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Is there a risk of arterial embolism with non surgical nose reshaping?

Is there a risk of arterial embolism with non surgical nose reshaping?

Yes, but low: Yes but the riks is low. Some feel the use of blunt cannulae may diminish this risk. ...Read more

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Dr. Gary Sandler
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Artery (Definition)

Arteries are defined as blood vessels which carry blood away from the heart (to either the body or lungs). Arteries: higher pressure, thicker walls, stretch (pulse) with each heart contraction & deliver blood to the arterioles which control the flow to individual capillaries. Veins are blood vessels which carry blood from capillaries back to the heart (body to right heart; ...Read more


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Will an MRI show if you have arterial embolism in your brain ?

Will an MRI show if you have arterial embolism in your brain ?

NO: The MRI will show you the damage to the brain from that arterial embolism, a mr angiogram can show you the blocked vessel, but the vessel has to be a large vessel to be within the sensitivity of the mr. You may get better visualization from ct angiography, but again, this is only good for large vessels.Only conventional angiography will show smaller vessels, this study has specific indications. ...Read more

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2 months post fasciotomy r.t. ulnar arterial embolism. partial amputation of R. 4th and 5th digits. Pain is still very bad esp. neuropathy What to do?

2 months post fasciotomy r.t. ulnar arterial embolism. partial amputation of R. 4th and 5th digits. Pain is still very bad esp. neuropathy What to do?

Gabapentin : Gabapentin for pain modulation can be very helpful for this kind of pain and is best when started early. There are also compounded pain creams that can help. Make sure someone is thinking of a complication called RSD. A competent pain medicine specialist should be involved. ...Read more

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Could you explain what does nose-job-nose-reshaping-surgery involve?

Could you explain what does nose-job-nose-reshaping-surgery involve?

Very customized: You really need to see a plastic surgeon who does rhinoplasty surgery (not all do). He/she will assess your airway/breathing and what you like/don't like about your nose. What you need depends very much on your skin, nose shape, ethnicity, and cosmetic desires. Small incisions may be required on columella, around nostrils, and within the nose. Suture +/- cartillage grafts under skin of nose. ...Read more

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What is the best hospital for rhinoplasty(nose reshaping) & liposuction surgery in bangalore, india and by which doctor ?

What is the best hospital for rhinoplasty(nose reshaping) & liposuction surgery in bangalore, india and by which doctor ?

No idea: But there are excellent hospitals in utah! i would not endorse overseas plastic surgery secondary to patient safety issues and hospital cleanliness issues that do not occur in the us because of regulations. ...Read more

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If artefill is permanent non surgical nose surgery than how come it only lasts 18 months?

If artefill is permanent non surgical nose surgery than how come it only lasts 18 months?

Should last longer: The PMMA component of Artefill is not broken down by the body and stays in the skin. However, Artefill Non Surgical Rhinoplasty is performed in 3 to 5 sessions, spaced 6 weeks apart. One session is not enough. After doing hundreds of these procedures, I think that some people's collagen building reaction around the PMMA can fade partially over time. These people just need a touch up treatment. ...Read more

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How expensive is a non surgical nose job?

Varies: If you are talking about using dermal fillers then it should be somewhere between $600 and $1200 a syringe. However this dosent last and in a year or so you will be back to baseline or near it. A regular rhinoplasty may be a better fit. ...Read more

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I just had a rhinoplasty 3 months ago. When can I have a non surgical nose job?

I just had a rhinoplasty 3 months ago. When can I have a non surgical nose job?

Rhinoplasty: It's a little strange to want nonsurgical rhinoplasty after having rhinoplasty. You are still early after surgery so you should give your nose time to fully heal before deciding to pursue other interventions. ...Read more

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Could non-surgical rhinoplasty make a nose upturned?

It is possible: but less effective and more temporary. I'd be worth a consult with a plastic surgeon ...Read more

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Non surgical nose job, how effective is this?

Non surgical nose job, how effective is this?

Great for short term: This will not make a nose smaller but is a great option for short term correction of relatively mild irregularities ...Read more

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Should I get a non-surgical nose job now or in 2 years?

Should I get a non-surgical nose job now or in 2 years?

Won't last that long: Most injectable fillers last from 6-18 months. Timing is general not an issue unless your nose is growing (less than 18) or following recent trauma. Make sure you see an experienced surgeon. ...Read more

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How much does non-surgical nose job involve (artefill filler)?

Artefill nose job: The cost will be based on the amount of filler used (# of syringes used). I would strongly discourage you from having this procedure done. Artefill has pmma particles that remain in the area injected and cannot be removed, if you are unhappy with the result or you have a reaction to the filler there may not be much you can do about it. ...Read more

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How much should a non-surgical nose job cost (artefill filler)?

How much should a  non-surgical nose job cost (artefill filler)?

Liquid rhinoplasty: A liquid rhinoplasty is not a permanent procedure and using such products in the nose is an off label use. the cost varies by surgeon and location and product. It can vary also by the amount of product you need. Be sure to have your nose evaluated by a board certified facial plastic and reconstruction surgeon. ...Read more

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My nose is quite crooked from frequent nose blowing (allergies) and pressing harder on one side. Is there a non-surgical way to correct this?

My nose is quite crooked from frequent nose blowing (allergies) and pressing harder on one side. Is there a non-surgical way to correct this?

No great solution.: The best way is still surgical correction. Absnet that , you may try using BreatheRight nasal strip to pull the nasal wall away from the septum . However until Channel or Gucci gives this device a brand recognition along with a high price tag, it probably should not be used in pubiic area. ...Read more

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Can you tell me if artefill is permanent non surgical nose surgery than how come it only lasts 18 month and not forever?

Not Permanent: Artefill is not a permanent augmentation filler, and cannot maintain the permanent contours. Some use this, usually because they do not offer the correct rhinoplasty option in their training or experience. I would consult a cosmetic or plastic surgeon to look at full option for attaining contour changes of the nose. ...Read more

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Are there non-surgical procedures to fix my deviated nasal septum?

Are there non-surgical procedures to fix my deviated nasal septum?

No : You have a mechanical [as opposed to physiologic] obstruction. This is correctable only with surgery. ...Read more

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I wake up often with blocked para nasal passages, obstucting breathing,taking fluticasone and azalestine daily,any other non surgical solutions pls?

I wake up often with  blocked  para nasal passages, obstucting breathing,taking fluticasone and azalestine daily,any other non surgical solutions pls?

See an allergist: If you have access to one, it seems that you have lower airways affection as well,possible that you have allergy to indoors element, or indoor pollution is triggering your already inflamed airways causing such symptoms. Allergy proof your place to start with: avoid pets, dust collecting material,smokers,kill mold, etc..,saline nasal washes daily,continue your meds till you get to see an allergist ...Read more

Dr. Roger Friedenthal
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Nose Reshaping (Definition)

Nose reshaping (rhinoplasty) is a cosmetic surgery procedure in which a person's nose is operated on by a plastic surgeon to make the nose more to the person's liking. Sometimes, rhinoplasty is done to correct a deviated nasal septum, but the usual reason for the surgery is cosmetic, such as to fix a bump on the bridge of the nose or to ...Read more


Dr. Julie Abbott
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Embolus (Definition)

Usually a blood clot that migrates from one area of the body to another. Most commonly a clot from a leg vein to the lung . It can also pertain to a clot, or atheromatous material that moves from one segment to another, such as cholesterol material in a carotid lesion moving into the ...Read more