The closed rhinoplasty is regarded as the most common type of rhinoplasty that does not leave any external scars on the nose skin surface and all incisions are inside because the surgery is done inside the structure of the nose in a less-invasive way. However, the surgeon has no direct vision of the internal structure of the nose that can be regarded as a disadvantage of this method.
The open rhinoplasty is more suitable for those who want extra works to do on the nose. The incisions are done in the columella area on the skin between the nostrils. So, the open rhinoplasty is proposed if the direct vision to the internal structure of nose is required. The incisions and scars and swelling on the skin surface is regarded as the only disadvantage of the procedure.
The Filler Rhinoplasty is a less common non-surgical procedure. It can be done by a dermatologist, cosmetic surgeon, physician assistant and also a general plastic surgeon. In this procedure, there will not be any incision and an injectable filler is used to modify a slight imperfection of the nose. However, this procedure includes some disadvantages such as it is regarded as a temporary treatment since the filler will absorb into the skin and the scars may leave permanently. In addition, due to necrosis of the nasal skin, the filler may obstruct the vessels.
Actually, the revision rhinoplasty is done to correct the unpleasant results of the primary rhinoplasty. The major results for revision rhinoplasty are considered due to the nose’s appearance or breathing difficulties after the previous surgery.
In the following we will concentrate on two of these problems: nasal polyps and sinusitis in details.