Nose and Aristocrat Surgery

Nose and Aristocrat Surgery

Nose and Aristocrat Surgery

Nose and Aristocrat Surgery

Grand’s Nose + Aristocrat Surgery is to give three-dimension to the centre
of the face through nose surgery and to give the volume to the face
in the case of that surrounding areas of nose and lips are more flat
than the surrounding areas of maxilla. This surgery shows the effect
in looking the mouth not protruded as well as looking younger.
Through Nose + Aristocrat Surgery which is the combination
of nose surgery and aristocrat surgery.
For a voluminous facial line,

Improvement in facial balance,
Defined centre of the face (cheeks, nose and perioral region)
And a modish facial impression.
When nasolabial folds are deep, the face seems look older
with the mouth looking protruded.
Nasolabial folds place near the nose being sunken.
In the case of protruding mouth,
the sunken areas make you look older.
In Asians, a number of people have flat face caused by sunken
parts near the nose and the protruded mouth. When Aristocrat
surgery is conducted for the sunken parts near the nose,
facial impression will become softer as well as modify the face
dimensionally.

Elegant face in three-dimension

Flat face will look three-dimensional and lively. Young and elegant looks will also be shown.

A customized implant production

After analysis of an individuals’ face including the bone structure, the muscles quantity and soft tissues
, a customized implant will be made for more natural and satisfactory result.

Improvements in nasolabial folds and protruded mouth at the same time

Nasolabial folds makes your mouth looking protruded with saggy skin near the nose. There is another occasion that nasolabial folds are generated simultaneously with the protruded mouth. Either case can be corrected by aristocrat surgery.

The effect in young looking face and smaller-looking face

Aristocrat surgery is to pull up the saggy skin and to give the volume for rejuvenating face in smaller-looking face.
It is a surgery that makes low nose profile augmented
dimensionally, which makes facial impression defined.
Aristocrat surgery with nose surgery modifies sunken
nasolabial folds into voluminous ones and shows the
effect of rejuvenating face. Methods of the surgery are
implant insertion, fat grafting and petit for correcting
nasolabial folds.

Nose and Aristocrat Surgery

A solid implant such as Gore-Tex, silicon or Medpore is inserted through the incision made intraorally.
It is effective in improvement of sunken parts at the centre of the face as it is the modification
of facial structure rather than simple supplementation.
In the case of using autolougos fat, the range of surgical parts can be widening.
It is also possible to do a customized design for delicate procedure. Furthermore,
it is able to perform the procedure on under eyes as well as nasolabial folds without adverse effect and
to make natural facial contouring.
The use of petit is suitable to the case
of that nasolabial folds are not sunken
badly. Above all, the effect can be
shown as soon as the procedure done.
Moreover, there is an advantage
that it is possible to return to normal
daily activities right after the procedure
since no scars and swelling remain
after the procedure.
However, the effect of petit does not
last forever so additional procedure is
required in few years.

Nose and Aristocrat Surgery

For nose bridge- we use Gore-Tex and artificial silicon
For nose tip- we use autologous cartilage from nasal septum and ear
(Different type of material can be used depending on the nose shape and thickness of the skin)
By using petit we will make nose to look naturally high without any incision in a short time.
During petit procedure, the amount and depth of injecting will differentiate in the absorption
which experienced plastic surgery specialist should consult with you first and get the procedure done for you.
With Grand, we give subtle difference of 1mm to indulge you with a natural beautiful look.
Right after the surgery, it is helpful to apply an ice-pack continuously till swelling gets subsided
After the surgery, you may have bruises and swelling that are shown differently to each patient. When sleeping, avoid putting the
head down or lying upside down. 2-3 soft pillows are useful in reducing swelling and pain while sleeping.
After the surgery, nosebleeds for about 2days possibly occur. When it does, gently wipe out the bleeds with clean tissue.
After the surgery, tapes should keep attached on till a material used in nose surgery gets settled down onto a right place.
(Do not take them off intentionally)
After the surgery, avoid drinking or smoking for at least 3-4weeks since they cause delaying
After the surgery, avoid blowing nose, and do not wear glasses or sunglasses for a month.
Major swelling gets subsided from nose bridge area after one week, and then minor swelling will still remain onto glabellas and
nose tip. However, a degree of minor swelling will be shown differently to each patient.
Avoid going for sauna or hot spring for at least 3weeks.

Right after the surgery, it is helpful to apply an ice-pack continuously till swelling gets subsided
After the surgery, you may have bruises and swelling that are shown differently to each patient. When sleeping,
avoid putting the head down or lying upside down. 2-3 soft pillows are useful in reducing swelling and pain while sleeping.
After petit insertion, aggressive facial wash should be avoided. Sauna and heavy exercise should also be avoided
for more than 7days.
After petit insertion, incision will be made intraorally. To prevent an intraoral infection or inflammation,
cleaning mouth through gargling should be done right after having a meal.
After the procedure, avoid drinking or smoking for 4 weeks since they cause delaying scar healing
After the procedure, avoid hitting by any objects in recovery period.

After the procedure, swelling occurs in everyone

but the degree of it shows differently according to individual’s physical constitution.

*Please note: In regards to before and after photos on this site, results may vary depending on each patient's individual case.*