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Because rhinoplasty surgery involves incisions inside the nose and consequently results in bleeding inside the nose and mouth, anesthesia that protects the airways is important. This would be general anesthesia where the patient is completely asleep.

Can a Rhinoplasty Be Performed Under Local Anesthesia?

Learn about what anesthesia is used for rhinoplasty surgery from Dr. Scott Thompson.

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