appearance, softer, more feminine. The nose will continue to refine in the coming months.
Profiloplasty with facial harmonisation
Profiloplasty with facial harmonisation, by Dr. Gerbault:
Aesthetics and function are inseparable when it comes to rhinoplasty.
This young woman complained of having a significant hump and a too large nose. Furthermore, she was breathing very badly on one side. Her very retruded chin accentuated the perception of a nose that was too strong.
A structural ultrasonic rhino septoplasty combined to chin augmentation with a Medpor implant allowed to correct the hump, refine the nose, improve nasal breathing and balance the face.
The result is shown frontal view at 6 days, 3 months and 15 months after the operation.