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Alar base reduction

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Only applying lift up surgery for big nostril rims can make the person look like they have a very low nose tip. In this situation, it is better to apply nostril rims reduction surgery in order to make the ideal nose line by Alar base Reduction.

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Alar base reduction

  1. 1. Alar Base Reduction A Simplified Approach to Alar Base Reduction! The purpose of this slide is to further explore the techniques available for alar base- reduction that is easily readable & understandable.
  2. 2. Surgical procedure: Alar base reduction refers reducing the width of the alar, or base, of the nose. It is often, but not always, combined with rhinoplasty surgery or augmentation surgery. The alar base reduction technique consists of a small incision that is placed at the base of each nostril, and wedge of tissue is excised. The natural continuity of the nasal is still preserved, and the nose appears smaller and more narrow.
  3. 3. View the before and after photos of an alar base reduction. It typically takes about an hour to perform and patients can return home the same day. The alar base reduction scar is mostly not visible after few days of the operation.
  4. 4. What to expect during recovery? During the alar base reduction recovery time, you can expect to experience some nasal swelling, congestion and pain, though it will all be manageable by ensuring your head is elevated at all times and taking your prescribed pain medication as directed. During this time, you will be advised to avoid strenuous activity and doing anything that may place stress or pressure on your nose. In most cases, you will be able to resume work and your normal daily routine within one week.
  5. 5. Am I a good candidate? If find yourself in the following category & if your nose is described below then you are indeed a good candidate: •Nostrilsseems outsized for your face •asymmetricalor curved •nostrils are disproportionatelyflared •wide nasalappearance/ base on specific views •previous injury has made your nose asymmetrical •simplywanted to have a more pleasantlookingnose •Should be of good health with a normallyfunctioning immune system.
  6. 6. Enjoy the aesthetic surgery that is right for you! The Alar base reduction korea would give your nose that perfect touch that are long-lasting and considered permanent.

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