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meaty nose job What is meat nose surgery? Are nose surgeries different? Do we have different noses? How do we know what model our nose is? What is the percentage of changes in meat nose operation?

If you want to have complete information about the types of nose models, refer to the article on types of nose surgery.


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Why is it more difficult to operate a meaty nose?

Most people know that the size and shape of their nose is determined by the underlying structures of the nose. Therefore, rhinoplasty focuses on changing the shape of the skeleton and cartilage of the nose. However, if the nose has thick skin, the surgery is more difficult for the doctor to achieve the desired results.

If your skin is neither too thin nor too thick and has a smooth and healthy color, there will be no limit to the changes. On the other hand, if your skin is too thick or too thin, there may be limitations on the final result of rhinoplasty.

What can affect skin thickness?

The skin on your nose is thicker and has more collagen than the skin anywhere else on your body. Here are some factors that can affect skin thickness:

1. Genetics

The thickness of the skin on your nose is largely determined by your genetics/ethnicity.

2. old age

As you age, the elasticity of the skin decreases due to the loss of collagen and other factors such as sun damage and other forms of skin damage. As a result, you start to develop wrinkles and sagging skin on your face, including your nose.

3. Sun exposure

As you know, too much exposure to the sun can damage your skin, including the skin on your nose. The sun’s UV rays thin your skin, destroy collagen and elastin, and as a result lose elasticity and firmness. As the skin on your nose thins, you may notice wrinkles, blemishes, and sagging.

4. Scar wound

The skin on your nose can also lose thickness due to scarring from acne or other injuries.

In general, a fleshy nose is a nose that has a thick skin. Now the question arises:

Does thick skin affect rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty is the science and art of surgically reshaping the cartilage and bones of the nose to create the perfect nose you’ve always wanted. But many do not know that another integral physical factor in rhinoplasty is the thickness of the skin on your nose.

Globally, Eastern European or African people are more likely to have thicker skin. But in our own country, almost 29% of people have a fleshy nose or thick skin nose. In general, men’s noses have thicker skin than women’s. Thin skin can be caused by overexposure to the sun, genetics, and aging. Some medications may cause thinning of the skin.


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meaty nose job

What is the difference between the result of nose surgery and other noses?

How does skin thickness affect your rhinoplasty?
The thickness of your skin can determine the strategy adopted by your doctor during surgery and may affect the outcome. Thin and thick skin around the nose has its benefits and problems. A skilled surgeon like Dr. Hamidreza Rasti will take the time to assess the thickness of your skin before rhinoplasty in preparation for your procedure.

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Effects of thin skin

The thin skin will accurately reflect the bony and cartilage changes your surgeon is making. But there is a negative point in that the thin skin has the possibility of showing a small amount of the nose sutures. But with the drugs that Dr. Hamidreza Rasti prescribes after surgery, this problem is completely solved. When the skin is very thin, the surgeon must be very careful.

The two challenges for the surgeon are creating a smooth nasal bridge and creating a symmetrical nasal tip. The two challenges for the surgeon are creating a smooth nasal bridge and creating a symmetrical nasal tip. This has been proven to provide satisfactory results even for patients with paper-thin skin. This procedure involves removing tissue from the temporalis muscle and using it to create a symmetrical nose.

Effects of thick skin

Thicker skin hides any asymmetry or surgical problems, but may also hide changes to the nose. Patients with thicker skin sometimes have thicker nasal rims and wider nasal tips. These features make it more difficult to achieve nose tip correction.

The surgeon has options to make sure your nose looks the way you always wanted. The surgeon may shrink the nasal tip cartilage to achieve a satisfactory effect. The skin can also be stretched and thinned to improve its final appearance.

See more: How to have a good nose job?

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meaty nose job

Recovery of nose job

Rhinoplasty usually takes longer to heal. While thin skin rhinoplasty usually takes about six months to a year to heal, thick skin rhinoplasty patients usually take one to two years for the tip to fully heal.

Although every patient is different and every recovery process is different, many rhinoplasty patients with thick skin experience more swelling and for longer. If swelling persists, your surgeon may prescribe a steroid shot to help the healing process.

The good news is that thick skin rhinoplasty is no longer painful and should be manageable with prescribed pain medication. Early recovery milestones are the same. Thick skin rhinoplasty patients can return to work in about two weeks, and any retainers and splints are removed in the first week.

The best nose surgeon in Tehran
Both thin and thick skin rhinoplasty requires a skilled surgeon with experience and technique to create a smooth and symmetrical nose for his patient and is aware of the opportunities and problems of both skin types.

You can see examples of both types of skin surgery in the gallery section. You can also see examples of work on patients who have thick skin or very thin skin. Make sure your surgeon is board certified in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery and specializes exclusively in face and neck plastic surgery. Your surgeon must perform the surgery at an accredited hospital or surgical center.

Read more: Complications of nose surgery for the eyes

We hope you have received enough information about meat noses.

Also, Dr. Hamidreza Rasti is one of the best nasal surgeons in Iran.

If you still have questions after reading the articles, ask us in the comments section. The doctor and related technicians will answer you as soon as possible.