what is the difference between rhinoplasty and noseplasty as seen in websites
Difference Between Rhinoplasty vs. Noseplasty?
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There is no such thing as noseplasty. That is probably a made up terminology. Literally it means the same thing. Rhino = nose. but its not called noseplasty. Its Rhinoplasty. If a doctor is calling it noseplasty.....just walk away and find another doctor.
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Rhinoplasty and "noseplasty"
These are two terms for the same procedures. The rhinoplasty operation is done to shape, mold, and sculp the nasal bones, the upper lateral cartilages, and the lower lateral cartilages of the nose to fit, form, and function and make sure that the nose can still breathe properly after the shape of the nose has been changed.
Rhinoplasty vs Noseplasty
This is the first time in 35 years of rhinoplasty surgery I've ever heard the term "noseplasty". The most important decision you will make is to select a surgeon who provides results that you like, regardless of what he/she calls the procedure.
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A rhinoplasty is an operation on the nose. A "noseplasty" is poor English.
I have never heard of a noseplasty but it probably is synonymous with rhinoplasty. A rhinoplasty is an operation to change the appearance and/or function of the nose.
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"Noseplasty" is not a technical name for nasal reshaping surgery. Rhinoplasty is the actual name for a surgical procedure that reshapes the nose. Although I assume the surgeon was trying to make the term more accessible to the public, I think that its ends up creating more confusion than anything else. Whatever you want to call it, it is the surgeon's experience and the actual techniques used during the procedure that will matter most in getting you the results you would like.
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