Surgery: Current Research

ISSN - 2161-1076

Strategies for a successful rhinoplasty

Joint Event on International Conference on Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery & International Conference & Expo on Dermatopathology & Skin Care

August 31-September 01, 2018 | Toronto, Canada

Guillermina Ramirez Orozco

Sociedad Mexicana de Rinologia y Cirugia Plastica Facial A C, Mexico

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: Surgery Curr Res

Abstract :

Rhinoplasty is one of the most common procedures in facial surgery, and due to the delicate and complicated structure of the nose, it is also among the most difficult to carry out successfully. It involves a precise balance between shaping cartilage, bone, and soft tissue. However, those are not the only factors that affect the final result and even the convalescence of a patient. The surgical team organization, anesthesia and the methods used to handle all the tissues involved during the procedure are critical to the outcome. Post-surgery, the healing and tissue contracture may persist for up to a year (some authors would even say two years). Since the nose is the most prominent feature of the face, the skills and experience of the surgeon are extremely important in achieving success. Both the novice surgeon as well as the more experienced one must take care of key aspects of the surgery to successfully achieve both the functional and aesthetic objectives for the patient. Each case has its own challenges and requires a careful evaluation of the deformity preoperatively, and a clear understanding of the techniques available and most appropriate for correction. Every surgical operation is prone to complications. The only way to avoid the risk of such complications would be to not operate in the first place. A successful surgery requires a sequenced plan of action, together with a meticulous, uncompromising execution of the whole surgical event that gives protection to the surgical event.

Biography :

Guillermina Ramirez Orozco has her expertise and experience in complete evaluation of the nose; and bases her medical practice taking a holistic view of the patient. She sees the nose not only as a part of the respiratory tract but also as the center of the facial beauty; her surgical techniques ensure the patient adequate respiratory function in addition to seek a permanent aesthetic harmony. Never sacrifices the function by the beauty. Guillermina has been a professor of Otolaryngology and Rhinology in Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla and in the Universidad Popular Autonoma de Puebla for several years. She worked for public and private institutions for over 15 years, and has collaborated with the “Manual para el Examen Nacional de Residencias Medicas” a book edited by Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla. Her interests include teaching, Neuro-linguistic Programming, emotional intelligence, as well as accelerated learning techniques for all ages.