Rhinoplasty (Photo will coming soon)
The Rhinoplasty procedure is among our most popular at aiai, as well as being one of the most intricate. I’ve always told my patients that plastic surgery, and specifically aesthetic surgery, is still very much surgery, and as such, should be treated absolutely seriously, and not undertaken lightly. Read on to discover the benefits and possible side effects of a Rhinoplasty.
Face Lift ( Photo will coming soon)
This procedure, like all others we perform at aiai, is still a surgical procedure, and inherently demands a high level of responsibility, ethics, and knowledge from the entire surgical team. We’re in the business of delivering high quality results and highly satisfied patients who will go on to lead a better and more confident life after their Face Lift.
Preparation: Pictures were taken. Patient was sedated with valium. Eyes cornea was covered with ophthalmic ointment to avoid irritation by antiseptic solution to clean the face. Patient was draped in usual manner in sterile condition, was monitored by pulse oxymetry
Procedure: The chin is marked and drawn, giving the estimated size of pocket necessary to be underminded to fit the size of chin implant. The desired size and shape of the implant is sculptured. The local anesthesia is performed with 1-2% lidocaine with 1/200.000 epinephrine by local injection and or local blocking, of mental nerves. The introral vertical incision of 1.5cm is made through the mucosa and the midline of the mentalis musculature to the inferior border of the mandible. The tunnel is created by the elevator along the inferior border of the mandible, staying very far away from the mental nerves bilaterally, The implant is inserted in the correct and desired position. The elevator is used to sweep under the implant and detect any folding of the implant. The musculature is approximated over the implant with interrupted 3-0 chronic suture and the mucosa is re-approximated in a similar fashion. Routine post- operative care is given.