Plastic Surgery In Argentina
Interest in plastic surgery has never been greater, but stigma and misinformation continue to surround the industry and its patients.
This article is going to aim to break down cosmetic procedures and provide all the information you will need to make the decision that is best for your body. Here we present everything you need to know about rhinoplasty.
Thinking of permanently changing the size, shape, or appearance of your nose? This operation ranks third among the most popular cosmetic surgeries. If you're considering joining, here's everything you need to know about rhinoplasty in Argentina, from the initial consultation to the post-operative phase.
How does rhinoplasty work in Argentina?
Commonly known as rhinoplasty, nose surgery is an intervention plastic surgery in the Argentina aimed at sculpting the shape of the nose externally for the aesthetic side, and internally for breathing.
The aim is to give a natural look to the nose as if it had never been touched, which perfectly balances the patient's face.
Rhinoplasty: For whom in Argentina?
The nose is the element that we see first on a face, hence its importance.
Rhinoplasty is possible when the face has finished its bone and cartilage growth, around the age of 17, 18 more or less.
Exceptionally, some cases of young adolescents can be taken care of with the agreement of the parents, if the nose poses a real psychological problem.
The decision to get a nose job done is not something to be taken lightly. The decision must be carefully considered.
If you're bothered by your nose, you might be a good candidate. Rhinoplasty involves reshaping the nose for aesthetic and corrective purposes. Whether it's a birth defect, injury, or age-related change, rhinoplasty should help balance and proportion your nose and face.
The Different Types of Rhinoplasty happens in Argentina
There are as many types of rhinoplasty as there are different noses.
After having analyzed the characteristics of each nose, and the wishes of each patient, one can start by working on a simulation of rhinoplasty using in particular a computer simulation.
Among the most widespread requests, we often find the correction of noses with bumps, or twisted, but still with wings that are too wide, with drooping tips.
Ultrasonic rhinoplasty: New surgical method of rhinoplasty developed in the Argentina, allows the operation of the nose in a much more delicate way and with less risk than during a classic rhinoplasty.
Medical rhinoplasty: Remodeling of the nose without surgery is possible by injection of fillers (hyaluronic acid) with a duration of effectiveness of around 12 to 18 months.
Secondary rhinoplasty: Rhinoplasty is the most complex operation in cosmetic surgery (technicality of the act, difficulty of perfectly controlling the evolution of the nose over time, etc.).
The first rhinoplasty should therefore ideally be the last, but this is not always the case. When a second rhinoplasty is necessary, it is then called secondary rhinoplasty, or even revision rhinoplasty.
Ultrasonic rhinoplasty: This is a new procedure for very precise reshaping of the nose, using new miniaturized instruments.
Functional rhinoplasty: Functional rhinoplasty is also called septoplasty, septorhinoplasty. It can also be surgery of the turbinates and surgery of the nasal valves.
Ethnic Rhinoplasty: The term ethnic rhinoplasty refers to rhinoplasty performed on patients of non-Caucasian origin.
Profiloplasty: We call Profil Plast all the gestures of harmonization of the reliefs of the face. These may be medical or surgical procedures relating globally to the nose, chin, forehead, cheekbones.
Does it involve risks in Argentina?
As with every operation, there are always certain risks to keep in mind. Although it is considered a widespread and safe procedure, rhinoplasty, for example, is not immune to poor results. It is also the operation that has the highest revision rate of all plastic surgery procedures performed.
Examples of bad results: A rhinoplasty to correct a crooked nose but which does not completely straighten the nose.
Since cartilage has a memory, there is also the likelihood that the nose will become crooked again in the future.
Breathing must also be taken into account. Cosmetic rhinoplasties can worsen the breathing of a patient who had no problems before the operation.
Even when the procedure is performed for breathing problems, there is always the risk that breathing will not improve, or that it will deteriorate after the operation.
Other problems can occur, such as cartilage grafts that can move and become visible.
Other risks include those often associated with surgery, such as bleeding, infection, and anesthesia risk, but note that these risks are extremely rare.
How much does it cost in Argentina?
The amount for a classic rhinoplasty can vary between 4000 and 8000 euros depending on the place and the surgeon who will operate on you.
From 5000 euros and more for rhinoplasty with ultrasonic rhino sculpture.
If you abstain from an injection of hyaluronic acid, the operation will not exceed 500 euros.
The operation can be at least partially covered by social security, after prior agreement, when a respiratory problem is diagnosed.
In Argentina, you will be entitled to a team of the best cosmetic surgeons, graduates of the major Argentina, and international universities.
In addition to expertise in the field of cosmetic surgery in the Argentina and abroad and collaboration with partners with Argentina accreditations, we offer you the lowest prices on the market (-70% on the prices offered in the Argentina). Benefit from the best services combining professionalism, security, and efficiency.