Cartilage Rhinoplasty ?
Duration1 ~ 2 Hours
Daily ActivityPossible after stitch removal
Treatment Visits2 Minimum
Nose bridge, nose tip and overall
are flat and blunt.
When patient has a sense of
discomfort of implant.
If implant is difficult to use
due to a side effect of previous surgery.
Ear CartilageIt is the preferred cartilage tissue because it can be used universally among the autologous cartilage, it can make the shape of the nose naturally and prevent visible phenomenon when the skin is thin. The incision scar is inconspicuous and there is no change in the shape of the ear at all.
Septum CartilageNasal Septum Cartilage is a column of nose that exists in the vertical direction in the nose. The septum cartilage is taken from the inside leaving the L-shaped shape that supports the nose, and no additional scarring occurs. This cartilage is most commonly used to make the tip of the nose sharp and is most commonly used because the angle of the tip of the nose can be adjusted.
DermisDermis is the area between the epidermis (the outermost layer of skin) and the fat layer. If the implant is difficult to re-use again due to the side effects of previous surgery, or if the skin of the nose has become thinner, it is used to raise the nasal bridge. It is often used as a substitute for implants when there is resistance to the implant during the first operation.
The Temporomandibular Membrane (Fascia)The temporomandibular membrane is a membrane that surrounds the muscles inside the scalp, and a small incision is made in the scalp above the ear. It is a relatively thin membrane that is used to wrap the implants and cartilage if the skin of the nose or nose tip appears to be thin.